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Gothenburg club and concert tips: Saturday, Dec 20

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Gothenburg club and concert tips: Saturday, Dec 20
09:40 CET+01:00
The Djungeltrumman club editor's tips.

Club scratch

Address: Pusterviksbaren, Järntorgsgatan 12

7.15pm

240 kronor advance (250 kronor on the door)

Age: 18 and over

Website

At least two of the four elements of hip-hop can be experienced at Club Scratch. Residents and guest DJs take turns behind the wheels of steel, while some of the bigger names from the rap world are often invited to perform on Pustervik's intimate stage. And if anyone happens to start spontaneously breakdancing on the floor we can can check the box for the third element.

Tonight

On stage: Ill Bill (US) featuring Big Left & DJ Illegal. Support: SickNature (Den). NB: Early show.

Klubb Populär

Address: Storan, Kungsparken 1

10pm – 3am

80 kronor

Age: 18 and over

Website

Anders Christensson is the man behind the Killing Music record label and the instigator of tonight's club at Storan. The club is known for always putting on good music and a party for the people. Christensson always makes sure there are very interesting acts on stage.

Tonight

Christmas celebration.

Orgia

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.

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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