Nightclubs in Munich

Are you looking to discover the best nightclubs in Munich?

Then we have you covered!

On this page, you’ll find the official shortlist all the nightclubs in Munich. (More in-depth further below). And, each with why its best to go.

Feel free to check out each nightclub’s official profile to find out more and to find out which is best for you.

We’ve also created seperate shortlists on our website for each music genre you might like to hear at a club on your night out in Munich.

Furthermore, you can get on the guest list, book a table with bottle service or buy entrance tickets with our partnered venues.

The Best Places to go Clubbing in Munich, Germany

1) 8 Below Munich

8 Below is an underground club where you can dance electronic music and independent. Frequented by young alternative place. Every Tuesday there is the evening “Heimatabend” with German songs and traditional costumes, while Saturday is dedicated to Rock/Indie music. Between Stachus and the central station in Munich, the former “Lola & Ludwig” was transformed into the unique underground club 8 Below. All kinds of interesting utensils were used for the interior design: car tires, prison cells and sometimes quite wicked paintings create the atmosphere of a real, edgy rock club.

The bar of the 8 Below also offers hard whiskeys and vodkas, which are not cheap but are all the finer. Depending on the evening, the guests can expect rock’ n’ roll, indie, punk and sometimes fine electro sound. Further highlights are the live gigs, which take place regularly in the 8 Below. From autumn to June (almost) every Wednesday live concerts under the name 8 Below Bergfest. 8 Below is just a basement disco (up on the table) with long steep stairs, horseshoe-shaped free-standing bar, bordering one Laker bar tables set up, Niesche; and the obligatory slightly elevated stage. The 8 Below Club is very close to the main train station and is thus ideally accessible by public transport. The program changes regularly, so it is advisable to check the official website for up-to-date information.

2) Crowns Club Munich

For more than 14 years, the slogan is already in the sign of the crown. What began with a fixed idea became a permanent institution of Munich’s nightlife over the years. The Crown’s with its club, the cocktail bar, the restaurant and the adjoining garden offers a place where, according to many guests, you feel like in your own living room and like to come back. The inspiration behind the Krone was to make a place where hip-hop is at home and where you can party, unwind and have fun.

In the heart of Munich, they have created a place where not only extravagant excessive party clubbing meets Mediterranean open air chill out, but also restaurant catering to neat bar culture right on the Rosenheimerstraße. As a modern club, the Crowns Club’s unique design and ambience, as well as its unique resident Djs Kandee, Remake, Dj Mo and DJ Double-A, make their Crowns sound worldwide. The perfect blend of Asian-style room layout, pleasant atmosphere, spacious terrace and delicious steaks and burgers lend the Crown’s Restaurant its unique character, making it a unique event location. The restaurant and the club are connected by a staircase.

3) Blitz Club Munich

BLITZ has always been a place of forward-thinking visions. By 2017 it was transformed into a multifunctional venue, consisting of three mainstays. Sustainable state-of-the-art design and a unique sound experience fused into a room-in-room concept are in the spotlight of BLITZ club. An open kitchen area and a panorama window front offer bright and warm ambience at BLITZ restaurant. BLITZ garden convinces with its vibrant and sunny location by the river. Whether running special cultural events, showcasing your products or exhibitions in a contemporary environment: we are looking forward to share and implement ideas with you.

You can stand in front of the club at night on the weekend and have no idea of what’s going on inside: there are no signs, there is no commotion and you can’t even hear any music. The entrance is only visible as a result of the queue, which gradually disappears into one of many inconspicuous doors. After passing through the vestibule and cloakroom and the sidebar, one walks on a path of Solnhofen tiles into the club’s increasingly audible epicentre. Once on the dance floor guests will finally be struck by the full force of an incredibly powerful yet extremely refined sound system, which appears to double in the symmetrical, almost church-like interiors made of black steel and beech laminated veneer lumber.

