Reduta Jazz Club
Reduta Jazz Club
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7:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Monday
7:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Tuesday
7:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Wednesday
7:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Thursday
7:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Friday
7:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Saturday
7:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Sunday
7:00 PM - 12:00 AM
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Reduta is legendary cultural place in the centre of Prague. It was established in 1958 and nowadays is connecting traditional jazz roots with new wave music. The number of famous musicians and persons have played or spent night in here – namely Wynton Marsalis, Chris Barber, Ronnie Scott or Bill Clinton (who as an amateur (tenor) sax player in 1994 actively participated in the traditional jamm session), Madeleine Albright, Václav Havel. Even Reduta is famous especially as jazz club, there are periodical shows of black light theatre from excellent author J. Srnec and pantomime. Randomly you can visit variety of theatre shows or just come to enjoy drinks at Saxophone bar! See you soon!
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The area
Neighborhood: Stare Mesto (Old Town)
One of the oldest neighborhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.
How to get there
  • national Ave • 2 min walk
  • bridge • 5 min walk
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Jackie N
Cheltenham, UK16 contributions
Couples
Band and singer good, drummer amazing! However the welcome isn’t friendly and the seating arrangements poorly laid out….so over filled difficult for people to get seated and up for a drink which made experience uncomfortable and frustrating at times. We sat near the exit so able to leave promptly at the end. Wouldn’t want to try and get out there in a hurry. Agree re comments on tips for coats being stored..almost forced to give one.
Written September 25, 2022
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Macros42
Dublin36 contributions
Not a great performance for Louis Armstrong hits. Trumpeteer and Pianist were excellent but the singer and double bass player not so great.

Layout of seating is odd - only VIP couches actually face the stage. For most of the area you are side on - crick in the neck results from turning towards the performers.

I've been to worse places - but also to a lot better.
Written August 26, 2022
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Ricky B
Dayton, OH36 contributions
Couples
We had dinner nearby that ran late and showed up after the show had started. They let us in for half price and sat us down in the front row. It is very old school. There are tables and chairs. The Jazz was by a local act, Tereza Krippnerová and the Masters. They were hot. They played two sets and we got some great Czech beer in between. This place is definitely worth checking out for live music. Amazing that this place has been around since the late 1950s and survived 30+ years of Communist rule. Highly recommended!
Written June 12, 2022
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c s
London, UK53 contributions
Couples
We paid roughly £12 each for entry to the Ella Fitzgerald night, which felt like great value for money.
The music was good, and the drinks were cheap but decent quality.

The only downside is the absolutely bizarre seating - I have no idea why it’s been laid out in such a way. Look past that though, and you’ve got a fun evening of good music ahead of you.

Well worth a visit when you’re in Prague.
Written February 2, 2020
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Alon R
17 contributions
Couples
Paid double for slightly better seats which are not worth it. The program said groove but it was not really. The band took a break of 20 min after only 5 songs so very little music for lots of money. Try to find a better jazz club
Written February 22, 2020
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VipRecordClub
Salzburg Region, Austria86 contributions
Couples
Go there, do a reservation. In the Vip tickets is a drink, better seats and a limited edition CD inkluded. We listened to the big band of the club and it was awesome.
Buying CDs and Vinyl is possible.
Written February 12, 2020
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Huo Long
Agia Paraskevi151 contributions
Couples
I decided to visit this club since I heard it is the best in town. So I arranged two tickets from Thursday for the show of Friday which was on Blues Music. The two tickets had a cost 500 Koruna and they told me on the phone to be there at 6.50pm. I did so. I arrived with my wife and they gave us relatively good seats. I spent another 300 for our drinks and the music show started at 7.05pm, played 40min the first part, then a small break and the second part ended at 8.45pm. The performance was not bad but the mood was just getting warm.Then suddenly the waiter and the responsible person informed us that the show was over and everybody had to leave the place or pay a new entrance ticket of 450 koruna!!! First time I see this in my life! Is this a cinema or a music club? Very disappointing and totally tricky behavior. No one had informed us about this and even in their site and in the special ticket-purchase site nothing was mentioned! So I had to drink fast my whiskey and leave. I went to a pub and got a beer, trying to calm down! To love so much the money is a sin but to act like this to customers is a very bad professionalism !!!
Written November 8, 2016
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COYDRCOY
Izmir, Turkey110 contributions
Couples
As we were at the same Big Band Consert with the previous reviewer,I have to admire and accept her positive feelings about the young jazz students and a bracket for the pianist and their handsome conducter but,the rest and the place was awful.We reserved seats two weeks earlier and attended there 90 minutes before the consert. Most of the sitting positions are STILL not looking to the stage but 90 degrees perpendicular as I remerbered from those old Clinton performing day and also 5 years ago, so we had time to take a back seat by the back wall,this time didn't have neck and back pain but saw lots of people "craving".Somebody must talk to the manager for this stupid sitting positions,we came there to listen jazz not for some artictic gymnastic configuration.......
Written November 22, 2012
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Wenovo
Morris County, NJ2,089 contributions
Couples
Oldest jazz club (from the fifties) in Prague with a great location near the National Theater. The US president Bill Clinton famously played saxophone here, shortly after the regime fell. The Czechs loved it, times were surely changing. Some of you may even remember that. However the establishment that is over 50 years old and survived the communist era is bound to still have some "blemishes" left.
So, whether you plan your evening around it or not is obviously up to you.
It is hard to rate or recommend, much is of course depending on your jazz expertise and expectations.
It is perfect for a bit of nostalgia....
Written March 19, 2015
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GibbsM
UK24 contributions
Solo
Booking was easy (and done rather last minute) and I was really looking forward to an evening chilling out and listening to some fine music. The price of the tickets was very reasonable - I even got a VIP one which does give you a seat very near to the stage. You get a few free drinks with the VIP ticket - these are from a fixed list and the glass of Brut that I was given was warm and flat. The seat I had was not very comfortable - quite a hard seat and a very straight back - not something you could relax into.

My main problem with Reduta was the standard of the music that they put on. I saw Event Horizon - a group featuring pianist Kristina Barta. They play a combination of original compositions and classic jazz numbers. I don't doubt the musicianship of the individual members of the band - the pianist and the guitarist were clearly very talented. But the band played like they had barely met before and certainly hadn't rehearsed the numbers more than once. The drummer was just horribly out, the bass player managed to end several notes on the wrong pedal note and the sax player just looked embarrassed - so much so that the pianist was making gestures to her to smile more. There were lengthy extra sections added to many songs because people forgot to come in for solos. It was comical but not that funny given that I could have gone somewhere else to hear something good.

Reduta need to vet their acts more carefully. This wasn't worth the money nor, most importantly, the time. Plenty of jazz in Prague - check what's on at Reduta carefully to make sure you know it will be good.
Written June 24, 2019
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