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Waranga is one of Stuttgart's most popular meeting places. It offers a sunny terrace equipped with awnings, plants, loungers and comfortable daybeds for that genuine relaxing feeling. The club, with its tranquil atmosphere, attracts all kinds of guests. This is an ideal place to relax with your friends after a hectic day at work. The club organizes events and plays of all kinds of music, thus making it a hot spot for all revelers. The Waranga Club Lounge is also rented out for parties, business events, presentations or private parties.
After a long, hard week at work, when you need a stress buster, visiting Schräglage is the perfect choice. The in-house DJs spin some cool music. They also have some live events and musical events to ensure that there is no monotony. Take a drink and dance the night away to the tunes of the DJ. When tiredness catches up to you, you can go to the terrace and indulge yourself in the great food there. Time to let you hair down and have fun.
Opened in 2006, BIX Jazzclub reverberates with the swinging sounds of jazz. The club encourages jazz music in every form and from everywhere. There are live music shows and performances by jazz musicians here, besides other events to look forward to regularly.
This club has been a fixture in the gay and lesbian scene of Stuttgart for over 20 years. The atmosphere is very relaxed, and everyone, gay or straight, attached or single, will feel welcome and at ease. The decor is fashionable in a retro-style, and there are neat little tables to sit at when you want a break from the dance floor. The style of music, spun by DJ Mark, varies considerably, depending on the night and the hour.
Club Schocken, located in the center of Stuttgart, is a hot spot for nightlife lovers. The club organizes different events and also plays host to social gatherings all year round. It also provides a stage for DJs and live bands.
This club has gone through a couple of revisions and name changes in recent years, but is now well ensconced as ProTon, as the many painted representations of the positively charged particle which adorn the walls will remind party-goers. Positively charged too is the crowd, which is generally young, and moves until dawn to a featured mix of trance, house, techno, and, increasingly, hip-hop. Of special note, there is a cool video wall on which chunks of movies or videos are spliced together in a way that always seems appropriate given the music.
The 7grad lounge opened for the first time in 2005 offering the best in entertainment. It presents mixed music and house/electro and is one of the simple yet chic bars in the Theodor-Heuss-Strasse. The lounge consists of a large space with excellent other worldly interiors and lighting. Make sure that you are dressed in your best so as not to feel out of place among some of the city's most beautiful party people.
This club has been in action on Stuttgart's Killesberg since 1980, when it kicked off the "two clubs in one location" trend that now dominates Stuttgart. The large dance floor typically is playing house and techno, and in the smaller club hip-hop, rap and classic rock can usually be heard. The entire location itself is very well designed and has been continuously updated through the years so that it always has a fresh and modern impression. One important thing: be sure to come appropriately dressed (that is, a little bit fancy) if you want to get in the door without trouble.
In Stuttgart-Heslach, the Buddha Lounge Red Mandarin offers an exceptionally stylish ambiance on an area of over 2000 square meters. Canopied beds from India, and Asian serenity invite guests to stay and enjoy themselves for a while. On Saturdays the Buddha Lounge turns into a vibrant party space with some of the coolest people stopping by. Don't be surprised to find yourself rubbing shoulders with a local celebrity here. This is the place to be until the early hours of morning!
Translated from German, the "LKA" in the name of this establishment means Longhorn Cultural Exchange. Originally opened in 1984 as a country and western bar, the place was usually packed with Americans. After the withdraw of US military forces during the 1990s, however, the concept had to be changed and the cultural exchange was born. It is now a disco and concert hall with a mixed program. Amateur nights devoted to promoting local talent, classic oldies night with music from the 70s and 80s and grunge, alternative, industrial and freestyle nights fill the calendar almost every night of the week.