4) Villa Roma Munich

Ordinary just isn’t its style. Villa Roma stands for the extraordinary, the special – briefly, the ultimate in eroticism. It is an exquisite 5-star nightclub in the north of Munich, where you, their most valued guest, can immerse yourself in a world of erotic temptations and possibilities. A brothel that will entice you with its beautiful young ladies and allow you to experience the very best that the red light district has to offer. Nightlife doesn’t get any more erotic than this.

Villa Roma is an extra exceptional nightclub in Munich. This exclusive brothel located on Frankfurter Ring offers guests the opportunity to experience and enjoy 5-star eroticism. It all begins with a warm welcome, followed by a thrilling touch or an exciting glance from one of their ladies. The atmosphere of their exclusive establishment in Munich brings you the feeling of eroticism that is often missing from everyday life. Never has sex in Munich been as wild, passionate and sensual as with the wonderful ladies of this stylish nightclub in Munich. If you are looking for an extraordinary erotic service in a brothel in Munich, with Villa Roma you’ve come to the right place.

5) Cord Club Munich

South Seas romance on the dance floor with views of the busy main road at night… Cord is an institution which (as the name suggests) wants to be more informal and casual. The music is not, the focal point is 70s feeling that gives the Club good vibe. The celebratory mood and dripping wet all walls are the cool consequence of the concept. Super nice people and good DJ’s, the prices are in the Munich-based standard. It is the right address for those who feel in good hands with indie and alternative. Also the bouncers not so hard are here like in the famous atomic café.

Cord opened in March 2004. It’s a very relaxed bar, but still stylish. Full of well dressed students. But turn up in your favorite 7-year old t-shirt and torn jeans and no one will care. Music genre is special each night of the week and caters to most tastes. They generally have a DJ to spin the vinyl. You will get reasonably priced drinks. And best of all – an admirable 1st floor place overlooking Sonnenstrasse. With the awesome music, people are constantly dancing. Casual outfit is allowed. You could have a problem in the entrance if you are a big group of boys. It is warm in the inside also in winter.

6) Bob Beaman Munich

On a quest for the perfect sound experience, “Bob Beaman Music Club” was established in 2010. Bob offers a unique architectural design, which delivers a one of state of the art sound experience, whether it’s house music on Fridays or HipHop beats on Saturdays. Primarily, Bob Beaman is supposed to be fun and about good times. The Bob Beaman Music Club is a great simple small club with superb sound focused on the essence with the motto “Vote for Music!”

The club is not too big, so no space is wasted! Everywhere you turn, people are dancing. Booths are tucked away behind the DJ’s booth, and people are dancing even there. The back wall has a small raised area, which keeps things interesting; Nonetheless the door policy keeps the place from getting overcrowded, so even at the high point of the night, you still have space to dance. The club was named after the 1968 long jump Olympic Champion and long time world record holder Bob Beamon, because the crew behind the club has a tradition of naming their paces after athletes.

7) Crash Munich

First doors open for the Crash Club was in 1968 at the location where Strom venue is a refuge for Indie fans today. The older Crash Club was one of the biggest Rock locations Munich had to offer back in the 60s and 70s. Famous groupie Uschi Obermaier and the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Uriah Heep, Led Zeppelin, and Udo Lindenberg had been on the guest list of this very place. In 1993, they moved to student district Schwabing. Still today, a Rock focused party location, with the DJ playing everything from Classic Rock to Progressive, from Hard Rock to Nu Metal.

The Crash is a club in Schwabing, not far from Giselastraße underground station. Here guests are allowed from the age of 16, but only until midnight – then all minors have to go out and the party continues for all adults. The prices are very cheap and therefore attractive especially for students. For some, the crash is “the grandmother of all discos”, while others blaspheme, puberty pimples face age-related wrinkles, especially at midnight, when shift change is in the audience. At any rate, it is important to recognize that this dance and drinking club is a phenomenon that reflects fifty years of Munich history – and just as much a special Munich lifestyle.

