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Situated in the Hotel Bayerischer Hof, the Night Club hosts popular jazz gigs every evening, where big names such as Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock perform alongside newcomers. This elegant but dimly-lit establishment, which is located in the basement, is usually jammed full on the weekends with well-dressed hotel guests and Munich jazz enthusiasts. Albeit highly priced, the club promises an unforgettable experience.
Pumping beats and the psychedelic vibe is sure to get even those with two left feet on the floor. And the crowd you will find here is as happening and sensational as the club itself. One of the best in not just Munich alone, Rote Sonne sees a line-up of the coolest artists, bands and DJs; so, whether you are a party animal or music maniac, this place is totally for you.
If you want to party hard in Maxvorstadt, then make a trip to Bob Beaman Music Club. This swanky club/music venue is a local favorite when it comes to excellent DJs from different parts of the country. Though dance parties are their forte, Bob Beaman Music Club also features the occasional live music performance. The club is open Friday and Saturday and plays host to a huge crowd of party lovers from across the city.
Munich's oldest jazz club has been at home in the enormous vaulted cellar of a former brewery since 1998. It continues to attract the best international acts, and is popular with enthusiasts, connoisseurs and pretty much anyone who loves music. Unterfahrt has to be one of the most important venues in the city and one of Europe's most famous jazz clubs. Simple pasta dishes are served at reasonable prices, and the service is friendly and efficient. There are jam sessions by local bands and artists featured here on a daily basis. One of the most popular venues in town, this place is a hit with people of all ages.
If music runs through your veins and pumping beats set you free then head to where all the party animals go - Grinsekatze der Club. Easy to find, this club comes to life after dark when the DJs and artists take over, and the dance floor attracts even those with two left feet. Libations flow endlessly and the upbeat atmosphere ensures long nights of fun and mixing. For current and upcoming schedules check out the website.
Zum Jennerwein attracts a variety of punters with a high proportion of middle-aged rockers and other alternative types. Most weekends the beer flows to the sounds of rare international hardcore, punk and crossover and house and techno. Food is not exactly Jennerwein's strong point, but the draught beer is always fresh. All in all, this is a good pub attracting a rough-looking but amicable clientèle. Check the website for a list of daily performers and shows.
This pub, bar, club and concert venue for punk and other left-of-center happenings has acquired legendary status. Customers of all ages can enjoy substantial food and drink from the set menu. Since its opening it has seen over 1000 bands perform live to a packed audience. Fridays feature oldie rock and grunge from DJane Cloat; Saturday is funk and soul night. Substanz plays host to Munich's one and only Poetry Slam nearly every second Sunday of the month. It also rents out space for private parties to groups.
Strom is a haunt for music lovers, locals, and tourists alike. The place is pulsating with energetic, live performances and cheers almost every week, making it one of the most popular places to visit when in the city. The venue is graced with impeccable acoustics that ensures a memorable experience while the stage is decked up at its dramatic best after following the theme of every performance. The place is equipped with a full bar to keep patrons in high spirits throughout the concert, and the bartenders are generous with their pours.
The Rattlesnake Saloon is a pioneer in the German country music scene. The venue first opened in 1985 and provides a platform for all professional and semi-professional country bands. Sometimes even real Americans appear as well! The program is varied: besides country and western, there is bluegrass, Cajun, zydeco, hillbilly, even rock and sixties surfer music. Tuesdays and Wednesdays are dance evenings (with live bands), Fridays and Saturdays are for all Munich's young-at-heart lonesome riders, desperadoes and cowboys/girls.