• Facilities:Multiple dance floors
  • Crowd:Gay Friendly
  • Door policy:Relaxed
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    The Schwuz is a thirty-year-old Berlin institution. Formerly located in Kreuzberg, the club has recently moved to Neukolln, and offers gay friendly parties every Thursday through Sunday.
    The venue has a very industrial warehouse feel, with graffiti-covered walls, light installations and tall ceilings. The atmosphere is friendly, casual and extremely welcoming. Inside you will notice three separate rooms all differently themed; Pop, Rock, Indie, 80s hits or Electronica—you can find it all at The Schwuz.  Their most prominent parties include their weekly “Madonnamania” and Britpop “London’s Calling”. However, the Schwuz hosts much more than awesome parties; you can come see some incredible art installations, as well as LGBT-friendly talks and presentations.
    The crowd here is on the younger side, but the club encourages variety amongst their guests. The Schwuz stands for the liberation of homosexuality but opens its arms to all broadminded individuals.  The door policy is fairly relaxed, and you can get a discount on entrance fees if you arrive before midnight.

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