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Clubs in Belgrade - If you are planning a city break or going on a business trip, the search for the best clubs, bars or lounges has to be a priority. Because, no matter whether you're sightseeing all day long, stroll through shops and galleries or attend a meeting after the other - in the evening you want to enjoy entertainment, food and atmosphere before falling tired, but happy to bed. And what is better than a trendy club in Belgrade, a romantic bar in Belgrade or a lounge in Belgrade full of atmosphere?

WorldTop7 has a selection of various clubs and bars in Belgrade. With us you are sure to find something - even if you want to hang out in a different club in Belgrade every night! Whether flashy party, retro disco, stylish bar or atmospheric nightclub with live music and interesting audience - we have what you are looking for!

With the tips of WorldTop7 you experience unforgettable nights in intoxicating clubs of Belgrade.

Cekaonica, BIGZ - Cekaonica, BIGZ Belgrade - all info, facts & ratesCekaonica, BIGZ

Chill out absorbing Belgrade panorama and jazz sounds from the city’s coolest rooftop terrace which belongs to the club which used to house a workers’ canteen for decades. Cekaonica...

Chill out absorbing Belgrade panorama and jazz sounds from the city’s coolest rooftop terrace which belongs to the club which used to house a workers’ canteen for decades. Cekaonica translates into Waiting Room, a concept created by two students who felt their generation was immobilized and disempowered by the Balkans turbulent nineties and noughties, waiting for their life to actually start.

 

So they were proactive, and opened a jazz club at the most amazing spot which allows for wide panoramic views of the city, situated in a monumental yet neglected Bauhaus building which was once famous Belgrade Publishing and Graphics Institution, the largest regional printing office. The building is a UNESCO cultural heritage site, but you should capture the moment and enjoy the run down industrial atmosphere and unique vibe while you can, since a major gentrification process is likely to take place and turn this art and cultural oasis into another high end hotel, while young bands and other performers will have to find rehearsal studios elsewhere and you will still be able to admire the same views, but with a much higher price tag and no coolness factor.

 

If you are an artist or musician yourself, you can even ask to perform or display your art. There is a regular weekly jazz bands schedule, meaning all jazz genres can be fully enjoyed, from bebop and Dixieland to funk. Drinks are affordably priced and there’s no club entrance fee.

Style: Jazz club with a rooftop panoramic view terrace

Area: Belgrade Fair Grounds

Bulevar Vojvode Misica 17, floor 8, Belgrade, Serbia

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Gun Club - Gun Club Belgrade - all info, facts & ratesGun Club

Gun Club bears a rather literate name, since it actually operates as a shooting club up to 8pm. So if this is your hobby, have fun shooting as a warm up for some fantastic live indie gigs or electro DJ...

Gun Club bears a rather literate name, since it actually operates as a shooting club up to 8pm. So if this is your hobby, have fun shooting as a warm up for some fantastic live indie gigs or electro DJ sessions. The ambient is as cool as the music. The fully geared stage is surrounded with strings of gun man shooting targets, and blood-red bar stools. The crowd is correspondingly brilliant, sophisticated people 25-40 who know what they came for. Gun Club is the only club in Belgrade to regularly organize alternative rock gigs for up to 400 people, enabling both veteran and debutant local, regional and international bands to bond with the city’s music elite. Some of the concerts are quite exotic, and some are completely free, like the recent June 2012 independent Dutch indie bands promotion. If you have your own band and want to introduce your work to the central European audience, just send your tracks to the club’s executive producer, and move from there on. There’s even more awesomeness to Gun Club. On Sundays from noon to 4pm it turns into a records marketplace where music professionals and record collecting aficionados of all generations gather in search for rare gems impossible to find in regular music stores or even online.

Style: Indie Rock, electro

Area: Broader City Centre

Milosa Pocerca 10, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

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Idiott - Idiott Belgrade - all info, facts & ratesIdiott

If you rate clubs primarily for the vibe, this is your place to start a night out at. After 2am, you can always move to Plastic just around the corner and dance along electro beats until morning. This...

