This club is only open twice a week, and the party here doesn’t get started till late, but then it keeps going until the early hours of the morning. There are two bars and a dance floor with a capacity of 300 people. These parties attract a fashionable crowd, so expect ‘face control‘ at the door and dress up for the occasion.
A large bar with three different party zones, the night kicks off here with some cocktails and usually ends with dancing on the table. Dancing is further incentivised with the most popular tunes and seductive go-go dancers to keep the crowd moving.
A secretive and private apartment-like bar that turns into a club towards the evening. It is set up with different zones depending on what you’re in the mood for that particular night. There’s a shisha room, a karaoke area, and, of course, a dance floor. Getting in is not straightforward. You’ll need to call in and acquire a password that changes every evening.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have a fresh start every day, like New Year’s? At Purga, this becomes possible, since every night is New Year’s Eve at Purga, celebrating in Russian style. Decorating Christmas trees, lights, watching the president’s speech and then welcoming in the New Year at midnight. The hosts will keep you busy with fun games and, of course, lots of dancing.
This St Petersburg music establishment has recently been renovated and expanded. There are now two music halls, a summer terrace and a bar. There are events held here on a daily basis, and at night local, alternative bands perform for a dancing crowd. Most music events are subject to ticket fees, so scroll through their website for upcoming shows and prices.