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NIGHT & MUSIC CLUBS
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Crowd: Very varied, from partly fashion industry leaches to seriously "lost'' clubbers. It depends on the DJs, the theme and the mood. None of the mullets you might associate with the former Eastern Block, but an elaborately decorated club with lots of little alcoves for chilling in. The saturday night packs out with beautiful women and their beaux. This is how much they love it. The club was packed and the sewers backed up, recalls Radost's spokesman. There was shit all over the club nobody wanted to leave.
web address: www.radostfx.cz (Their home page is pretty cool and informative so check it out!)
Entry fee: $1.5 before 10pm; $2 after 10pm (minimum age: 16)
This music club has four floors and on each floor is situated a different club with a different music style. Thus everybody can chose his favorite one. There are alltogether four clubs (four floors)-MCM CAFE, PARADOGS, KALEIDOSKOP, DISCOTHEQUE for which you pay only one entry fee. Sometimes you must pay an extra one for entering Paradogs when there is some special programm.
Crowd: The typical visitor of this club is between 16 and 22. Usually there is maybe even more for foreigners than local people. If you are Italian, German, Spanish, French, Russian you can be sure you'll find someone from your country to chat with or maybe more. Typical cloth: cargo, baggy pants, T-shirt....nothing special.
music: life concerts, jazz, band revivals, rock
editor: Missing the atmosphere of a reall rock club or smaller clubs. If you want to go to a rock club then Lucerna music bar or Futurum are much better choices
music: dance, songs from the 80's and 90's, life DJ
editor: If you like discotheque then you might go there, but don't expect any miracles. The bier is nasty there, too.
music: some great and famous DJ's are performing there, ( Djs Geer, James, Kavalier, Dan Cooley, Bidlo, Lumier, Gael; techno, trance,electronic music, drum'n'bass- comparable to Roxy
editor: Definitely the best of all four. Chose the right day and you won't feel any remorse for the money you paid. If you are a clubber, then don't forget there are more clubs like this worth of seeing.
music: dance, best of 70's or 80's
editor: quite interesting interior, good sound, but still if you are above 20 it won't be any fun for you hopping there among all those teenagers
editor: This club hasn't done any big expression on me, except there are many drug users, a lot of smoke inside, you have to wait for a drink a great deal of time when it's crowded and I would doubt it has any airconditioning. Unless you are a club sweeper, it's not a place to go.
address: Dlouha 33, Praha 1, (nearest underground station is Namesti Republiky)
hours: 9pm- ..?..
music: house, techno, drum'n'bass...
crowd: You got to taste it yourself!
editor: In my humble opinion the best music club in Prague. The most famous, best DJs, great capacity, fine service, friendly staff, cool video projection, what else to say?
www address: www.roxy.cz
address: Vodickova 36, Praha 1, ( Nearest underground stations are Mustek and Museum)
entry fee: $2 ( for a concert)
music: This is both a night bar and a konzert hall. About three or four times a week there perform popular, mainly Czech music bands such as Mig 21, Mnaga a Zdorp ( pop), Divokej Bill (county-rock) or some blues bands. Once a week there is 80's party- DJ Jirka Neumann. These performances start at about 9pm and last till short before midnight.
crowd: you can wear whatever you want, people are usually very friendly, no age border
editor: I like the atmosphere, the service is pretty fast even if it is crowded, it's not that large so you are pretty close to the performers. If you want to get in touch with Czech contemporary rock or pop music scene this place is recommended. You might welcome the separated bar, too. Don't worry to send your kids there. Drug level is none or minimal.
address: Zborovska 7, Praha 5, ( Nearest underground stations is Andel)
entry fee: $2-4
music: This is same as Lucerna- both a night bar and a konzert hall. Performing some of the most popular Czech bands; ( Tri sestry, Kabat, etc) Twice a week 80's and 90's party- Dj Jirka Neumann and DJ Roman Pluhar
crowd: friendly, no age border
editor: This place was lately renovated so its interior is very nice and pleasant
address: Narodni 20, Praha 1, ( Nearest underground stations is Narodni Trida)
phone: 02 24914416
hours: mo-fri (10pm-3am); sat-sun (9pm-3am)
entry fee: $2 (discount if you have ISIC, ITIc or GO25)
music: some nice life konzerts, revival bands, DJ Murphy- residential DJ
crowd: nothing special
editor: it is a larger three story complex ( a konzert hall, three bars; music store; art gallery; cinema; internet cafe-80czk/h,126/kb); medium prizes ( bier about 24,-), the entry fee gives you 15 free min.of Internet and free movies, nice place to relax, but not for heavy drinkers or clubbers
web address: www.rockcafe.cz
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