8) Bad Angel Munich

The most beautiful sight of Munich’s nightlife can be found within walking distance of the main train station, right in the heart of the metropolis. Convenient to reach by public transport as well as by car. The Bad Angel has its doors open every evening from Monday to Sunday, the exact opening times can be found on the map. All contact options for questions or reservations as well. The Bad Angel with its Tabledance Club in the heart of Munich has been a fixture in the nightlife for years.

The noble strip club in the best inner city location offers its discerning customers daily the pleasure of stylish eroticism, presented in an uncompromising claim to aesthetics and quality. In return, up to thirty handpicked national and international ladies dance 7 days a week. Whether a bar or club, the Bad Angel brand always includes unique Bad Angel Girls. And since we just cannot get enough of their sight, all the ladies on the whole site are real dancers that you can find in Bad Angel.

9) Nachtgalerie Munich

Every Friday it plays the absolute top hits of the last 30 years! The best of the 80s, 90s, 2000s – and of course the current hits! With them there’s just the best music and the cheapest drink prices in the city on top! Every Saturday it says in the night gallery: There is only one gas … FULL GAS! Their incredibly cheap drink prices are simply unbeatable and drinks are of course only the finest – because in the Nachtgalerie only branded products are used. In their two areas – the hall with party sound & current charts and the clubbing room with Black & R’n’B – they always complement their sensational price concept with the hottest beats.

For years consistent, unbeatable cheap drink prices with the exclusive use of branded products – that’s only with them! The drinks prices are valid every Friday and Saturday. Birthday children in principle have free admission during their birthday week. To take advantage of the Nachtgalerie birthday special, please just let them know at the cash desk that you have your birthday or have just arrived and present your identity card! After a thrilling day, let your JGA end happily in the night gallery. Because for one thing they are definitely known: Rushing party nights!!

10) Crux Munich

The Crux won the 2015 Munich Nightlife Awards Best Club (Music) awards and is one of the few nightclubs of the city within walking distance from Marienplatz. The Crux is relatively small, so the bouncers take a closer look at you sometimes. Small nightclub with low-lit interior, hosting DJs playing hip-hop, electro, disco & rock music. The Crux in Munich is one of the few clubs near Marienplatz. But not only the location is unique, so is the music. In addition, the Residents are trying to hang up in the Crux again and again, new DJs, so it is not always the same. There is a lot of Hip Hop, RnB and Black – for lovers the perfect alternative to the Crowns Club , which unfortunately is at the Ostbahnhof.

The Crux Club itself is really overcrowded and (not only because of that) always well filled. On the dancefloor, always a crazy heat and the mood really cool! The entrance fees are from 5 € (Wednesday) to 10 € (weekend); of course, slightly higher for special acts. The doormen are a bit stricter. Anyone who gets too drunk or “assi” here has bad cards. Guys should always come with a female companion. Crux doesn’t only mix excellent cocktails at their bar, but they also mix and play rad music as well.

11) Ksar Barclub Munich

Bar, lounge and club – Ksar has been a long time favorite and pioneer of this all-in-one idea which has become very famous in Munich. If you cannot decide whether you want to go in a bar or straight to a nightclub, Ksar is your best option offering the best of both worlds. Sit on the comfy corner both and have your drink served by the friendly staff or dance through the night next to the DJ desk. Ksar Bar-Club has been lively in the city’s party setting since a very long time. You can visit this place in order to have fun and stay entertained.

The crowd at Ksar Club is very sociable which will help you hang out with new people. The interior is one of the key attractions of this nightclub that will keep you pepped up. The music played at Ksar Club is simply amazing as it will force you to shake a leg or two. There are numerous events that take place at this nightclub generally on the weekends. A laid-back but stylish nightclub great for hearing and dancing to underground beats, Ksar Club can be found in the lively Glockenbach neighborhood. Offering guests the experience of a happening bar, intimate lounge, and hot nightclub all in one, Ksar Club features an outstanding selection of signature cocktails that will surely please any taste.

