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Stockholm going out guide: Saturday, Nov 8

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Stockholm going out guide: Saturday, Nov 8
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The Local teams up with Djungeltrumman to help point you in the right direction if you're planning a night out in Stockholm this Saturday.

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Address: Berns, Berzelii Park

9pm – 4am

150 kronor

Age: 23 and over

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The new Berns has undergone a major facelift and has recently reclaimed its undeniable place as one of the city's biggest, best and most ambitious nightclubs.

Walk in through the hotel entrance, go down the stairs and you will discover a gigantic floor space with more than enough room for dancing, getting to know people and hanging around in the lounge in a nice dark environment with the freshest clientele in town.

In terms of music, Berns plays everything from hip-hop to house, jazz and soul. There's also a major focus on art exhibitions, film viewings and other visual treats.

Tonight

Pom Pom pays a visit to the cellar with Stefski and Agge.

Bangers´n´Mash

Address: Marie Laveau, Hornsgatan 66

10pm - 3am

100 kronor

Age: 23 and over

Website

Inseparable Anglophiles Robert Plaszczyk and Magnus Carlson (Weeping Willows) run the incredibly popular Bangers'n'Mash club together with former Ride guitarist and current Oasis bassist Andy Bell

Every second Saturday they get the dancefloor moving to the baggiest Madchester, singalong Britpop and ravetastic acid house for all the Stockholm geezers in need of more excitement in their lives.

They have also brought over a steady flow of celebrities from England, including previous guests Mani, Peter Hook, Carl Barat, Dot Allison and Ian McCulloch.

Tonight

Residents' night. Robert Plaszczyk and Magnus Carlson play the best Britpop in town.

Fritz´s Corner

Address: Debaser Slussen, Karl Johans Torg 1

8pm - 3am

100 kronor (60 kronor for members)

Age: 18 and over (20 for members)

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Fritz's Corner is one of the city's oldest and most popular rock clubs. Every Saturday sees an offering of wonderfully interesting live bands from Södermalm and abroad, as well as a busy dancefloor shaking to everything from electro pop to rock'n'roll.

Tonight

Live performances American lo-fi band Throw Me the Statue and Dag för Dag.

O-Baren

Address: O-Baren, Stureplan 2

9pm - 2am

Free entry

Age: 21 and over

Website

O-Baren located right at the back of the luxury Sturehof restaurant, is like a little oasis in the middle of Stureplan. Here you can be certain of avoiding DJ Bobo, Basshunter and champagne-spraying brats. Instead Lorenzo and Nicke at the bar always make sure there are some top notch DJs playing some of the best rock, indie, electro, soul, house and disco in town.

Saturday Light

Address: Nordic Light Hotel, Vasaplan 7

10pm - 2am

Free entry

Age: 23 and over

Website

Nordic Light's beautifully designed bar offers a fantastic Saturday hang-out with four alternating clubs a month.

There's Housewives with La Fleur and Adeline Supreme and their house and electro party.

There's underground party collective Socially Hazardous.

There's the unpretentious, intimate and energetic Piggly Wiggly.

And, finally, there's the club collective and music blog 24:Hours.

Youth

Address: Bonden Bar, Bondegatan 1

8pm - 1am

Free entry

Age: 20 and over

Website

Youth began life during the summer down in the classic Bonden Bar in the heart of Söder. The club pops up every now and again with various themes and always has the very best indie and techno streaming out of the speakers.

Club organizers and residents Isabella Tedhammar and Anna Danielsson always invite a guest to join them at the decks.

Tonight

Youth celebrates a couple of Saturday night test runs at Bonden with guest DJ duo Lili & Sushi. Anna and Bella will of course also be DJing.

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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