If you are looking for an evening of culture and then want to let your hair down this is the place to go.
Start your evening off with a Jazz session , when the music is being played - the silence from the audience is quite eery, but it is a testament to t he calibre of the musicians.
It was like stepping back in time, all the chairs in lines before the stage.
Once the jazz session is over the Venue is turned into a Nightclub, where they pump out all the latest tunes - quite a majority of people stay for both.
One admission covers both - really good value and the bar has a great selection of drinks.
Staff are really friendly - will defintely go back there anytime I am in Copenhagen.
Dress Code: Anything seems to go in this place.
Jazzhouse is not just a jazz place. After the concerts it's turned into a very nicely designed night club with mainstream music. There's usually a lot of fine looking people and it's heaps better than the usual tourist traps around Raadhuspladsen and Nyhavn.
Dress Code: None, but the doormen can be a real pain, so don't start any drama with them.
Has Jazz concerts in the evenings, and clubbing on thursday, friday and saturday nights. Music played is mainly soul, funk and mainstream in the club.
Dress Code: Not very fancy, but probably not the most shabby jeans in your closet either.
Scandinavia in general is a very jazzy place and Copenhagen maybe most of all with its famous jazz festival in summer. The Jazz House is one of the more well known all year round venues and sessions start from 20.30 (they usually open around 18.00). If you're in the game, this is a place you will have jammed at :-) Late on Thursdays there is also funk and latin at the "Funky Nachtmusik Club". Prepare yourself for a smoky but musical evening out.