Ebm, Industrial, Gothic, Mittelater, Classics, Obscure specials, and eighties - a double floor cafe and dancefloor with room for concerts. I attended the 3-25-06 evening, with the EVP release party and CD Verlosung. DJ's Carsten and Kylon and Gawl. Very aesthetic, charming, and somber, its a good night of Gothic enjoyment with two dance floors to choose from. The staff is friendly and very good. I enjoyed my time. I'm sure I'll visit again next time in Bochum. Rating: 3 1/2 stars out of 5.
The burmuda triangle....so called because you will enter and never leave. there are too many bars to mention, and at one end there are kebab and fast food shops open till 6am for us when we leave. So warm up at the burmuda triangle and take the 5 mn walk past the fountain to Riff, our night spot. A nightclub which plays every type of music under the sun in different dance halls. there is also an outdoor bar when inside gets too much, and a chill out cafe. many people come from different towns in the ruhr gebiet as trains start at 5am in the morning so you can easily get home.
Dress Code: dressy casual
This place is a restaurant, coffeehouse and a bar, stylish a bit, formal as well. But the place is nice for people watching and you can sit on a nice sofa and smoke nice cigar while drinking your cognac.
There are many great places to hang around in the city, especially in the summer.
Those of you who want to dance will easily find their favourite place to go by checking the 'Coolibri', a magazine you get for free in every pub and which tells you everything about the nightlife in the region.
By the way, nightowls can stay in the city for breakfast because many places serve breakfast from the early morning hours.
Dress Code: Depends on where you go...
Bochum's nightlife area is called Bemruda Dreieck. Around Kortumstraße there are some busy streets full of bars and restaurants. Apart from the usual unimaginative chain restaurants and bars you also find some nice independent ones.
Dress Code: Depends on where you are going but casual is ok for the bars.
Well, ok when we have been there for the Billy Bragg concert there was a gothic party afterwards (not our kind of music), but Sabs and I liked the establishement itself....There are several dancefloors with different music styles I think.
It was also very charming for such a small concert..... The stage was in a tunnel like cellar, so you should be there early to get a good place. Otherwise you won´t see too much of the stage I guess...
It's a very populare Gay Club in the City of Bochum. I have been there 2 or 3 times. Always it was fun for me and my friends, but it's sometimes a very strange atmosphere there. Alot of young and goodlooking guys with very tiny shorts. And also some arrogant poeple.
It's in the basement and they make very often motto partys, like 70's Disco, Glamrock, Egyptian and Fantasy Future partys.
Mostly they play good House and Techno and great Dancemusic.
Dress Code: Well, I think you have to wear some good maybe very good Designerclothes or some crazy mini shirts n' shorts.
At Wagemi e.V. at the other side of Bochum Langendreer
I was there on a funny concert. It was a very small room with a very tiny stage and a tiny bar and also a beergarden. It was cool, but I think it was a private party. Or only for people who know this kind of scene.
Dress Code: Wear what you like.
Bermuda 3 Eck
This is a big district with many bars, cinemas, clubs and restaurants, fast food, Internetcafes and more.
Dress Code: Anything
This is an old railwaystation. There are many events. Disco for different kind of people like for gays, women, over 25 years, Singlepartys and many other dicoevenings. Also there are concerts and theatre. Inside of this station is a little cinemas where you can see independent movies. And there is a bar, a cafe and culturecentre.
Dress Code: Anything for disco, bar or beergarden.
This Club is in the 1 etage of a normal house.Downstairs is the bar and the entree and the toilets, upstairs there is the dancefloor or the stage and also there's a bar.
Dress Code: It's normally a gothic club so you wear gothic-like clothes.
I was on a concert from The Real McKenzies, so I just wear a jeans, sneakers ans a normal shirt.
This is a very stylish bar who looks a bit like a big living room. The light isn't glaring and the customers are a good mixture of gays and heteros. The drinks are ok, and it's not too expensive. Also you can eat something. The service is friendly and quit fast.
Dress Code: Some good shoes or sneakers, a jeans and a feshy T-Shirt or pullover, that's it but you can wear very good clothes.
Here's a selection of links to various nightlife venues:
Bermuda Dreieck: www.bermuda3eck.de
Bahnhof Langendreer: www.bahnhof-langendreer.de
Star Gate Gay Club: www.stargate-club.de
Sams Club: www.sams-club.de
Kingsize Club: www.kingsizeclub.de
Havent been there myself, but locals recommended it, I guess they were desperate, not me, I had my "local share" already.
Dress Code: Everything goes.
IT S A DISCO DIVIDED IN CERTAIN SECTION ; BAR RESTAURANT AND DANCING AREA ,
TERE ARE ALSO LIVE EVENTS LIKE THIS WEEKEND 01.05.04
Dress Code: a little bit better than normal