Club entertainment in Bremen
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With a futuristic-looking bar, a chic dance floor and lots of cocktails, Nur Für Freunde (Just for Friends) is the place for house, dance and electro. It’s also where famous German and international DJs come to spin tunes.
South of the river in Neustadt, this club converted from an old movie theatre also hosts live music and remains Bremen’s best club, bar none. The centrepiece is the domed roof that can be opened to let in some much-needed air towards the end of the evening. Take tram 4, 5 or 6 to Leibnizplatz.
This long-term Bremen institution has spread its wings and now offers five different spaces over three floors, from the traditional 'music club' in the basement to the new Skyline area, with house, funk and chart hits. Stubu is on a street of wall-to-wall clubs, including the huge, ex-multiplex La Viva (cnr Rembertiring & Auf der Brake). Many Bremers, however, dismiss this area as largely for 'teenies'.
Clubbing in Bremen is relatively cheap; expect to pay around €4 to around €8 at the door for regular nights, although special events may cost more.