12) Circulo Munich

If you want to do a dance class, you are exactly right with them. Individual dance steps and figures are only the basis. Dancing – free from rigid consequences and the exciting interaction of leading and guiding – that’s what they want to convey to you. At the CIRCULO dance schools you can discover and live out your passion for dancing. They professionally teach Ballroom Dancing (Standard / Latin), West Coast Swing, Kizomba, Bachata and Salsa Cubana! They offer you the right dance class, no matter if you are a beginner or already advanced.

To teach a dance course not in the typical dance school style, but to teach so that it really understood, mastered and can be applied outside of the dance school, is the goal! The well-structured instruction and many years of experience guarantee your success. Learn and have fun with their teachers – each one a master of his trade! The CIRCULO dance schools Munich are located in the annexes as well as a complete floor of the Gleko skyscraper. A total of 8 well-equipped dance rooms are available for lessons. For unique party evenings, the mobile partitions of the classrooms are removed and transformed into 3 stylish party areas. Three party areas in parallel offer the best conditions, space and atmosphere for dancing, celebrating and enjoying.

13) Call Me Drella Munich

Call me Drella is one of the most thrilling clubbing brands in the earth. From VIP clientele to extreme entertainment, this is a night-out you will never forget. Drella was the self-given nickname of Andy Warhol from the times of Velvet Undergrounds, a symbiosis of Dracula and Cinderella. By day introverted and withdrawn busy with his art, the glamorous Princess of the Night awoke in him as night fell.

Inspired by the New York’s film, art and music scene of the 60s, a club with a colorful, irresistible ambience was created, a mixture of art and show, a theater of the night, a place where Drella would feel at home. In these rooms, each and every one of the ensembles – from the changing national and international guests who create unexpected highlights to our barkeepers who see their bars as a stage for self-expression. Surrounded by meccas of electronic music, the Drella will go its own way. A colorful mix of disco, funk & soul, old school hip hop, early electronic music of the 80s and 90s, and the rock hymns of our generation provides for a varied sound experience.

14) Cohibar City Munich

Since 1999, this Cuban bar brings Latin-American rhythms to the center of Munich. Get carried away by the hot sounds of DJs and forget about everyday life! With vivacious sounds of latin-house, merengue, bachata and salsa, the mood quickly reaches its climax. The spontaneous dance performances of female guests on the bar fuel the mood even further. Their bartenders offer a superb selection of cocktails and have been awarded multiple times for this. The live bartender shows on the weekend are always a highlight for guests. The successful combination of Latin American serenity and spirited rhythms makes the “Cohibar City” a very popular meeting place.

Located in a basement off Maximilianstraße, the dim lighting, images of Che Guevara and rum-filled shelves give the place a true Cuban look and feel. The broad selection of rums attracts an attractive international clientele. Famous for the salsa parties and strong cocktails guarantee a fun evening of socializing and salsa dancing. The atmosphere is very casual and fun. The DJ is always playing great music to dance to and the crowd packs the dance floor. This is a great place to bring a group of friends and salsa the night away.

15) Milla Munich

Live club, bar and disco – Milla wants to be all but simple. The size of the room doesn’t really fit for a disco and also it is slightly skewed so hold on tight to your drinks. The furniture was bought on flea markets and fits perfectly to the vintage style. Milla used to be a long kept secret but is these days one of the best venues for indie concerts or jazz jam sessions. It feels more like 90’s Berlin than present Munich and perhaps is the best venue in town for underground concerts and everything but ordinary. One of Munich’s trendiest clubs, Milla offers a forum for international and national newcomers in the Bavarian capital.

The Milla club – in the heart of Munich – is the destination for upcoming bands from around the world. The club, which provides rooms for an audience of up to 250 persons, presents its musical guests state-of-the-art lighting and sound technology. Now, stands from Adam Hall Group’s brand Gravity are also ensuring a safe spot for microphones and keyboards on stage. In addition, the stands, which recently received iF Design and Red Dot Awards and are presently nominated for a German Design Award, also provide visual stimuli in the stage set-up.

