Clubs & Parties in Rostock

There are so many ways to get the party going in Rostock. With a music spectrum stretching from rock to electro, from classics to cult hits, either in small clubs and right up to huge venues, there’s something for everyone here in the city. Music lovers, footloose dancers and night owls will find a number of great locations in the city, or even in the Warnemünde nightlife.

Concerts in Rostock

Student clubs

In terms of student clubs, Rostock is well on track. The clubs have seen different generations of freestyle dancing and enjoy cult status with their audience. Insider's advice: good timing ensures free entry without long queues. Be a part of it: Theater des Friedens, Studentenkeller, LT , ST, Peter-Weiß-Haus, Bunker, Stadtpalast, Zwischenbau and M.A.U.

Evening mood in the city harbour of Rostock

Beach or city harbour

People also like to celebrate outdoors: at the beach, of course, or at the city harbour. While you are in Rostock, pay a visit to the popular mile on the quay side from the shipyard triangle to the wooden peninsula (Holzhalbinsel. The city harbour area on the left side of the Warnow is especially popular for barbecues and chilling.

Partying in best company

Bar night with friends

Round off the day

Beer, cocktails, long drinks or other sparkling, effervescent or bubbly competitors: the bar scene of the Hanseatic city is diverse and KTV in particular offers a particularly colourful mixture of different pubs - there is something for every taste and lifestyle. The spots are located between Brink, Barnstorfer Weg, Waldemarstraße and Doberaner Straße. You can enjoy the perfect sundowner with a view of the sea in one of Warnemünde's beach bars.

Concert in Rostock

Parties & Events

During the KTV festival, the whole town between Margarethenplatz and Brink is involved. Another popular highlight in early summer: the Brewery Festival. For students, annually recurring events such as the Campuserwachen and Campustage are a "must" on your schedule. The events, concerts and celebrations during Warnemünde Week and the Hanse Sail are more maritime.

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