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Rock Clubs in Prague

Unfortunately, most rock clubs are in Prague’s suburbs. A few rock clubs remain in the city centre but struggle to survive due to the strict noise regulations. A popular choice in the centre is Rock Café; though quite commercial, it plays live rock. There are quite a lot of small Czech bands playing rock in small clubs, so check the latest announcements in newspapers. 

Rock Café

This is a nice live music disco. The club’s ground floor houses Jim Beam Bar, an internet café, concert hall, CD bazaar, and a store that sells recording and sound equipment. The Absolut Bar (offering the complete assortment of Absolut vodka), a movie theatre, and a gallery is located in the basement.

Location: Národní Třída 20, Old Town, website

Getting there: Metro B to Národní Třída

Admission: from 50 to 100 CZK

Open: Mon-Fri 10-3am; Sat 7pm-3am. Read more

Music Pub Batalion

Location: 28. října 3, Prague 1. Read more, website

Belmondo Multiculture Club

Location: Bubenská 1, Prague 7. website

Malostranská Beseda

Location: Lesser Town Square. website

Vagon Club

Location: Národní 25 (Palace Metro), Prague 1, website

Open: MON-SAT 7pm-5am; SUN 7pm-01am

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