16) La Nuit Discotheque Munich

La Nuit opened its doors to Munich at the end of 2012 and has since become a popular club between Karlsplatz (Stachus) and Odeonsplatz. La Nuit plays a lot of Hip Hop, Charts and sometimes Electro and is therefore ideal for parties. The club is small and cool. The guests and the staff are friendly. To get in you should be dressed neat or stylish and not already drunk.

The entrance costs between 5 and 7 € and thus corresponds to the Munich average. The drinks are also rather normal; often there are offers for people who are early on site. La Nuit on Friday is ideal for all Hip Hop, Black and RnB fans. If you have / had a birthday in the respective week, get 5x free admission and a bottle of Prosecco on the house.

17) Harry Klein Munich

Ever since the launch of the record label Harry Klein Records fans of genuine minimal music all around the globe know this night club. The style is a translation of how Andy Warhol would have lived in the 90ies and the small size makes you feel like in your family’s living room. Minimal or Deep House DJs from all around the world come here to entertain the very enjoyable crowd. Prices for drinks are a bit on the high side but although it is spotlessly clean and it never loses its alternative charm.

The Harry Klein is well-known in Munich for its superb Electro, Techno and RnB booking and won the Best Booking category of the 2015 Munich Nightlife Awards and reached the Top 5 in several other categories. There are two floors and huge screens at the walls for visuals, which are one of the trademarks of the Harry Klein. Harry Klein, which reopened in 2010, was named after the ‘‘fetch the car” assistant in the famous German detective series Inspector Derrick. In Harry Klein, a unique, completely sound-proof room-in-room construction made of concrete was created to protect the neighborhood from the outside. Inside, however, an optimal sound experience is realized. The structural design, the projections, the arrangement, the bar – all serve the functionality of the party to celebrate an ideal night as possible.

18) Dive Bar Munich

This place can be a stepping stone for the people looking out to explore the Munich nightlife areas. The dive bar is not a pretentious cocktail bar as the place has a very welcoming atmosphere where one can enjoy cheap gin tonics and classy cocktail drinks. Dive Bar is a cool place to spend some fun time with your friends.

The Boazn concept is not only found in old-established pubs. New bars are also inspiring. So also the Dive Bar in Gärtnerplatzviertel. For the maritime decoration the term dive fits better than the soft Bavarian Boazn. A word that communicates like no other, that you can make a deep bond here with bar stools, bar and beer glass. The Dive Bar, on the other hand, can be thought of as a place for seafarers. Although they can sink well, but the longing for the distance is almost a job for them. A large drawn sailing ship entwined with red roses hangs on the wall. It reminds, like the other pictures, of tattoo motifs and fits the rockabilly style that runs through the pub. Little pictures of pin-up girls stick in the insides of the lamps above the counter.

19) Deluxe Munich

Germany is known for showcasing its vibrant scene through its elite and creative nightlife. Deluxe Munich is an amazing dance club in Munich. You will easily fall in love with the creative environment and groovy dance beats served daily – making it highly rated by media and roster of artists and musicians. As a nightclub, this is one of the greatest attractions in the city. Because of Deluxe Munich’s accessibility, amazing thematic structure, sonic design, and known DJs hying up the night – it is no wonder why this club draws big crowd.

Deluxe has a pulsating, vibrant, colorful atmosphere and is designed to be sonically rewarding. Their events and DJs mostly appeals to young people, and is definitely the highlight of the club. Packed full of amazing music, people and experiences, this is one of the hottest party spots every night of the week. With awesome events, themed nights and seasonal bashes kicking off all the time, it’s one of the best clubs in Munich. Come on out and enjoy a night with some awesome vibes. Deluxe Munich is all about great times with great music and great friends. There’s a completely unique clubbing experience serving up luxury, late nights and great music. Soak up decent drinks and dance away all your troubles at this huge club nights.

