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Malmö nightclub tips: Saturday, Oct 18

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Malmö nightclub tips: Saturday, Oct 18
15:47 CEST+02:00
Discover the night-time jewels of the city in the south with the aid of recommendations from The Local in association with entertainment guide Djungeltrumman.


Address: Debaser Malmö, Norra Parkgatan 2

7pm - 3am

80 kronor

Age: 20 and over

Nerds and dorks also want to be able to party without risk of having a bucket of pigs' blood poured over them like in the movie Carrie. This autumn they'll find a refuge at Debaser, where mingle girl Sanna and musical fascist Madeleine are creating a bullying free zone, with indie, experimental, lo-fi, indietronica and shoegaze emanating from the speakers. Sports jocks and cheerleaders are not welcome here.


Live: XIU XIU, with support from Malmö band This Is Head. DJs: Bunnyrabbits.


Address: Inkonst, Bergsgatan 29

11pm - 3am

100 kronor (60 kronor before midnight)

Age: 18 and over


A record label, club and festival organizer that laughs at the latest trends and devotes itself instead to its major passion: electronic music. Here it's the content, not the hype, that counts.


Live performance from the world-renowned Minilogue. Take a tip from us and do a YouTube search for Minilogue/Hitchhiker's Choice. Fantastic video! The man behind the video is called Kristoffer Ström and he is also your VJ for the evening. DJ: Ulf Eriksson.


Address: Chokladfabriken, Bergsgatan 33

Midnight - 5am

80 kronor

Age: 18 and over

Mission has unfortunately become associated with a seedy, lawless place behind KB whose glory days ended the moment Mission walked out the door. But these are new techno times and fresh, lawful winds are blowing as Mission moves in to the top floor of Chokladfabriken. Exciting DJ bookings, projector shows, lasers and smoke will all help make this a favourite among the club kids.


Live: Von Loops (Dk), DJs Kim Kemi (Dk) and Phase_Off.

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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