Halo Party until dawn

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Here they party like crazy. With constantly changing DJs of international renown playing house, R&B and electronica, Halo lures party-goers four times a week for exuberant dancing on Grosse Freiheit.

Especially popular is the "Uniscene Experience" on Fridays, which - as the name suggests - is mainly, but not exclusively, directed at students. Since 2007 the SM bar has been located in the upper area of Halo. But don't worry: Although the name evokes other associations, all that happens here is peaceful and harmless dancing and partying - sometimes even until dawn at "After Hours".

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