If you rate clubs primarily for the vibe, this is your place to start a night out at. After 2am, you can always move to Plastic just around the corner and dance along electro beats until morning. This won’t be necessary since you’re more likely to meet new friends in the super charged atmospheric basement of Idiott, one of the coolest and most authentic clubs in Belgrade, and have them show you more vibrant underground afterhours clubs. The fact that Idiott is always crowded says it all. There are numerous hyped new clubs around the city people check out, but they are always back to the real thing. Along with the alternative and arty 20-40 crowd, the best thing about Idiott is the music. Sing along to the classics ranging from the sixties to the nineties and dance along more contemporary electronic hits. The brick-walled basement full of cigarette smoke and circulating people creates a cheerful atmosphere in winter, while summer allows for a spacious garden perfect for chilling out over cocktails and people watching. If a day is too hot, jump over to the neighbouring botanical garden for a refreshing stroll and be back for some iced coffee or a cold pint of local beer. Idiott occasionally presents live gigs and film screening evenings.

Style: Eighties, nineties, rock, new wave, electronica

Area: Broader City Centre

Dalmatinska 13, Belgrade, Serbia

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Klub 20 44 - Klub 20 44 Belgrade - all info, facts & ratesKlub 20 44

20/44 are in fact Belgrade’s map coordinates, so the name nicely grasps the vibe of urban crowd flocking to this anarchistic chic boat after work or later throughout the night. The funky exterior...

20/44 are in fact Belgrade’s map coordinates, so the name nicely grasps the vibe of urban crowd flocking to this anarchistic chic boat after work or later throughout the night. The funky exterior is striking, and best saved for live sighting. Once you are on board, you’ll notice the lounge section with recliners and tables, a dance floor and a stage for live performers, either DJs or bands. Step down into the cabin to explore the seedy décor of an originally reinterpreted seventies’ bordello. 20/44 is centrally located moments away from Brankov Most, the blue bridge also available for pedestrians and cyclists who can easily access the club from the Old Town side. 20/44 clubbers are not your typical Serbian floating clubs crowd. They are a bit older, sophisticated, but open for new sounds and accepting of unpredictability of the night. Don’t expect anything close to go-go dancers and overly dressed up youngsters trying to appear glamorous on most Belgrade’s boat and raft clubs. On 20/44 DJ sessions vary each night, amusing people with exotic combos of dub step, industrial, soul, world music, punk and several other genres typical of the club. Their aspiration is to remain eclectic in a smart, entertaining way, rather than to be recognizable by strict genre classification and thus predictable. Live sessions are so refreshing in summer while you gaze across the Sava, enjoying the breeze and the muddy river smell you’ll recognize forever, triggering memories of great times in Belgrade. Pricing is moderate and the club is best enjoyed in summer.

Style: Eclectic, anything from soul to industrial including live gigs

Area: Novi Beograd Business District

Savski kej bb, Belgrade, Serbia

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KST - KST Belgrade - all info, facts & ratesKST

KST, or the technical sciences students’ club dates back to 1954 when it gained an official club status by the university board, making it the oldest club in Belgrade. At first, it was just a chess...

KST, or the technical sciences students’ club dates back to 1954 when it gained an official club status by the university board, making it the oldest club in Belgrade. At first, it was just a chess club situated in a lab where students performed experiments during their regular classes. Throughout the sixties, they widened their area of activity and hosted numerous cultural events, film screenings and dancing evenings. It was only in 1969 when the club opened the very first discoteque to be seen in the region. Ever since, this exclusively student-run club has gained and retained its cult status and trust due to high safety measures which ensure carefree fun. It is a matter of prestige for a band to have a gig here, and numerous producer and stage manager names started their careers at KST. During the nineties, the club was beloved for rebellious rock scene, ranging from punk and metal to alternative. With the general change in music tastes and style profiling of the students and former students, KST has specialized in themed evenings in the course of the last decade, thus rendering gothic nights, popular foam parties, electro nights and other types of parties targeted at different subcultures. Still, what’s really interested is that KST became a city trend setter, triggering retro parties such as eighties or crazy nineties themed nights. There’s just one phenomenon more famous than everything previously mentioned. It’s KST’s New Year warm-up fancy dress party, an event not to be missed if you’re in Belgrade around the festive season. It’s always a memorable party with the main stage, reggae stage and even an outdoor courtyard stage. The costumes are mostly standard, like Star Wars characters, French maid or Car Woman, but each year there are original people you just need to make pics of as soon as you spot them. KST is mostly attended by younger people, obviously university students, but also by older generations who have fond memories of this legendary club. Drinks are affordably priced and security measures are of the highest standard, which is their trade mark.

