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Stockholm club and concert tips: Friday, Feb 27

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The Djungeltrumman club editor's tips.

Bauer Weekends

Address: Bauer, Götgatan 15

9pm - 1am

Free entry

Age: 20 and over

Website

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.

Tonight

DJ Akilles

Julia

Address: Restaurangen, Oxtorgsgatan 14

9pm - 1am

Free entry

Age: 20 and over

Website

The media crowd's favourite hang-out is back. After a summer expedition to Spymlan and earlier escapades at Riche, Berns and Tranan, Fredrik Virtanen and Tom Pyl have finally found their way back home to safety.

Every Friday the media elite makes a pilgrimage to the bar section of Melker Andersson's very fine Restaurangen where they listen to soft rock, west coast pop, mature soul, friendly pop, FM rock, singalong anthems and camp fire standards. Fredrik and Tom are often joined by guest DJs who are not entirely unknown.

Trinity Sound

Address: Bysis, Hornsgatan 82

10pm - 3am

Age: 20 and over

Website

Trinity Sound has been spreading the word of reggae in Stockholm since 1993. A lot of people and parties have passed in that time, but trinity veterans like Governor Andy, Daddy Boastin, Fabulous G and DJ Flars are still there behind the decks and the mics, making sure the party never ends.

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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