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Nikki Tiger

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© Nikki Tiger
© Nikki Tiger

Stylish, different, in: In May 2018, opened the Japanese-inspired Nikki Tiger opened in the same spot as the former popular Ego and Villa Nova electro-clubs.

But here, more has changed than just the name. Between Pop Art, plush and paravents, the audience sips good drinks, dances to House and Hip-hop or uses the outdoor terrace with its red-and-white Chinese lanterns as a backdrop for parties.

Little Tokyo

The lower room is illuminated by a large light installation with the club’s logo and some light artwork – giving guests an impression of modern-day, forward-looking Tokyo. On the floor above, the setting is a bit cosier, with geisha pictures, velvety couches and some dark hidden corners. A special highlight is the terrace, which is adorned with little red lanterns.

Dresscode and entry price

Even though the official dress code can be summarised as “black is beautiful”, you will also encounter more colourful night owls, because there is no way you can be overdressed in the Nikki Tiger. For circa € 10 entrance fee, you get an exclusive party atmosphere offsides from the get-drunk-fast bars in the Kiez.

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