When other parts of the world are winding down their after dark activities, Copenhagen nightlife is just getting started. The ever changing and late starting Copenhagen nightclubs scene provides entertainment until the wee hours of the morning. With a wide range of bars, cafes and nightclubs diverse enough to suit any taste, Copenhagen nightlife thrives.
Copenhagen nightclubs, like most Denmark nightclubs, lead a double life. Serving customers as restaurants by day, these Copenhagen nightlife hot spots change to become bars by night. Caf? Victor, popular with film stars, is a fast and friendly bistro/bar specializing in Danish food. The Dubliner, an Irish restaurant and pub, features live Irish folk music as well as rock music, blended perfectly with friendly Irish barmen. Many non-conventional establishments permeate the Copenhagen nightlife scene. Denmark nightclubs like Ketchup, Ultimo and Stengade 30 bring in DJs nightly to blend Danish and overseas rock music.
Denmark nightclubs have become extremely popular with film and music stars from around the world. Several Copenhagen nightclubs boast regular attendance by such stars as David Bowie, Kyle Minogue and Prince, making Copenhagen nightlife even more appealing to residents as well as tourists.
Copenhagen nightclubs are not the only forms of entertainment. Popular with both French and American tourists, Casino Copenhagen offers stud poker, French and standard roulette, as well as blackjack. An admission is paid and restricted to those 18 years old and over.
Live music also plays a large part in Copenhagen nightlife. The ever-popular Copenhagen nightclub, Vega, boasts over 250 live concerts each year, ranging from modern electric to pop. Housed inside a huge 1950's trade union building, Vega has built a reputation as one of the hottest clubs since opening in 1996. Vega's nearest competitor, Rust, is spread over three floors and has attracted some of the top live acts in the world.
If a dance club is more your taste, destinations like Park Diskotek are for you. Authentic 1970's d?cor with a disco ballroom have made Park Diskotek very popular. The cities gay scene is present at such clubs as Pan Disco, Heaven and Sebastian. Pan Disco is by far the most popular of the three, featuring several floors of lively dance music.
To combat the high prices present in many clubs, The Blue Buddha opened with cheap cocktails and beer. With stylized European d?cor blended with an Asian feel, The Blue Buddha bulges with patrons each night.
Live jazz performances are also very popular. The Copenhagen Jazz House features live jazz each evening. Copenhagen has built a reputation as being one the finest cities to find jazz music and even hosts a festival each summer.
For those who are still going strong when the sun is ready to rise check out Club Blue Note. Offering techno and house music, Club Blue Note attracts a large pre-breakfast crowd.
Copenhagen has firmly set itself as a trendy and diverse nightlife spot. Offering something for everyone, Copenhagen nightlife is by far the place to be in Denmark.