Radio EPGB Tel Aviv, Guide & Review
Search more than Radio EPGB on your night out target club. Home of underground and indie electronics in Tel Aviv. It is a heavy description for a very special and unique place. Located in a basement just off of Rothschild Boulevard, be ready for a different experience. At Radio EPGB Hip hop and new and old trap open the week with Kabokiz all night on the stand. Saturday night is a very good reason to get out of the house and get a short or even very long drink, it’s all up to you even tonight we are open without exceptions, on the dex Sarah Mitzi who is Marina Tu de Max. Very good go hop music every day you can dance to it. In a basement, dark with amazing layout and lighting there is different genres of music every night.
Safe environment that allows you to have fun, absolutely amazing. At RADIO EPGB there is a friendly staff, bartenders and bouncers. It is a friendly place for all age’s clubbers, a mix of locals and foreigners, good music, fairly priced liquor and drinks and a great vibe. You will definitely love the fact that they have a different musical line up every night and some really cool bands for a late night. There is a party here all week, all night, till morning from electronic, hip hop, house, and techno to mixed music. When at Tel Aviv be sure to have fun on your night out with RADIO EPGB and I can assure you the Radio never fails. During late hours the club gets filled and people start to dance and party non-stop until morning and attracts an awesome hipster crowd. The funky two-tiered dance floor allows easier flow of clubbers and vintage arcade games in the back when you need a minute of quiet. Having been in operation for years it is able to maintain a great vibe and interest throughout the time.
RADIO EPGB is highly recommended for a fun night out. It is really cool and they have live shows and DJs and they pick the right DJs for the evening and late night parties. Definitely it is an awesome place to check out and it will utmost define your favorite spot in Tel Aviv.