Style: ock, themed nights, eighties, nineties, noughties, you name it

Area: Broader City Centre

Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 73, Belgrade, Serbia

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Kulturni Centar Grad - Kulturni Centar Grad Belgrade - all info, facts & ratesKulturni Centar Grad

Industrial chic gets a whole new meaning at K.C.Grad, the European Center for Culture and Debate, a multi-functional space within a run-down warehouse building dating back to 1884. The alternative minded...

Industrial chic gets a whole new meaning at K.C.Grad, the European Center for Culture and Debate, a multi-functional space within a run-down warehouse building dating back to 1884. The alternative minded creative team behind the Centre decided that leaving the bare brick walls and concrete blocks untouched was the way to go to make a hip blend with contemporary art exhibitions and non-commercial fashion shows. Still, Gradstore is a store, or rather a stall with artsy goods, accessories and some original souvenirs placed right at the entrance area of K.C.Grad. Aside from supporting young designers, they promote critical thought as you can listen to or participate in some of the debates which can also be international, held in English. What Kulturni Centar Grad has become most famous for are the great gigs of really attractive under-the-radar names. This is what makes it so hip, not the hipsters’ outfits, attitudes and your fun times watching them, but the cool international live performers including Canada’s “China Woman” and the likes. Drinks are moderately to affordably priced, and the most special spot to enjoy them during summer is the courtyard where you can actually talk and mingle with anyone you like when it gets just too loud to talk inside. K.C.Grad is the result of cooperation of its city municipality, a local group of citizens and activists and a Dutch foundation based in Amsterdam. This is one of very few Belgrade clubs with a truly cosmopolitan vibe. In case you’re planning a Belgrade press conference or a work shop in some of the art fields, don’t hesitate to ask to book this unique space which adds credibility to pretty much all onsite events. The striking old industrial building is surrounded with even more dramatic villa debris and the huge Branko Bridge silhouette. The Savamala hood can be rightly labeled as seedy, which only adds to the underground appeal.

Style: Hipsters’ headquarters

Area: Savski Amfiteatar

Branka Krsmanovica 4, Belgrade, Serbia

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The Tube - The Tube Belgrade - all info, facts & ratesThe Tube

The Tube boasts of two very important factors for a night clubs’ success: celebrity DJ names and dead central location. It’s a typical winter season club, often compared to some Berlin clubs...

The Tube boasts of two very important factors for a night clubs’ success: celebrity DJ names and dead central location. It’s a typical winter season club, often compared to some Berlin clubs for the minimalist straight line architecture rendered in concrete and wood with interesting lighting. The name comes from the tube-like long and narrow central area serving as the dance floor. The Tube operates since 2007 and each season they change some of the interior to optimize and enliven it. The premises once used to belong to the Red Cross charity, but later on Pero di Reda aka DJ Pepe, the co-owner and executive music editor decided its location and the 23 metre long and narrow room would make an interesting setting for up to 500 clubbers. You won’t have to pay an entrance fee, and you’ll mingle with the 25 plus crowd, Belgrade’s older clubbers who just can’t compromise with the quality of what they dance to. Therefore, on Thursdays live band performances or even fashion shows can be enjoyed. These nights are themed LIVE@The Tube. Drop by on Fridays if you prefer harder underground techno beats and check out the local celebrity DJs’ skills and talent. Now and then you will also listen to some of the international stars visiting. Saturdays are perfect for more or less commercial house, funk and disco remixes by another set of locally and regionally acclaimed DJ residents including DJ Pepe. Bar tenders are experienced professionals who serve quality cocktails. Make sure to book a table well in advance if you want one. This comes with a 50 euro price tag which includes some drinks. The Tube closes during summer and starts a new season each September.

Style: Celebrity DJs, electro, techno, house, both commercial and underground sounds

Area: Broader City Centre

Simina 21 (entrance around the corner in Dobracina 17), Belgrade, Serbia

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