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Night Clubs in St.Petersburg

 Here is a rough guide to some smooth nightspots in St.Petersburg. They say: -tastes differ, so we tried to pick the most diverse and popular places for different trends in town. Enjoy your time and don't walk alone at night ))) 
in RUB
Address and working hours
Additional info
Russian rock band Dva Samolyota own this club. It sits in a former bomb shelter. Popular for cool alternative bands, playing rock, rave, techno.
2A, Voronezhskaya Str.,
metro "Ligovsky Prospect"
Open daily,
17.00 – 05.00
- Wednesday – disco night.
- Concerts start at 22.00
- DJs party starts at midnight

    Posters of Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monro all around the place. The city’s first and premier rockability bar.This is actually three clubs in one.



    100 - 150

28-30, Sadovaya Str.
Open 20.00-00.30



           Live music





Art Vokzal

     Described in a news release as "art space without glamour and mass culture", Art Vokzal ("Art Railway Station") is located on the premises of the notoriously smelly Red Triangle rubber factory,whith is now supposedly defunct. The club will be oriented toward adults - 26-years old and above - and apparently is connected to a puppet theater and local jazz musicians.












   138, Obvodny Kanal Nab, near Baltiiskaya metro station.







Concerts start at 8 p.m.











Central Station

An extention of the famous Moscow gay club of the same name, Central Station is located close to an older (now defunct) gay venue, Greshniki. Central Station is much more impressive, with its four floors, eight bars, two stages, a restaurant and plenty of dark corners.





1/28, Lomonosova Str.,

Daily, 18.00-06.00,

M: Nevsky Prospect/Gostiny Dvor,





Gay and lesbian









Fish Fabrique

    Despate the spartan interiors and menu, this plase (which is now in its second location) is a favorite for local rock musicians and alternative artists, with the bonuses of table football and undeground films. See gigs for events.




     70 - 150


10, Pushkinskaya Ulitsa
(entrance through the arch at 53 Ligovsky Prospekt).

Daily, 3 p.m. until the last person leaves.




 Live gigs start at 10:30 p.m.



Friday / Pyatnitsa

      The youth-oriented club Friday has reopened after a hiatus with new interiors, sound system and vandalizing newly installed sofas, according to the management.




    100 - 300



     10-12 Moskovsky Prospekt.

   M: Sennaya Ploshchad


    Live concerts, Mon-Sat, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. R&B and hip-hop parties, Sun, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Dram 'n' bass,Thurs, Fri, Sat, 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.



JFC Jazz Club

Informal atmosphere, featuring all styles up to avant-garde and improv. Occasional classical and fold concerts. Mostly jazz crowd and expats. Bar and snacks.




33, Shpalernaya,

Daily, 19.00-01.00,

M: Chernyshevakaya,


Jazz place #1 in St.Petersburg




GEZ - 21

Part of the Pushkinskaya 10 alternative arts center, Gez - 21, or the Experimental Sound Gallery, offers experimental music, jazz and occasional rock cocerts, film screenings and philosophical readings. 






     10, Pushkinskaya Ulitsa (entrance from 53 Ligovsky Prospekt, 3rd floor)

M: Ploshchad Vosstaniya





Concerts start at 9 p.m.




Kamchatka Club

A club in the legendary boiler room where such Russian rock legends as Viktor Tsoi of Kino and Alexander Bashlachev once worked has reopened after its closed for renovation in late November. The egalitarian, hippysh venue that holds mainly acoustic concerts.





     100 - 150




15, Ul. Blokhina

M: Sportivnaya





Concerts 7 p.m.-10:30 p.m.




Art club with bar, billard room and strangely organizzed toilets. Originally intended for the underground art elite, it has since changed management and direction a number of times.



  60 - 100

after 9 p.m.



90, Naberezhnaya Reki Fontanki

Daily, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.



Live concerts start at 10 p.m., except Friday, Saturday (11 p.m.)


Usually packed with google-eyed foreigners (whose passports get them in for free), Marstall runs a dazzling array of strip shows, with the most athletic dancers and the most creative costumes in town. Bar and restaurant.





5, Kanal Griboedova,

Daily, 12.00-06.00,

M: Nevsky Prospect




Strip show starts at 23.00







The second location of the underground rock club whose former premises were shut down by the local authorities. Owned by small indie label Caravan Records, the club hosts punk, heavy metal and reggae concerts. The team behind the now-defunct art club Platforma has recently started to promote some gigs there. 










5/2 Karpovka Nab.

M: Petrogradskaya

Daily, 10 p.m.- 11 a.m.,except Sat., 10 p.m.- 6 a.m.












The Place

 A new and promising art club aimed at live concerts, DJ parties, arts exhibitions, video screenings and literary readings, with Claire Yalakas (formerly of Red Club) as the art director. The concerts room has a balcony on either side, and a varandah bar room, with a fireplace and monitors, next to it. Russian beer costs 60 rubles per 0.5 liter and a fish or meat-based meal cost 220 rubles.