20) Milchbar Munich

The Milchbar Munich has a long history in Munich’s nightlife. Starting as a milkshake bar at the Ostbahnhof, it is now a real club. The Milch Bar or milchundbar (milk bar) is Munich’s mainstream club. It is classic and located near the Sendlinger Tor and thereby easy to get to using public transport. The Eden, the Cord and the Lover’s clubs are located nearby. The club is open 7 days a week and on weekends, you can party until 9am. Beware, Thursdays is 90s night.

This small club decorated in bright red colors is one of the wildest and friskiest venues in Munich where it is guaranteed to have a good time. Many locals have danced until the next morning and due to its amazing opening hours it is the perfect destination if you don’t want your party night to end. Admission costs between 5 and 8 € and thus corresponds to the Munich average. The drink prices are also common.

21) Strom Munich

Strom is one of the best music venues in Munich especially when it comes to indie music. It is located specifically at Lindwurmstr 88, where all guests are revealing into great sounds from postpunk, alternative, ska, to electronic music. Entrance on Strom at its price depends upon who’s performing for the evening. There are plenty of affordable drinks to choose as well as bar snacks to nibble on. Musicians who have played and continue playing are those who are now established musicians like LANY, Frank Turner, Niila, Periphery, Alt-J and more indie acts that are just entering the music scene.

They generally have amazing parties with themes (ex: Burlesque, rock etc.). They also have some good bands coming quite often. DJ’s that play electro are pretty cool too. You just have to check out their programs and pick the night that fits the best your expectations. The cocktails prices are alright (8 euros for a long drink). Entrance fee varies, depending on the event. The venue is a bit rough inside and no real places to seat in general. Nevertheless, it is recommended for the good ambiance. Strom hosts many international indie bands! The venue is not too big.

22) Substanz Club Munich

It was a murky March when the substance officially opened its doors for the first time. Now, 25 years later, the club still provides the Munich with a full boast of culture. Granted you can argue about whether club, pub or living room is the right name, but one thing is certain, has happened much since 1990. 25 years of substance, these are club concerts, cabaret events, comedy series, poetry slam and much more. The substance has become the brand for Munich. And completely independent. The store has a quarter of a heart and, above all, one thing: a concept that lives from its wide mix – sometimes club, sometimes pub, sometimes cabaret stage.

All the more remarkable is what the substance boss has done in 25 years from the club. It can only be hoped that this place of independence, subculture and great party fun will remain for many decades to come. Because Munich tolerates quite a hefty portion of unadjusted substance. Whether for a party, student party, theater performance, closed society or as a location, the club can also be rented. If you want to rent the whole club, you should have at least 150 people. If regulars can celebrate, the fun is even rent-free. Otherwise, a fair price is negotiated.

23) Neuraum Munich

Neuraum is one of Munich’s largest clubs. It features three generous dance floors (the largest floor has 600 square metres) all with different music and there is even a German Schlager bar. The Neuraum also has a large outdoor area. Opening hours start from 10:30pm on Fridays and Saturday and there is no fixed closing time. The club is also open the day before a holiday. Whoever behaves and dresses decently has no problem at the door.

On a total space of 1,200 m², the Neuraum welcomes you in the best venue. Just five minutes from Munich’s city center and the main railway station, you will find four differently sized function rooms. The club accommodates up to 1,200 people in the Salon 400 and in the Gallery 800. The smallest is the comfy Café Keksdose with facility for up to 50 guests. The main attraction is that all rooms can be connected to one another as desired and they can offer you a flexible space for up to 2,400 people. With appropriate group size and nice weather, you are also welcome to include their 100 m² outdoor area in your event.

24) P1 Munich

For decades, the legendary P1 Summer Festival has been the most elaborate staging in German nightlife, where it can quickly come to an intake stop after a short time. Real elephants, giant wheels, Jesus statues, Harley parades or Roman festivals – from Steve Aoki to Tiesto to Jan Delay – there’s nothing the P1 guest has not experienced yet. Once you have passed the door, the night lies at your feet. From tradition to escalation, the historic catacombs of the P1 Club have already experienced everything. The scent of H’ugo’s crispy truffle pizza and sparkling fireworks is in the air.

