Party Earth Review Although it’s a bit off the beaten path, Circolo degli Artisti offers one of the most stunning club environments in the city. Two indoor dance floors set against ancient Roman walls are surrounded by six lush gardens and... ... read full review
Via Casilina Vecchia, 42
06 7030 5684
Tu–Th 8pm–2am, F–Sa 8pm–4am, Su 7pm–2am
Occasional daytime events
Pigneto, Rome –
Although it’s a bit off the beaten path, Circolo degli Artisti offers one of the most stunning club environments in the city.
Two indoor dance floors set against ancient Roman walls are surrounded by six lush gardens and private gazebos – not to mention the swimming pool – that make up the majority of the club’s space and create a true oasis for relaxing, socializing, people-watching, and partying.
Popular with an artsy underground clientele that ranges from punk to hippie, the club features live indie music almost every night of the week, as well as a festive and friendly atmosphere.
When not dancing or listening to the bands, patrons can venture into the gardens, wander down the gravel paths past the gazebos and lawns, stop at one of the two small outdoor bars, and even play basketball in the courtyard.
For a truly unique club experience and an alternative scene that’s sometimes hard to find in the city, it really doesn’t get better than Circolo degli Artisti.
Local artsy types, mostly 20s to early 30s.
Live bands from around Europe on the mainstage, with opening acts at 9pm and featured bands around 11pm. Smaller stage showcases DJs spinning house and electronica. Check the website for a schedule of events.
Cover charge €3–€6. Beer €3.50–€5, cocktails and mixed drinks €6, shots €3.
Fridays and Saturdays around 11:30pm for the best bands and the best crowds.