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Going out in Gothenburg: Saturday, Nov 8

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Going out in Gothenburg: Saturday, Nov 8
16:47 CET+01:00
Highly-regarded entertainment site Djungeltrumman's shares its local knowledge of the Gothenburg club scene with some recommendations for Saturday night.


Address: Pusterviksbaren, Järntorgsgatan 12

10pm - 3am

80 kronor (Free until 11pm)

Age: 20 and over


Locus has been around for a very long time and has always put on the best parties at Pustervik on the second Saturday of every month. The music is dancy, electric and pulsating and the sound and lighting are always top notch.


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.


Address: Rösa Sten, Röda Sten

10pm - 3am

80 kronor

Age: 20 and over (18 if you ask nicely)


Do you remember the cruel way your high school days would push you up against a wall as soon as the dancing started? Do you also remember the euphoric feeling you got when you actually dared venture out onto the dancefloor and got to feel another person's skin against your own? That is the feeling Big Love Crew and Teenage Flashback Organisation are striving for with their school discos at Röda Sten. Lots of classics on the sound system and even the occasional pink tie.


Theme for the evening: 90s 'kickers' (Swedish chavs).

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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