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Malmö nightclub tips: Saturday, Nov 1

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Malmö nightclub tips: Saturday, Nov 1
14:41 CET+01:00
After an icy week in southern Sweden, what better than a night out on the town in Malmö? Djungeltrumman lists some of the best options.


Address: Kulturbolaget, Bergsgatan 18

9pm – 4am

295 kronor (Ticnet.se)

Age: 18 and over


Going to a concert at KB is something everyone in Malmö does at least once. For anyone who hasn't, it's time to book a date in your diary.


The Creeps. This is not a reunion, more a one-off performance to honour the band's success story that ran from the early eighties to the late nineties.


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.


Mission presents Franklin de Costa. Resident DJs: Llopis and Phase_Off.

The Rumble

Address: Inkonst, Bergsgatan 29

11pm - 3am

120 kronor (pre-purchase: 100 kronor)

Age: 20 and over


Sweet Fred's club fairy tale continues to pull in full houses, neon tights, the hottest DJ stars and the crowd most in the mood for dancing. Busy, sweaty and euphoric.


In the club: house and techno: Fake Blood (Cheap Thrills, UK), Boesos Kaelstigen live (Adrian Rec, Sthlm)

Plocke-Pinn - Baltimore club + crunk

Scottie B (Unruly Recordings, USA)

Sweet Fred (The Rumble)

New room: disco

Disco Noir + Johan Wirfält + Anders

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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