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Malmö nightclub tips: Friday, Oct 17

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Malmö nightclub tips: Friday, Oct 17
12:30 CEST+02:00
Get your Malmö club compass pointing in the right direction with night life pathfinders Djungeltrumman.

Holographic Dance

Address: Deep, Amiralsgatan 20

11pm - 5 am

80 kronor

Age: 20 and over

Deep clubs Future, Neon and 90's join forces to form Holographic Dance. As the name suggests, this has nothing to do with singalong pop but rather techno, trance and electro house.

If you're not able to dance to music you don't already know, you should stick to the small dancefloor where you can hear electronic hits from the eighties and nineties.

Anyone wishing to reveal a bit more of themselves is welcome to try their hand at karaoke.


Address: Inkonst, Bergsgatan 29

11pm - 3am

60 kronor


The club Kartellen is held in the foyer of Inkonst, and where better than these premises form the 1920s to mix an old-fashioned freak show with modern club culture.

Resident DJs Baby Doll and San One are joined by guest female artists and DJs for so,e hard crunk, old school booty rap, ghettotech and electro.

Maximize your club circus experience with a candy floss insulin shock and release your sexy inner clown.


Address: Brogatan, Brogatan 12

11pm - 3am

Free entry

Where Alice in Wonderland hunts a rabbit, club manager Emil Broomé in Wonderland hunts disco. When you've finished your botanic experimentation among the fine selection of beers upstairs, it's time to go down to the cellar, sorry - Wonderland - and hypno-dance to obscure disco. Then it's time for an after-party with the author with the bushy hair.

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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