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Copenhagen Nightlife

Nightlife in Copenhagen is vibrant as the city's ever-changing range of clubs and bars caters to all tastes, from pop and dance music to world-class jazz. Copenhagen also offers a number of restaurant-cum-bar 'hybrids' that change mood and function over the course of an evening. There is no one defined nightlife area, although Nyhavn, Vesterbro and Nørrebro are popular.

Tickets for most cultural events and performances are sold by Ticketmaster at https://www.ticketmaster.dk/.

Bars in Copenhagen

Balthazar

An elegant champagne bar at Hotel d'Angleterre, this is where you take bubbly seriously. It also serves signature cocktails and expensive wines.

Address: , Kongens Nytorv 34, Copenhagen, 1050
Telephone: +45 3312 1262
Website: http://www.dangleterre.com/baltazar

Mikkeller

Despite an increasing interest in wine, Copenhagen essentially remains a beer-drinking capital and this is the place to come if you’re looking for something more than Carlsberg. A gipsy-brewer, Mikkeller brews its own beers at different breweries in Denmark, Europe and the United States.

Address: , Viktoriagade 8BC, Copenhagen, 1655
Telephone: +45 3331 0415
Website: http://mikkeller.dk/location/mikkeller-bar-viktoriagade-copenhagen/

Nørrebro Bryghus

Housed in a Classicist brick building from 1857, Nørrebro Bryghus is Denmark's first CO2-neutral brewery. Although the production is small-scale, it does have about 10 different types of beer available every day. Quite a few options are made with organic ingredients.

Address: , Ryesgade 3, Copenhagen, 2200
Telephone: +45 3530 0530
Website: http://www.noerrebrobryghus.dk/en

Clubs in Copenhagen

Culture Box

Just around the corner from Rosenborg Castle is Culture Box with a strong reputation for electronic music and a rotating roster of Danish and international DJs. While all prices are listed in Danish Kroner (Dkk), you can also pay in Euro, US dollars, Sterling, Swedish and Norwegian Kroner (notes only).

Address: , Kronprinsessegade 54, Copenhagen, 1306
Telephone: +45 3332 5050
Website: http://www.culture-box.com/

Jazzhus Montmartre

A legendary jazz haunt in the 1960s, Jazzhus Montmartre was the European home for jazz giants like Stan Getz and Dexter Gordon. Come to experience the best of jazz in a special and cosy atmosphere, and enjoy the music with a good dinner and wine at affordable prices.

Address: , Store Regnegade, Copenhagen, 1110
Telephone: +45 7020 2096
Website: http://www.jazzhusmontmartre.dk

Live music in Copenhagen

Café Nemoland

This famous outdoor bar in the alternative community of Christiania is a favourite location for summer gigs. Although it allows guests to smoke marijuana, it has a zero-tolerance policy towards hard drugs.

Address: Christianshavn, Fabriksmradet 52, Copenhagen, 1440
Telephone: +45 3295 8931
Website: http://www.nemoland.dk

Friday Rock at the Tivoli

Every April to September, Fredagsrock (literally Friday's Rock) attracts around half a million pop and rock fans of all ages to Tivoli Gardens. Expect a diverse program covering big-name artists and new talents. The concerts are free if you have paid for the entrance to Tivoli.

Address: , Vesterbrogade 3, Copenhagen, 1630
Telephone: +45 3315 1001
Website: http://www.fredagsrock.dk

Vega

Divided into two areas - Store VEGA and Lille VEGA nightclub, this place hosts about 250 concerts a year, covering nearly all genres from pop to electronic.

Address: , Enghavevej 40, Copenhagen, 1674
Telephone: +45 3325 7011
Website: http://www.vega.dk

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