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Going out in Gothenburg: Saturday, Oct 4

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Going out in Gothenburg: Saturday, Oct 4
10:36 CEST+02:00
Highly-regarded entertainment site Djungeltrumman's shares its local knowledge of the Gothenburg club scene with some recommendations for Saturday night.

Club scratch

Address: Pusterviksbaren, Järntorgsgatan 12

10pm - 3am

80 kronor

Age: 18 and over

Website

At least two of the four elements of hip-hop can be experienced at Club Scratch. Residents and guest DJs take turns behind the wheels of steel, while some of the bigger names from the rap world are often invited to perform on Pustervik's intimate stage. And if anyone happens to start spontaneously breakdancing on the floor we can can check the box for the third element.

Tonight

Scratch is celebrating its sixth anniversary! Mad Mats from Raw Fusion is coming along to play, as are P.S, Ayes One & Lövet and Bam Bam Soundsystem.

Orgia

Address: Orgia, Storgatan 47

10pm – 5am

Free entry

Age: 23 and over

In Gothenburg there is a widespread notion that the people who party on Avenyn and those of us who don't somehow have a hard time getting along. There are even those who would content that there exists an unspoken beef between the two camps. But little Orgia is the place that confounds all preconceived notions and makes us realize that the unifying element on the nightclub scene – alcohol – even transcends the invisible border that marks the start of Avenyn.

Paradisco

Address: Rösa Sten, Röda Sten

10pm - 4am

80 kronor (free before 11pm)

Age: 20 and over

Website

Röda Sten is the venue for house club Paradisco. Between the pillars and the dance-friendly concrete floor, people dance like crazy once a month, usually the first Saturday of the month. The club promises oodles of sound, light and Paradisco love. Deep, techy and incredibly dancy. Free before eleven so get there on time!

Tonight

Resident night!

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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