When then Mojo Club opened at the beginning of the 1990s, it was the "place to be" because it definitively enshrined club culture in Hamburg.
The hip hop and dancefloor jazz evenings were of the highest quality, and the so-called "Dub Conferences" held here, where the people on the dancefloor were soaked in bass, are also fondly remembered. Which is why old and young dance enthusiasts are delighted that the legendary Mojo Club has opened its doors again for more long nights.
Off to the ground
Step by step you descend to the club, the music is getting louder and louder, and your belly tingles with excitement: that’s how the night kicks off in the Mojo Club. The entrance is located right on the Reeperbahn through an opening in the ground that remains closed and almost invisible during the day. Thus, rather than attracting random guests, the Mojo Club pulls a crowd of regulars that are considerably older than your average Reeperbahn visitor. In return, guests can expect a one-of-a-kind nightlife experience away from the mainstream.
The Mojo Club has been around since 1989 and, despite its closure in the meantime, has long established itself as one of the finest and most relevant jazz clubs. The jazz tunes played here are often interwoven with a bit of R’n’B, hip-hop, soul, or funk. Since it is all about taking in the music, the furnishing is rather minimalistic, with a very large dance floor and two bars. In the early evening, the Mojo Club also plays host to live performances, so it is definitely worth taking a look at the online schedule.