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Lucerna Music Bar is one of the most popular music club in Prague. Without exaggeration we can say that every band that either wanted a more intimate space, where it has closer contact with the audience or who has not such a reputation to sell out the hall for thousands of fans but is still very popular, featured here (for example Earth, Wind & Fire, Maceo Parker, Candy Dulfer, Brand New Heavies, Incognito, Hiram Bullock, John Scofield, US3, and many others). In addition to concerts of prominent Czech and foreign bands, 80’s & 90’s parties are held here regularly every Friday and Saturday.
Rock Cafe is now one of Prague’s legendary clubs. Location in the center of Prague at the Narodni avenue and diversity of the cultural program attracts many visitors. As the name suggests, the club serves particularly for concerts of rock bands. But rich program also complement the exhibitions, screenings and theatre performances.
If you were in Prague and somehow didn’t visit Roxy, then you have missed out on one of the cities cultural landmarks. Legendary Roxy club, that is celebrating it´s 20th anniversary this year, is one of the leading music venues in Prague since it opened in 1992. Right after the Velvet revolution, in the heady days of the early 90s here in „wild wild east”, it became THE place where the Czech club scene was born and where it continues to grow.
La Fabrika was built by joining of two Holešovice factory buildings from the early twentieth century. Currently, this resort is a multi-purpose space, which held concerts, exhibitions, film screenings, acrobatic performances and last but not least, quality theater. Quality dramaturgy and industrial origin of the interior, which gives the place a special charm, makes this place more and more popular.
Cross Club, which is spread on several floors of an apartment building near the railway station Holesovice, is a unique futuristic Prague club. It consists of cafe, gallery, small cinema, where the films of emerging filmmakers are screened, and of music club. The area of the club is incredibly elaborated in detail. Every corner has been given an extreme care. Even if you do not like electronic music or alternative films this place is worth the visit.
Club 007 also called “Seven” and located within halls of residence at Strahov hill is one of the longest-serving music club in Prague. After the demise of Bunkr Club, the club is the only place that gives a concert space to progressive music. The club’s domain are the musical genres of punk, ska, indie, rock and metal. In recent years, Seven ranks among the most active music clubs. it’s not unusual to see an evening with two or more concerts of bands from all over the world.
Chapeau Rouge is a music club that ranks among the biggest in Prague. On three floors of newly renovated apartment building, visitors can drink in one of four bars and listen to music of one of three stages. Every day, you can meet here with DJs and bands that are playing until the early morning hours. Besides music, you can also find there other forms of culture such as theater, multimedia projects or even art in Chapeau Rouge’s window gallery called Fenester.
Much like the ultra-chic clubs located in New York City’s meat packing district, SaSaZu’s structure once too was home to an old fashion slaughter house. Today SaSaZu’s structure has been transformed into a state of the art complex with stunning sound and lights. But what would lighting and sound be without the right Top Acts? Since it’s opening in 2009, SaSaZu has been host to big names such as Macy Gray, Lily Allen, Kosheen, Paul Van Dyk, Fedde Le Grande, Eric Morillo and many more. When legendary names are not performing here, we bring you the hottest weekend parties in town. No other club host the kind of parties we do, we guarantee it! When it’s business time, SaSaZu’s gigantic complex also accommodates the largest corporate parties. We are proud to be a one of kind venue, just like Prague is a one of a kind city.
MeetFactory which was founded in 2001 is an exeptional space that is offering contemporary art, theater, film, music and educational programs to its visitors.
MeetFactory consists of gallery, theatre and highly equipped music hall where are held concerts of bands from independent scene. Theatre dramaturgy is focused on the political dimension of the theater and the role of technology in our lives.
Palac Akropolis with the number of nearly a thousand of cultural events per year ranks among the most active cultural institutions in Prague. Akropolis offers the space to music, theater, visual arts and even to film. Dramaturgy of the club focuses primarily on independent culture and on the culture on the edge of the mainstream. Since its establishment Palác Akropolis have been presenting domestic interprets and also foreign stars from many fields of musical and theatre scene.
