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Malmö Nightclubs

Malmön is a swingning city almost around the clock.

Whether you like live music, trendy, cosy or genuine places, Malmö's nightclubs have something for you. Many places keep on swinging till dawn. If you go to a fancy nightclub, dress code is international, and if you feel like a tuxedo, that's OK. Otherwise Swedes tend to dress down a bit. Many of Malmö's cafés, bars, restaurants and clubs change character from bar to café etc. during a 24-hour period - an experience you don't want to miss!

Generally, the clubs charge 50-150 SEK for an entrance; cloakroom is mandatory.

Popular Nightclubs

10 music clubs, live music. Dance floor, lounge
Music clubs, concerts, dance floor, restaurant
2 dance floors, 4 bars. Age limit 25+ (Monday: 20+)
Live music, open during weekdays
Club Privé
4 levels, 5 cocktailbars, 2 dance floors.
Crown Nightclub
1 dancefloor, 2 bars and karaoke. Age limit: 25+
1 dancefloor, 1 bar.
2 dancefloors, 3 bars and karaoke.
1 dance floor, 2 bars.
KB (Kulturbolaget)
Combined rock- and concert club, dance floor and 3 bars.

Club nights for young audience. Also a popular venue for music, theatre and art.

Swing Inn Nightclub
Exclusive club; minimum age required: 28 YOA

How to dress

Many clubs have a certain dress-code - smart, casual is a common one. The definition of what is proper may vary but usually means - neat clothes. However, in some places it also means - no jeans and no sneakers


You have to be 18 years old to be served alcohol at pubs & nightclubs. You have to show ID on request. (The legal age of purchasing alcohol in Alcohol shops is 20.)

Minimum age

The minimum age of at least 20 or 21 YOA is required in most of the clubs; some of them however set the limit to 25-27 YOA. Those requirements can vary depending both on day of the week and time of the day.


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