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Hörsaal Retro style bar

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Musical experiences in a sixties and seventies ambience.

The auditorium at Spielbudenplatz celebrated its birth in the so-called "Esso high-rises" of the time. Before that, the after-shave was located here. After demolition of the huge area, the auditorium moved to Talstraße and reappeared in squeaky colors, rounded corners and disco balls. The retro style corresponds to the music program, especially on weekends, when, for example, DJ Hacki fires up his "Beatbrauerei" or when the WhatDaFunk? sound system invites to the "Funkotronic" evening. Applications from newcomer acts are always welcome.

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CITY AREA PORTRAIT St. Pauli, the Harbour & the Reeperbahn

At Hamburg’s city coast, the Elbe and the harbour, you can just sit down and watch as ships, ferries and tugs pass by and enjoy the strong sea breeze. A few hundred meters away you can experience Hamburg’s world-famous “sinful mile” – the Reeperbahn.

St. Pauli, the Harbour & the Reeperbahn

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930 metres of nightlife & entertainment Reeperbahn

Not even one kilometre in length, and yet rich in contrast: the Reeperbahn is bright and shrill, vibrant and down-to-earth – and so much more than just “the sinful mile”. A hotspot for live music and famous for its party atmosphere, the legendary entertainment district in the heart of St Pauli is always worth a visit, offering anything from glamorous shows to colourful musicals.

Reeperbahn
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Highballs since 2012 Boilerman Bar

Stirred, never shaken. The Boilerman Bar specializes in so-called highballs. These drinks consist of a base spirit such as whiskey or gin and a "filler" such as ginger ale, tonic water or the like.

Boilerman Bar
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Eating, drinking, clubbing Herzblut St. Pauli

Herzblut: A fitting name, meaning "lifeblood", since the people of St. Pauli have partying in their hearts. A cross between a club, restaurant and cocktail bar is the ideal starting point for a night of partying on the Reeperbahn.

Herzblut St. Pauli

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