Potrvá accomodates a cafe, a small theatre and a club. It is located near Hradcanska in the calm area of Dejvice out of busy streets. Maybe its location makes this place very nice and cozy. Its intimate summer garden can be considered as one of the best in Prague. In addition to good coffee there is a rich cultural program. On the agenda are theatre plays, concerts, projections, lectures, exhibitions and other cultural events.
Café V lese, which is located just a few tram stops from the Míru square, combines a cafe, clubhouse and alternative club. Café in the company’s name is rather misleading. People do not come here for coffee. They came here because of the unique atmosphere which is created by its visitor and by the Brussels-style interior.
Club, café and gallery called Tiskárna is located in a unique space of the former publishing house, which was built in the 19th century. It was opened to the public relatively recently on 30 November 2012. Since then it has served mainly to unique parties, exhibitions of young art and to concerts of good music.
Jazzboat is a cruise ship, which sail accompanied by Czech jazz bands on the Vltava river every day in the evenings from 8:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. In addition to music, it is possible to enjoy scenery of Prague by night or food from local cuisine. It should be noted, that the Jazz Boat targets rather foreigners, so it is rather expensive affair for the Czechs.
Illusion Club is relatively new club on the map of Prague’s nightlife. It is located in the space of former Vinohrady cinema Illusion. In the recent time, it undergone extensive refurbishment, which equipped the space with modern technology such as TV wall and lighting dance floor.
Popocafepetl Club, located at Újezd in Prague, is a cozy club, which is visited mostly by students. Programme of the club consists of the concerts of mainly Czech bands and of wild friday parties. At least once a month, the club wants to offer an exclusive performances of foreign bands.
360° Bar & Lounge is located in the city center close to the famous Wenceslas Square. It offers a unique revolving bar, modern funky design and friendly service. If you get tired in the evening, there is a kinect in the Playroomu.
Bold and off-beat theatre and dance performances, art exhibitions, audiovisual events and a café - all in one!
A place to be when you want to learn about the Prague arts community. A specific place in the centre of Prague which creates conditions for an artistic and social experiment through four independent dramaturgies – Teatro NoD, NoLab, Gallery NoD and Events NoD that make a significant contribution to the Czech cultural platform.
Café NoD is a place where you have always felt comfortable. It offers great coffee and delicious meals from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day!
Duplex club is preparing very exclusive parties right in the middle of the city Prague. Duplex club offers unforgettable view from the Duplex terraces, amazing decorations, very sexy dancers and great music on two stages all night long! Even Mick Jagger has chosen Duplex club to celebrate his 60th birthday. There were playing also a lot of the world famous DJ’s, like Tiesto, Bob Sinclair, David Guetta, or Junior Sanchez and many more.
Bily Konicek is a restaurant and jazz and blues club, which is located in one of the oldest houses on the Old Town Square in Prague. The vast Romanesque cellars from 12th century hosted the first concert in November 2009 after nearly four-years of renovations. The air-conditioned, non-smoking area with quality sound system offers a fantastic cultural experience. It should be noted, that not entirely cheap.
Motoraj club which is located in a suburban part of Prague, is since its foundation dedicated to fans of hard music and to lovers of motorcycles. During its existence, the club held the hundreds of concerts of either starting or already for a long time existing amateur bands mostly from the vicinity of Prague.
The Club of the Občanská Plovárna is from the architectural point of view an extraordinary place. Two floors of this listed building are created by galleries and embrace the space utilizable as a dance floor, stage for various performances or other activities, all located by the Vltava River and viewing the Prague Old Town with the central part created by the glassed-in display windows which are open in Summer. Each floor offers richly supplied bar and there is at your disposal also a lounge/VIP area. An excellent sound system, our own DJ installation and light equipment changes every weekend this charming place into a pulsing music club.
Futurum Music Bar is modern but not snobbish club, located on the ground floor of the National House at Smíchov. In addition to the regular 80’s & 90’s party which are held every Friday and Saturday night, club offers mainly rock concerts of small popular Czech and foreign bands.
Nová Chmelnice is relatively recently opened club, which follows the tradition of popular club Exit Chmelnice. Dramaturgy of the club consists mainly of live rock concerts and the regular Friday and Saturday parties. The capacity of the club is from 70 to 300 people depending on the type of an event.
