It was gradually revived by various companies (Dunz Wolff, Just Music etc.). With the arrival of the club Uebel & Gefährlich on the fourth floor, the party and music culture was finally established. Since then Hamburg has gained a location that impresses not just with its location, but also with the great acts that perform here.
Uebel & Gefährlich keeps accumulating awards – and this doesn’t even take into account the venue; the club is located on the fourth floor of an air-raid shelter from the Second World War. There’s something like a golden rule in the sense that whatever happens in the Uebel & Gefährlich stays in the Uebel & Gefährlich. After all, the metre-thick concrete walls prevent any mobile contact with the outside world, and the same goes for the booming bass. But anyway, who needs the outside world when there is a crowd of 1,000 people partying inside?
Some nights there is a parallel party taking place in the Terrace Hill, which is even further at the top of the building. As the name suggests, the Terrace Hill includes a terrace with a spectacular view of Hamburg. The parties that are hosted here are as diverse as Hamburg’s music scene, from 1920s-themed events to electro, hip-hop and mainstream – and the audience is just as diverse. In case you fancy an excellent cocktail before a party or concert, just pop over to the Little Phi, which is located on the other side of the road. At the Little Phi, trained barkeepers serve novel cocktail creations amidst a laid-back setting with cool industrial design.