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Went on a Saturday nite to the 80’s/90’s video note. Huge club with a busy bar. 5 euro entry and the beer was reasonable. Place was packed and everyone enjoyed the fantastic music. Highly recommend this spot.
We had a great night here watching Peter Hook. Smallish venue with balcony and reasonably priced Pilsner Urquell. Easy to get a great view of the gig downstairs and the bar nearby with quick service. Good sound. There was a club night after the band...More
I watched Gary Numan here. It's a small venue, so you really are up close and personal with the stage. Located inside a shopping centre in the heart of Prague, there are tons of places to eat and drink beforehand. There is a cloakroom that...More
Visited here with friends on a whym.
Turned out to be the best night of my life, music from the 70s 80s and 90s. Mainly 80s music gives a great atmosphere two floors where music is played on a wide screen. Music such as abba,...More
I used to go to this club.. but unfortunately my last visit wasn’t what I expected it is going to be. U pay 100 Czech grounds to get there, and there are people like they just came from hiking... don’t care about some dress code....More
This place had a really interesting idea where they played 80's and 90's music as well as the music videos on a giant screen. Although the idea sounds cool, they didn't necessarily play hits from that time and my friends and I (all in our...More
This is a Large place för the loves of 80s and 90s disco. The video of the Sony played ix projected on a large screen. This is not cool and nostalgic and bad because the DJ is locked to one song and can't mix.
Lucerna is quite the experience. They have a giant projection screen where they show the music videos. It seems the start with 70s music around opening time and work their way to the better, more recent stuff as the night goes on. The cover was...More
Nearly 700 hundred meters long, Wenceslas Square represents the most frequent and buzzing crossroads of the city. The National Museum in the upper part of the square watches over your spending spree in countless shops and retail stores lining the entire square, which ends at Na Příkopě, the most famous shopping street. When tired or broke, you can explore the city's underpasses, which can take you to the Old Town
or to the courtyards of art nouveau houses with secret gems of greenery, white benches and rose bushes that provide unexpected peace in the midst of the city. Be sure to pay a visit to the traditional cafés, classic Czech pubs, cinemas and theaters. National Theater near the river has a lot to offer to foreigners. Go to the river bank and enjoy live music and drinks while watching a sunset behind Prague Castle.
I remember seeing a wide array of ages. If you like 80s/90s music (if you plan on going on a Friday or Saturday) I'm sure you'll feel welcomed. The times I've gone here I just felt like everyone was there to dance and have... More
I remember seeing a wide array of ages. If you like 80s/90s music (if you plan on going on a Friday or Saturday) I'm sure you'll feel welcomed. The times I've gone here I just felt like everyone was there to dance and have fun singing along to catchy songs regardless of age or background :)
Nightclubs/discos in Prague - 80's or cheesy hits (2 Replies)
My fiancee and I are getting married in Prague in September (thanks to all the hard work Tereza from PragueWeddings has put in!) ... we've got a party of about 17 coming out, and we're having a reception - but meal only - at the Best Western Kampa. Seeing that a wedding evening can't be a proper wedding evening without a dance, I was wondering if anyone could recommend some disco's or clubs that would be playing 80's or 90's pop/disco - what we'd call in the UK "cheesy tunes" :) - for a...More
August 16, 2005|
Lucerna Music Bar is the famed place for 80's and 90's music, but with a very student crowd. Try also Klub Lavka, just across the Charles Bridge from Kampa. Touristy, but plays Europop (as opposed to more modern trends in Karlovy Lazne next door) and there is a good view from the terrace outside
How to buy tickets to a gig in Lucerna music bar? (7 Replies)
I would like to buy tickets for a gig in the Lucerna music bar for the 4 Feb 09? Does anyone know how to do this? Or is it necessary to buy tickets in advance? I rang them but the guy who answered the phone had almost no english and hung up on me....
January 09, 2009|
Yes that's the one. I checked out the website you're referring to before but you need to be a member to be able to book tickets but the registering section is only in chezc so I'm not able to do it that way since I don't have any chezc....