Lucky Lucky is a relatively new club on the map of Prague’s nightlife. It is located in the former club called Gox in the area of Smichov district. Its interior is very rugged and has a total capacity for about 400 people.
Retro Music Hall, which is located near the Míru square, is one of the most popular and most visited dance club in Prague. It has a multi-functional space with a total area of eleven hundred square meters, which are adaptable to the needs of concerts, dance parties and other events.
Kuře v hodinkách is restaurant and the club located in Prague’s Žižkov. Its name is derived from the legendary cult album of Czech band Flamengo. Whole space, which is decorated with one of the largest collections of Czech and foreign vinyl covers, can accommodate about a hundred of music enthusiasts.
Kastan is one of the few club facilities in Prague, which prefers the experiment and new forms of projects, including the latest media. At the same time, club is not giving up of the traditional forms of artistic creation, which may be the opposite of modern technology. Kastan is trying to create an open space where you can meet with the culture every day and which will attract the widest possible audience, regardless of age or focus.
Malostranská beseda is the late Renaissance building, located on the Lesser Town Square in the heart of Mala Strana. For a long time it was in a desolate state but after a costly renovation, which ran from 2006 – 2009, it regains its lost luster. On several floors of a historic building, visitors can experience several forms of culture. There are a music club, theatre, gallery, restaurant, pub and cafe.
Wakata Club, which is located near Letná Square in Prague 7, ranks among the smaller clubs in Prague, which benefits from its special atmosphere and alternative interior. Every night you can meet here Czech and also foreign DJs which are playing electronic music from jungle and drum’n’bass to funky.
Jazz Republic Club ranks among the newest jazz clubs in Prague. In its multifunctional space it provides a place especially for the concerts of jazz, funk, blues, world music, acid jazz, R & B and Latino. Jazz Republic is also a gallery oriented to poster design and music photography.
Club Mlejn is the cultural center of Prague’s district Stodůlky, but its importance goes beyond the boundaries of this area. Its history began in 1988 and since then it is one of the landmarks on the map of folk and rock scene. Apart of concerts the program also consists of acrobatic performances and other cultural and educative events.
Jazz club and restaurant Jazz Time is located close to Wenceslas Square in Krakovská street. It ranks among the largest jazz clubs in Prague which offers two floors. In at least one of the floor there is jazz music without any entrance fee.
Reduta has become a legendary jazz club in Prague since its inception in 1957. It has hosted the best Czechoslovak jazz musicians and many foreign guests during its history. Thanks to its fame Reduta became a popular center of artistic intelligence, and for a long time it played a role in integrating very rich spectrum of Prague’s cultural life.
Current dramaturgy set Reduta and Pragokoncert into a new qualitatively different light – the artistic concept is consciously committing to tradition, along with their new projects they want to become what they’ve long been – a place of clever humor, timeless music and especially intellectual entertainment.
Zephyr Club is created and adapted for people living in the city who are looking for and want something different. It combines the areas setkávacího, work and entertainment. On the map of culture and entertainment and occupies a position as a music club, restaurant, bar and gallery. – Translated by Google Translate
Agharta Jazz Center as its name suggests, is a Prague jazz club, which bears its name after the core album of Miles Davis, one of the innovators of modern jazz. The club is not only connected with Miles through the album name but also with the date of Miles’s death. The club was founded the day after the death of this great jazzman.
In addition to jazz and blues concerts, club Agharta entered the subconscious of people thanks to its trade with jazz items, and mainly thanks to the organizing yearlong Agharta Prague Jazz Festival, where big names of jazz performed (The Brecker Brothers, Chick Corea, Candy Dulfer, Jan Garbarek, Diana Krall, Branford Marsalis, Wynton Marsalis, John McLaughlin, Pat Metheny, Oregon, Maceo Parker, Courtney Pine, John Scofield, Wayne Shorter, Spyro Gyra, McCoy Tyner, Miroslav Vitous, Mark Whitfield, the Yellow Jackets and many more).
Yes Club is located near the metro station IP Pavlova in the basement of a historic building of Deminka Palace. It has an area of more than 500m2</ sup>, which is devided into three separated parts: cocktail lounge, VIP area and dance floor. Its history goes back to April 2011 and from the begining it has an aim to become an exclusive venue for entertainment.
