Aug 4, 2012 — Along with an excess of sleek metrolinks, futuristic windmills, and ridiculously efficient hydroelectric power, Germany also has reputation for an insane club scene, which comes in as many shapes and sizes as there are styles of wurst. Many of these venues are housed in derelict industrial sites where steel and concrete vibrate with the sounds of world-class electronica. But that’s not to say all clubs are about the oonst oonst oonst pounding through your chest as you go through a gallon’s worth of sweat on a warehouse dance floor.
We at Party Earth have also found, but haven’t always gotten in to, venues where exclusivity is the name of the game, and upscale socialites look to party in style; places where you could end up in a booth, popping bottles with the Bayern Munich squad celebrating a another football victory. Though it’s just as easy to find all-night (and sometimes morning) ragers with alternative electro and rock music where the rowdy patrons prefer Jäger bombs to Grey Goose.
There’s plenty to please all tastes, which we have taken into consideration in our selections. But any serious clubber needs to step into one of the infamous labyrinths with multiple techno-pumping dance floors, state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, and no-camera policy for a hedonistic night of dancing that can’t be experienced anywhere else. And the best part of Germany’s booming alternative energy economy only means more abandoned power plants waiting to be converted into clubs – but saving the environment comes in at a close second.
Am Wriezener Bahnhof 1
Am Flutgraben 1