Six VIP areas surround the dance floor, on which even the Rolling Stones swung their legs. Inspired by the legendary Studio 54, the club’s primary goal is to let go and get lost in the night. It quickly becomes clear that this is not about bright LED walls or pompous installations. It’s about the magic of the community. The P1 family knows each other. And if not, this is the place to get to know each other as you pass the door. Special highlights are set every few months with the big P1 festivals! Whether terrace opening, summer party or Oktoberfest madness – there is always something offered and no night is like the other!

25) Moj Club Munich

Munich is the town where beer is not a drink; it is a custom which is being followed for the past seven centuries. Apart from the high-tech cars and the edgy artistic creations, this Bavarian capital is also an abode for those who love to dance the night away. Moj Club features neon-lit disco & cocktail lounge with DJs & live music, frequented by a mostly Balkan clientele. Packed full of amazing music, people and experiences, Moj Club is one of the hottest party spots for fun lovers to enjoy. Moj Club is all about great times with great music and great friends. There’s a completely unique clubbing experience serving up luxury, late nights and great music.

While exploring the nightlife in Munich city, the Moj Club comes as one of the top places to dine-in and enjoy a cosy space over a drink. Location and the interior add an extra edge to this bar and their cocktails are something which one cannot miss. This place ensures to serve every type of visitor with their wide-range of cocktails, and also budget-friendly tonics. The interior of the place may not look fancy, but this place can be the first place to barge in and enjoy a drink in.

26) Rote Sonne Munich

Translating into the English as “Red Sun,” Rote Sonne is a no frills dance club and live music spot named after the 1969 West German feminist cult film of the same name and first opened its doors in 2005. One of the best venues to hear and dance to inspired DJ sets, from both local and international DJs, whirling a range of house, techno, minimal, dance, and electro, Rote Sonne is also a great spot to take in a live performance, with famous past guests including Laurent Garnier, Animal Collective, Patrick Pulsinger, and more.

27) NY.Club Munich

NY.Club (previously “New York”) is globally renowned as the best, trendiest gay nightclub in Munich. The club that used to be based at Sonnenstr.25 has now shifted to High Jinks (Elisenstr. 3). Expect the parties to feature some of the very best DJ’s from around the world. The new NY.Club is on an opening level and features a hi-technical sound and lighting system. There is ample room to dance and even a huge open air terrace where you can drink and smoke. One VIP-area is available for reservation only. For special needs they even have a darkroom.

The extremely popular LUXUSPOP-Party – voted best party in town 2013 and 2015 – attracts a mostly younger crowd and features international Pop-Music every Friday. On Saturdays the best in Progressive, Vocal & Tribal House gets played by international Top-DJs well-known from Matinée, Rapido, Red & Blue, La Démence, Salvation and other Circuit-Partys. NY.Club is famous as one of the top Saturday gay dance parties in Munich.

28) Mint Club Munich

Nestled at Leopoldstraße 25, Mint Club Munchen is one of the most vibrant nightclubs in Munich. They host the liveliest themed parties from fresh to retro ones. This has been one of the most favorite venues for salsa, bachata, and Latin dance. In addition, there are also various programs held here from live percussion music and club party every Wednesday. It oozes with only positive vibes for a memorable partying in Munich.

Guests should be prepared to dance through this night in Mint Club, a vibrant club packed with an energetic crowd and sexy bartenders. The best thing about this spot is its diversity. Unlike the mainstream nightclubs in Munich which are very chic and posh, this place is super modest and a great option to the established nightlife scene. Packed full of amazing music, people and experiences, Mint Club is one of the hottest party spots for the party lovers in Munich.