Club Mecca is a very popular music and dance club in Prague’s Holesovice. For its luxury amenities one call him snobbish and the others cool. Luxury furnishings goes hand in hand with the price of drinks thus the club is more visited by wealthier younger generation. In addition to the party, club often hold various social events, fashion shows and presentations of new products.
Katka and Monika opened a new space for you in Žižkov led by a desire to create a pleasant environment in Prague, where people from alternative and cultural areas will be able to meet. Indeed, not to perceive them only as spectators but as authors having the opportunity to realize their projects at Blaze.
Radost FX is a cozy dance club in Prague, that ranks among those expensive ones. Club provides to visitors all the services that are expected from the dance club. Laser show, quality sound equipment, lighting effects and four bars are not missing. Dominant style of the music is house and R’n’B. One of the most successful evenings is Soultrain Weekender, that has more than ten years long tradition.
Black Swan Theatre Cafe is located on the eighth floor of the building at Na Porici street close to the city center of Prague. Space of the cafe, which was designed by famous Czech architect Eva Jiricna, has a beautiful view of Prague roofs.
Na Slamníku is a pub located in Prague’s district Bubeneč. It is one of the oldest still-serving pub in Prague, which has really long history. Unlike many pubs in the city center it retains its character of an old Czech pub which is not artificial. It can make you forget that you are still in Prague.
In addition to food and beer, pub offers regular concerts mostly of lesser known or emerging Czech bands. Each of the big bands had to start somewhere and Na Slamníku is one of the places where these bands gather their first experience.
Experimental Cafe Nová syntéza was opened in the Trade Fair Palace relatively recently. In addition to good coffee, visitors can enjoy a variety of cultural events as lectures, readings, screenings, discussions or even concerts and parties.
Located in close proximity to the Charles Bridge and spread over five floors, Karlovy lazne is one of the biggest and most popular dance club in the Czech Republic. Each floor of the club is devoted to a specific style of dance music. Thus visitors can select the music they like e.g. 80’s and 90’s, R’n’B or the latest dance music.
Club XT3 is located in Prague’s district called Zizkov and it’s aim is to provide relaxed and wholesome entertainment-oriented live music. Originally it has been focused mostly on drum’n’bass, hiphop and house music, but with changing of the location it added live concerts and some theatre performances on its program.
Vagon Club, located in the bowels of the Metro Palace in Narodni street, is a true rock den. There are concerts of the revival bands or of well-known underground bands almost every evening. We can mention for example Visací zámek, Echt!, Garáž, Psí vojáci, Plastic People Of The Universe or Prohrála v kartách.
Café Touster is two-storey club where the first floor serves as a cafe during a daytime and the second floor is the right place for dancing during night. There are theme and dance parties accompanied by an engaging video projection every day.
Klub Kain is a smaller concert club with capacity of one hundred and fifty people. It is focused primarily at fans of hard music. Rock and metal dominate here . Concerts are scheduled daily from approximately 21:00.
Klubovna is an independent and non-commercial student club based in Dejvice. It is located near Victory Square in a residential area behind the Diplomat hotel.
It focuses especially on young people, students and new art. It gives space to those who do not get it elsewhere and it supports those who do not get obvious fame. Its program consists of concerts, movie screenings, theater performances and exhibitions as well as other events like lectures, workshops or flea markets.
The history of music club Batalion goes back to 1880. Battalion has undergone many changes, which varied in both its form as well as its clientele. The last major change was in 2009 and 2010 when the reconstruction of the interior was made in the comic book style, supplemented by a unique large-scale paintings of Czech most famous comic book author “Kaja” Saudek.
Disco Misch Masch is located in the former Cinema Letná and the gym of Tatran sport club. In recent years, the club was renovated and enriched by modern technology and a restaurant with a terrace. The club has two dance floors – Dance Zone with current hits of the world dance music and Second Stage, where r’n’b, soul, pop and oldies are playing.
Carpe Diem is a multicultural space near metro station Flora in Prague. The space of Carpe Diem serves as a music club that is focuses on jazz, ethno and folk-rock concerts, a small theater stage for the literary and theatrical evenings and a gallery.
