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Malmö weekend nightclub tips: September 12 -13

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Going out in Malmö has never been easier as The Local teams up with the knowledgeable nightlifers at Djungeltrumman to help point you in the right direction.

FRIDAY

Raw

Address: Inkonst, Bergsgatan 29

11pm - 3am

200 kronor (or pre-book at Impala for 150 kronor)

Age: 18 and over

British underground music has made its way into the Malmö club scene by means of Raw opening its doors to the heaviest dubstep, the dirtiest garage and the toughest grime.

Tonight

A meeting of the heavyweights at Raw! The club continues to attract the very biggest names from London. The star booking this time is Wiley, regarded by many as the undisputed king of grime. He is joined tonight at Inkonst by Ghetto, Skepta and a whole host of artists from the UK underground scene for a grimefest of monumental proportions.

Tomboy

Address: Bodoni / The Watt, Bergsgatan 20Sugar Bar, Kammakargatan 9

10pm - 3am

Free entry

Age: 18 and over

Alternative gay club with a focus on rock, pop, punk and electronica. Skip the Eurovision glitter, pull out your Converse and let your hair down to whatever rock bands or DJs are gracing the venue on a given night. Attracts a lot of hetero punters who love the open atmosphere. Nominated for the Öresund Award.

SATURDAY

Skånes Ljudpark

Address: Inkonst, Bergsgatan 29

10pm - 3am

120 kronor

Age: 18 and over

The secret of this urban club's success consists of a searing mixture of hip-hop and R'n'B from all corners of the world. The club's organizers and regular DJs, Timbuktu and Johanna Olofsson, preside over the music with self-assurance and musical curiosity in equal measure, which has made Skånes Ljudpark a real institution on the Malmö club scene. Leave your sharpest heels at home and slip into your comfiest sneakers instead because you can be sure there'll be dancing to be done.

Tonight

Nobody can have missed Maskinen's massive hit "Alla som inte dansar". Tonight sees their international debut as a live band when Skånes Ljudpark reopens for the autumn, which of course means you're going to dance like never before.

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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