Cotton Club - 5~10 mins from most military bases (Ramsten, Danner Kasern, Vogelweh)
[Cotton Club] Kammgarn Kaiserslautern (http://www.kammgarn.de/)-
Call info-line at 0700-2688662582.
The Midnight Movers Soul Night, 9 p.m. Mondays. Tickets cost 8 EUR.
~~~~~ Music in K-Town Tickets cost 8 EUR. For more information, call 0631-365-2607 or check www.kammgarn.de.
Dress Code: Dress to impress or or go EURO in a relaxed laid back GQ mode. AFTER all you are going to see the (((MIDNIGHT MOVERS))), Germanys hottest live band with a gutarist that would hold his own with "Carlos Santanna"!!! Ladies are dressed to impress. Cotton club is frequented by some of Germany's Hottest movie stars and singing sensations. Also, known as the warming up spot for many of America's music artist background singers.
Reservations should be done in advance, and if you arrive after 9:30 pm, expect to wait to get into the venue...this place is HOT, serves limited fod dishes and of course the best mixed drinks.
No clue on any night life as I personally am not too fond of night life whatsoever but the link below provids pretty detailed information. German magazine "Spiegel" wrote about Kaiserslautern: it's a small town with a huge footballing reputation, it yet does have a few other things to offer including nearby scenic castles.. Saturday nights is the city full of people..for those, who don't want to go to the city, there are a lot of events around Kaiserslautern like the fun fairs in the villages and other celebrations.
The Flash is an awesome nightclub for music and drinks. Located in downtown K-Town you will find some of the best new age music and some of the strangest people here. Once a month the Flash brings in one of the top bands in Europe to play.
The average age of the group is around 19 or 20 and they come from all walks of life. This is a great place to PARTY.
The Hannen Fass, it's near several other pubs in the middle of K-town
Lots of english speaking people, good drinks, try some 'cola-beer'. It's great
Dress Code: This is a hangout for many americans, as well as germans, mostly in their 20's. jeans, shorts, it's just a pub.
Great place to chill out and drink beer with friends. Serves the infamous meterboards. Real relaxed place.
Dress Code: Jeans & t-shirt, or whatever. It's a pub.
A6 is a huge club, which is broken down into several dance rooms, depending on your taste for music.
Dress Code: Nice, casual
Chuck's is a fun place. Great music, bar, pool table, darts. It is american owned and operated and the bartenders are all really cool people.
Dress Code: Whatever you want to wear. It's laid back.
One of the last places open after 2am. It stays open until the sun comes up usually. Dance floor, bar, just a real laid back place.
Dress Code: Whatever.
Thursty's is a laid-back Irish Pub, which is in the same area as Hannenfass & The Harp. It is your typical Irish pub.
Dress Code: Jeans, T-shirt, whatever.