The Tube Belgrade, Guide & Review
Party like VIP, wherever, whenever. This club was for years synonymous with the best clubbing experience in Belgrade. With undiminished zeal The Tube continues to promote the best things coming both from foreign and domestic club scene. The Tube is one of the favorite places for fans of electro sound but also for all other members of an urban city crew. So no wonder, this club holds the title of ”successor” to sometimes cult Belgrade clubs- Soul Food and Basement. The Tube gathers people of different ages, but a slightly older crew prevails. The club was designed by Djordje Gec combining wood and concrete in its interior, for which Gec won the award of Salon Architecture for Interior Design. Club can accommodate 500 guests. This fall/winter season too, Tube repertoire is promising a great clubbing experience! Traditionally, Thursday is the day reserved for the performances of local bands in the series Live@Tube, Friday is the day for underground sounds, and on Saturday you can dance the whole night long with funky and disco rhythms, as well with the sounds of MTV hits and 80’s hits.
Amazing relaxed and comfortable atmosphere, great location and superb sound system, awesome dancing and romance, beautiful girls, cool music, amazing Halloween themed nights, great DJs, comfy seatings, spacious and stylish dance floor, delicious cocktails, and great crowd.
The tiny white-walled art gallery and bar is resonating with ambient electronic music from a DJ behind a laptop. Solo guests listen silently inside, seated in an almost trancelike state. It feels like an unlikely start to an evening touring the city’s clubs, but the space, which opened earlier this year, typifies the avant-garde nature of the city’s underground scene. Certainly, without any doubt the best club in Belgrade.