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Summer Nights in Beijing: The city's hottest dance clubs

2014-06-11 09:59:02




Dada Club

Dada is probably the best club to reach for anyone who enjoys alternative electronic music. Located at Gulou Dongdajie,this hip, mid-sized DJ bar maintains a dark, cool atmosphere and a chich interior decor. They have a decent-sized dance floor with plenty of couch space and a musical repertoire that boasts a wide variety of alternative sets; they play anything from drum ’n’ bass and skweee to psytrance and cold wave (among other avant-garde genres). Drinks are relatively cheap at around 25-40 RMB for drafts and cocktails, and the service is incredibly efficient.

Moreover,due to its high credibility as a reliable live venue,Dada has attracted a number of internationally famous artists to perform there.

This location is one of the most interesting night clubs in Beijing. If you’re looking for a place with compelling, alternative music, Dada is definitely your spot.

Where: Rm 101, Bldg B, 206 Gulou Dong Dajie鼓楼东大街206号 B楼 101室

Opening Hours: Sunday to Friday 9pm-2am; Saturday 9pm-5am

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