Malmö nightclub tips: Friday, Nov 14

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Malmö nightclub tips: Friday, Nov 14

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: Babel, Spångatan 38

8pm - midnight

160 kronor (prebook at

Sick of getting stuck behind basketball players, guys with massive afros or girls with silly hats when you go to see your favourite band or biggest idol? Babel's mezzanine enables you to avoid climbing up on somebody's shoulders to see what's happening on stage. A free view, tasty drinks and good sound: what more can you ask for when you go to a concert? Good music, presumably. Relax: Babel will see to that.


JazzAttack's pre-release party.

Seven man band JazzAttack release their third almum, Oavsett Vad, next year. This is a chance for the curious to hear all tracks from the album. NB: If you pay 50 kronor extra you can hang around for club Backlash afterwards.


Address: Babel, Spånggatan 38

11pm - 3am

100 kronor

Age: 20 and over

Are you looking for a night out with a glass of red wine and some nondescript lounge music? Then Backlash is not for you. Everybody else can celebrate the fact that Staffan (Drama!) has started a club where dance takes centre stage. The music is untz in its purest form: messy electro, noisy techno, and powerful ghetto. Reclaim the dance floor!


Mona Masri will look after things on the small dance floor, playing glammy hip hop and r'n'b with Mats Nileskär. Live: Dusty Kid.


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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