Reduta Jazz Club


in Nové Město

The Reduta is Prague’s oldest jazz club, actually founded in 1958 during the communist era. It was here in 1994 that former US president Bill Clinton famously jammed on a new saxophone presented to him by Václav Havel. It has an intimate setting, with smartly dressed patrons squeezing into tiered seats and lounges to soak up the big-band, swing and Dixieland atmosphere.