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Stockholm club and concert tips: Saturday, Jan 17

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Stockholm club and concert tips: Saturday, Jan 17
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The Djungeltrumman club editor's tips.

Bauer Weekends

Address: Bauer, Götgatan 15

9pm - 1am

Free entry

Age: 20 and over


The hyper attractive Götgatan bar Bauer has made a major commitment to getting in great DJs every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Large sections of the snazzy Stockholm elite are brought together in the large bar to play everything from hip hop, Baltimore club and disco to indie rock and electro.


Bjarni Boi in the DJ booth.

Club Barracuda

Address: Mosebacke, Mosebacke Torg 3

9pm – 2am

120 kronor

Age: 20 and over


Tropico poppers Thomas Gylling and Uncle Eric bash their wild heads together for a spectacular spree up at the classic Mosebacke club venue. Expect everything from dancehall and R&B to soca, Brail, Latin and New Africa.

Falling and Laughing

Address: Debaser Medis, Medborgarplatsen

7pm - 3am

160 kronor

Age: 20 and over


Rock journalist Terry Ericsson named his club after the old Orange Juice classic, which Terpan himself calls the best indie song ever written.

One Saturday every month Terry plays his records at Debaser (Medis). The dance floor is usually fantastic and there are alway promising new live bands.

Terry and Robert Krus are resident DJs on the main dancefloor, while Sara Martinsson and Fredrik Bergh play in the bar.


Three very promising live acts: Den Stora Sömnen, The Amazing and Ram Di Dam.

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)


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.


Live performance from the latest to emerge from Hybris, Jonathan Johansson. Support: Linköping duo Marching Band.

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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