Hard Rock Cafe Prague, considered Europe’s largest Hard Rock Cafe, is situated in the four-story, V.J. Rott building with a beautifully decorated neo-Renaissance façade and frescos. The cafe is located in the heart of old Prague less than 50 meters from the famous Old Town Square. The three-level, 1900-square-meter cafe includes two vibrant bars and features a unique compilation of memorabilia from Hard Rock’s world-famous collection completed by a 5-meter custom-made chandelier in the shape of a guitar.
Balbín poetic pub or also popularly Balbínka is a traditional Czech pub with an extensive program of mostly folk concerts. In Balbín poetic pub there is unmistakable atmosphere. Balbín poetic pub is closely connected with the person of Jiří Hrdina who is a co-founder of a mischief-making political party called Balbínova poetic party.
Buccaneer is a dance club, which is loceted on the houseboat under Štefánik bridge in Prague. The first party was held here in 1998. Since then it is slowly gaining reputation. But thanks to the fact that the houseboat is not inflatable, it will never be extra large and popular club. The dominating styles of music are drum’n’bass, jungle and house.
Jazz Club Ungelt is small Prague club with a capacity of 50 seats, which is located in the vicinity of the Tyn Church near Old Town Square in Prague. It is dedicated to jazz and blues music. Concerts took place in non-smoking basement of a historic building from the 15th century.
K4 is a student club, which is located in the cellars of the Charles University building in Celetná street. During the day, it serves as a nice cafe and toward evening it changes into a club where concerts and other cultural events are held.
Jazz Dock is one of the many jazz clubs in Prague, but unlike others his history does not go very far. On the riverbank opposite the Children’s Island, it have been founded relatively recently. Not only the age differ the club but also its approach. Do not expect space in the basement, where the cigarette smoke can be cut, and where melancholic saxophonist plays in the corner. Jazz Dock is a well equipped modern club that tries to attract younger generation. Therefore you can meet here with more progressive musical genres such as funk.
Ocko Music Club is located close to the Congress Centre in Prague and it is oversized as much as the Congress Centre is. The club can accomodate more than a thousand visitors. Ocko is purely a dance club and discotheque, where every night from Wednesday to Saturday are held the bigest parties in Prague.
Blues Sklep is a Prague music club that almost every night can offer concerts mainly in the style of blues and jazz. In addition to jazz and blues concerts, you can meet with other genres such as folk, funk, soul or Latino at the club.
U staré paní Jazz Club is located near the Old Town Square in the historical center of Prague. Jazz in the club’s name is rather confusing. The program includes concerts that focus on a wider range of genres from jazz, blues, rock over funky, soul to latin and pop. Beside concerts there are regular Thursday salsa parties where you can dance under the supervision of experienced dancers. Entry to the salsa party is free.
Blink Excelent is an alternative Prague club, which is situated in 130 year old industrial hall of the former slaughterhouse. It is following the example of Berlin or London pop-up clubs, which exists only for a very short time. The club was first opened just for three weeks in February 2012.
Solidní jistota or lately called Solidní nejistota is a cocktail bar with a dance floor near the historic center of Prague. It is loceted in the maze of small alleys between the National Theatre and Myslíkova street and is quite a lot often attended by more or less famous Czech celebrities.
Prague’s club Phenomen is located near one of the new centers of Prague which is called Angel. In addition to good dance music it offers modern renovated interior, good drinks and good gastronomy.
Abaton was an alternative space located on the outskirts of Prague in the area of production halls. But unfortunatelly the club was closed and disappered from the cultural map of Prague in October 2011.
Abaton Club was unique particularly because of the large factory hall space. It offered several bars and rooms with varying musical productions. There were both concerts of major bands from all around the world and wild parties.
Exit Chmelnice, formerly known also as Junior club Chmelnice, was the legendary rock-metal club where people had the opportunity to hear lots of great international bands and singers. But the club was unfortunately closed.
Zlatý strom is due to its size and its good location near Charles bridge frequently visited especially by tourists. Dance and music fans will find two spacious subterranean dance floors, where night after night “visual hell” is let loose featuring hypermodern LED lighting with glowing plasma walls and a total 27 LCD televisions.