Party Earth Review The folks at Sage Club throw a rock and roll party every Thursday at this massive nightspot that draws a diverse and easygoing crowd from casual music lovers to trendy clubbers. The night heats up when a featured rock... ... read full review
Köpenicker Straße 76
Kreuzberg / Neukölln, Berlin –
The folks at Sage Club throw a rock and roll party every Thursday at this massive nightspot that draws a diverse and easygoing crowd from casual music lovers to trendy clubbers.
The night heats up when a featured rock or indie band takes the stage, and then keeps burning late into the night as DJs take over the club’s three floors.
Gargoyle heads, dragons, giant disco balls, and an outrageous mural of the Last Supper provide the backdrop for the beautiful women swinging overhead like acrobats or dancing on the platform in the smoky main room, while the slightly stripped down Dragonfloor draws a crowd more interested in rocking out to metal and hard rock.
An outdoor patio on the third level, complete with a swimming pool, cushy leather sofas, and a meditating Buddha statue, serves as a reprieve from the hardcore partying inside. Guests frequently jump into the pool fully clothed, so patrons who don’t mind being wet the rest of the night should feel free to join in.
Guests should also keep in mind that Thursday is the only night the Sage Club is open for live music and dancing – on the weekends, the space is used by the Kit Kat Club, one of Berlin’s most notorious sex clubs.
A young mix of rock-loving Berliners, expats, and travelers, 20s and 30s.
Rock music and live bands on the first floor, DJs on the other floors.
Pool open during the summer. Happy Hour 7–9pm.
No cover charge before 10pm, €6 thereafter. Beer €2.50–€3.50, cocktails and mixed drinks €5–€6.
Casual to smart casual.
Arrive at 10pm on Thursdays. The party often keeps going until 10am the next morning.