     150 - 400






47 Ul. Marshala Govorova,

M: Narvskaya/Baltiiskaya 



Concerts usually start between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Saturday. The other events such as literary readings and film screenings on otherdays are also possible (check the web site). 







 Despite rumors that PORT will soon close to make room for a new hotel, the club's management says the venue will in its current location, just opposite the Mariinsky Palase (home of the city's Legislative Assembly) for the time beung. Originally intended to be a trendy techno club, PORT has changed its direction a few times and used for concerts (RZA and Einsturzende Neubauten played here) and school disco nights.








    40 - 400






2, Per. Antonenko,

M: Sennaya Ploshchad 







      See gigs.







Red Club

Opened in September 2001 in a former horse-fodder warehouse behind Moskow Station,Red Club still hosts some of the best local and visiting acts. The place has made a few changes to its interior to appeal to nightclubbers who come to its R&B parties late in the night and the bouncers tend to kick out music fans from the place as soon as the gigs are over to free space for the dancing revellers. 








     70 - 350






7 Poltavskaya Ulitsa

M: Ploshchad Vosstaniya

Daily, 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.






Concerts at 8 p.m., Thursday through Sunday. DJ parties follow at midnight.




The popular dance club, on scene since 2001, has launched its live concert program recently. Rock, alternative rock, electronic music. A restaurant, four bars.

Concerts 150-500

Dance parties 150 - 250   

28 Sadovaya Ulitsa (Apraksin Dvor)

M: Gostiny Dvor



Live shows start at 7 p.m., mostly on Friday and Saturday; dance parties, daily, 11 p.m.




Once known as Zorro, the spacious, 1,200-capacity undeground rock venue is now coowned by the AOR-oriented Radio Roks and a biker club called Werewolf.



    100 - 300


22 Nab. Admirala Lazareva

M: Chkalovskaya

Daily, 5 p.m.- midnaght or until 5 a.m. on special occasions




Concerts, Tues.- Sun., 8 p.m.




Zoccolo (Tsokol)

The second incarnation of the now-defunct respected undeground club Moloko. The new club is determined to keep Moloko's trademark "warm atmosphere" and "positive mood." Nevskoye beer on tap 50 rub/, Tuborg 70 rub.




150 - 400

   Thurs.- Sun.



2/3 3-ya Sovetskaya Ul.

M: Ploshchad Vosstaniya

Daily 6 p.m.- midnight (Friday and Saturday 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.)






Concerts start at 8 p.m.




in RUR
Address and working hours
Additional info
Achtung Baby

A new bar opened last month right between the student-oriented bar Mod and the dance joint Arena and with the Dunes just around the corner. Achtung Baby is a convenient addition to the local network of indie bars.





2 Konyshennaya Pl.
M: Nevsky Pr.
Daily, 5 p.m.- 6 a.m.


Electro rock, indie dance, Britpop, new wave and, hopefully, no U2.









Yet another brainchild of Fidel's owners, Dva Samaliota musicians Anton Belyankin and Andrei Gradovich (Belgrad, the Russian for Belgrade, is a contraction of their last names), the bar - located next to Datscha and Didel - has a stage and is supposed to give more attantion to live concerts, mostly by punk and alt-rock bands. 




 Entrance fee for concerts, 100 - 300



Dumskaya Ulitsa

M: Nevsky Prospekt

Opens nightly, 8 p.m.- 6 a.m.




Concerts start between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. DJs startat 10 p.m. or (if a band is playing on that night) at midnight.





City Bar

A legendary expat favotite, this friendly, highly-personable American-owned bar on its new, third location, offers genuine hamburgers and French fries, as well as more sophisticated food. Two room bar with happy-hour deals. English-language books and videos to borrow. Russian beer costs 80 rubles a glass. 







20 Furshtatskaya Ul.

M: Chernyshevskaya/Mayakovskaya

Daily, noon until the last visitor leaves.





Intimate concerts,standup comedy, DJs, Fri.-Sat.





Club Odin

 The indie-music nightclub that gained some underground fame as Club Nol (Club Zero) last year has been relaunched. Compared to Nol, Odin will practice a "new approach to the public" and "more serious" face control, the management claims.




    35 - 250


5 Ul. Lomonosova

M: Gostiny Dvor/Sadovaya



Wed., Fri., Sat., 11:50 p.m.- 6 a.m.





A success with expats and art crowd since it has opened in 2004, Datscha tries to recreate the atmosphere of a bar in Hamburg, where its owner comes from. Dastcha eschews techno, house and drum 'n' bass music in favor of rock, soul and ska.







9 Dumskaya Ul.

M: Nevsky Prospekt

Opens nightly, 8 p.m.- 6 a.m.



DJs perform from 10 p.m. onward.


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