29) Pacha Munich

Looking for Ibiza club music and feeling? Welcome to the Pacha. The first Pacha-franchise club outside of Spain offers six bars, generously sized dance floor and a terrace to chill in the summer. You have to look sober and be decently dressed to get past the bouncers. Launched in 1973 in Ibiza, Pacha became the star of the party island immediately. The fever infected the whole world: from Buenos Aires to London and Madrid. From Moscow to Sharm el Sheikh and Florianopolis to Sidney and New York – and since December 2000 directly to Munich.

Situated at the Media Works Munich Area at first and since December 2005 in the middle of the City of Munich, directly at former Nachtcafé at Maximiliansplatz. Within a short space of time, Pacha Munich became the talk of the town, as it is a `club for all the people of Munich.` Pacha Munich is renowned for its electrifying party atmosphere with a host of internationally acclaimed DJs such as Sven Väth, Carl Cox, Marco Carola, John Digweed, David Morales, Fedde Le Grand plus many more. Added to this are renowned party series for instance Hed Kandi and World League which have found their home here. So it is not astonishing that famous guests often spend their nights at Pacha Munich. But above all, their regular guests are particularly important to the team. In 2014 the club therefore introduced Munich’s first digital E Clubcard including various member benefits.

30) Palais Club Munich

Palais is a club located next to the train station, in which they dance House music. The interior design wonder anyone enters: Velvet walls, spangles, red lights and chandeliers create a great atmosphere. It is popular with trendy young. It is advisable to arrive early enough to not get out of the club. Palais is a nightclub situated in the city center, near the Hauptbahnhof. It’s not the coolest spot in town, but has been consistently fairly popular for many years. Perfect for those who still feel like an extended “Afterhour” under the actual party night.

Until late in the afternoon, you can celebrate more, sitting together with friends, and make the night the day. The Music Centre has changed a lot over the many years. In the former strip club, there was more pop-heavy music with erotic twist at the beginning and has currently evolved into the elite of the electric clubs and the Munich Afterhours. Actually you can come again in the early afternoon and some of the eve dance always still bravely. Electro, minimal, House, technology that is the hobby horse and the DJs usually 4-5 hours at a time. A free opportunity here offered the DJ set and the electronic travel can ever drift off into a song with a wild ROAR or Indian Bongos and mantra–like chants. Very cool. Always exciting, hypnotic and intriguing.

31) Paradiso Tanzbar Munich

Welcome to paradise, the dance bar, fun – just wonderful. Everything is possible here – from the Vanity Fair, a cage full of fools and burlesque eroticism as sparkling as their champagne. Come on in! With their visit to Paradiso, you enter historical territory: Freddy Mercury, David Bowie and Mick Jagger have both left out and celebrated here regularly in the seventies and eighties.

Freddy Mercury liked it so much, that he shot the video for “Living on my own” in an original setting. No wonder – the Paradiso has it all: red velvet, big mirrors and heavy crystal chandeliers, very sensual, wonderfully plush and anything but mainstream!

32) Pimpernel Munich

Chic club with very long opening hours: anyone looking to party till dawn is in the correct place at Pimpernel. No other club in the Glockenbachviertel has a history quite like Pimpernel: this club on the Munich nightlife scene has been in business since the 1930s. At first, the Pimpernel was a commercial establishment; soon after a meeting place for prostitutes. In the 1980s it established itself as a gay bar, which was often visited by Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, who lived in Munich for many years during that period and would throw wild parties in the Glockenbachviertel.

Today, the Pimpernel is a hot, fashionable place to be: Whether straight or gay, young or old, hip or old school, everyone parties and dances here till the small hours. If you’re after a sterile high-tech atmosphere, you certainly won’t find it here: dark wood furnishings, extravagant lighting, and cozy alcoves create an interior where you can let your imagination run riot, and which recalls the club’s vibrant history. When others close, Pimpernel is only getting started! Pimpernel is the venue where many people end up when going out in Munich. Therefore a varied crowd comes together here.

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