The Auld Triangle: Irish Pub
Great Karaoke Show every Tuesday and Friday night, Live Music every Saturday,
lots of great partys and special events, and live sports on the big screen make the Auld Triangle a great place any day of the Week,
its a nice mixed crowd of age groups, locals and students, and you instantly feel welcome
as their motto goes "There are no strangers here, just friends that havent met yet"
Dress Code: whatever you want
Pflaumenbaum: International Student Parties @ Pflaumenbaum
Every Tuesday there's an International Students' Special. Students from Uni Paderborn (from abroad and from Germany as well, if interested) meet there, have a drink (to a special price :), chat, and have FUN. Great parties!
Dress Code: None
Capitol Musiktheater: Something for 60-90's music lovers
If you'd rather dance to the music of the 60-90's you should choose Capitol. Every weekend and on some weekdays there are parties devoted to some specific period - eg. 70s party, 80s party, 90s party, saturday night fever and so on.
Dress Code: The dress code is even more relaxed her than at the Residenz. No problem getting in wearing sneakers and T-Shirt (it used to be that way at least when I was last there :)
Residenz: Probably the most popular club in town
That's where most of young people in Paderbon go to dance and have some good time. The music differs from day to day. So this is the right adress for black- and electronic-music alike. There are two dancefloors (but just one I would call a REAL dancefloor :)
Dress Code: T-shirts and jeans re ok in here - I've seen a lot of people dressed like that. But if you don't want to risk being stopped at the entrance - better wear leather shoes and not sneakers (although sometimes you'll be able to get in even wearing sneakers :)
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