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TICKETS AND INFORMATION

Bratislava Information Centre (BIS), Klobučnícka 2, Tel: 54 41 17 07.
City Culture Centre, Uršulínska 11, Tel: 54 43 29 42, open Mon.-Fri., 14-18.
PKO, Hviezdoslavovo námestie 24, Tel: 54 43 38 67, open Mon.-Fri., 10-12,13-17.


MUSIC CLUBS, PUBS

17's, Hviezdoslavovo námestie 17. Occasional live music concerts on Fridays and Saturdays.
Aligátor, Laurinská 7. Jazz and blues concerts on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Charlie's Pub, Špitálska 4. Great dance place Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
Galéria Duna, Radlinského 11. Friday and Saturday disco. Music from rock, rave and 1980's music hits. Located at the university's former atomic bomb shelter.
Gremium, Gorkého 11. Occasional live piano playing concerts.
Harley Davidson Salon, Rebarborová 9/a. Nightly discos around the boxing ring.
Hystéria Pub, Odbojárov 9. Fantastic jazz concerts on Wednesday.
Kelt, Hviezdoslavovo námestie. Music evenings turned into disco on Friday and Saturday.
Kráter, Vysoká 14. Discos on Friday and Saturday, occasional adult entertainment.
Montana's Grizzly Bar, Live concerts on Saturday.
Piano Bar, Laurinská 11. Piano and jazz concerts on Mondays.
Prašná Bašta, Zámočnícka 11. Restaurant with good music and occasional live concerts.
The Dubliner - Irish Pub, Sedlárska 6. Occasional live concerts on Fridays.
The Jungle, Obchodná 42. Live jazz concerts on Mondays.
U-Club, Pod hradnou skalou (under the castle, 100m from the New Bridge). Friday and Saturday rave music parties hosting international DJ's.

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