Clubs

Bring out the inner dancer in you and dance the night away with St. Petersburg’s top of the line clubs. From techno music to live punk or jazz, St. Petersburg has a nightlife that will appeal to anyone. It has also become the place to go for live alternative and rock music concerts, and “arty” clubs, where you can have a beer and meet a lot of people over one evening. Dance clubs are also widely popular.

Below are some of the diverse clubs to choose from

If house, techno, breaks and drum’n’bass music make you groove, then The Tunnel Club is the club for you. It is the first techno club to open in Russia back in 1993 and has enjoyed a tumultuous history ever since, closing down in ’97 and finally resurfacing in 2002. Legends about the excessive hedonism that has taken place in the erstwhile bomb shelter are two a penny and much of that pioneering party spirit still survives. The music varies depending on the event, but expect the very best tunes blasted out to a young and crazy crowd.

Very similar to a lot of other bars around town, Hallelujah Bar is a little place that goes wild on weekends with youngsters getting hot and sweaty to the music of the 1980s, 1990s, current Russian rock bands and occasionally the Ghostbusters theme tune to amuse the students. It can get hot as hell in here, but on the upside you may dance wherever you want, be it the street or the table. There’s also a Fussball table if you are not feeling quite yet in the mood to join the party.

These clubs and their wide range of music genre will surely provide you with a party of a lifetime.