European night clubs reviews and photos

Fasching

Fasching

Contacts

Country: Sweden

City: Stockholm

Address: Kungsgatan 63, Stockholm, Sweden

Phone number: +46 8 20 066

Photos

Johan Lindström Septett. Goosebumps !!!
Johan Lindström Septett. Goosebumps !!!
17/2
17/2
Didn't get enough yesterday. Someone who has room in ...
Didn't get enough yesterday. Someone who has room in ...
tired: concert pics wired: concert sketch drawings
tired: concert pics wired: concert sketch drawings
abulous Louisiana Avenue
abulous Louisiana Avenue
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Reviews

#1
When it comes to experiencing a true respect and admiration for different types of Jazz/Blues and Hip-Hop both locally and from around the world, it is the place to visit. The sound system in the locale could use some adjusting, since the sound you hear varies slightly throughout the room, but that is a minor complaint. Aside from the great services they provide, you frequently see the staff actively listening to the concerts as well. Keep an eye out for the night jams they sometimes hold. It is nice way to wind down after work while hearing musicians jam away
Review by Elvan Dark

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#2
If you love jazz, should definitely attend the concert here.
We have a lovely night enjoying the music with a couple of drinks.
Remember to reserve the ticket or arrive earlier to get a ticket if it's a popular jazz player/band. Good to arrive early to get a good seat also
We sat on the stage floor and the sounding was good.
Review by Phibappé Tengelgren

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#3
Of the 3 jazz clubs I visited while in Stockholm, Fasching was the biggest, fanciest and grandest. The crowd was also the oldest looking, with about 25% being tourists, including myself.  I walked in rather late at around 10pm, no seats available and plenty of standing room.  No one stopped me for a cover charge, yay!  I think the cheapest beer was less than 50SEK.  The bartender was friendly enough and spoke perfect English.

Not sure who the band was, but they sounded American, talked like they were American, and they sounded good!  Definitely worth a visit if you like jazz, but don't want the seriousness of Glenn Miller Cafe or Stampen.
Review by Chun P.

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#4
This lovely, cozy venue would help me weather even the coldest, darkest Swedish winter if we ever moved here. There is a bar area at the front, where folks were jamming informally before the set, and friends could grab a drink before the show. Inside, there are tables on the floor, very close to the stage, and upstairs. There is standing room in the bar area or to stage right.

The crowd is a good mixture of young and old -- and included on the night we went, our five year old boy, whom the staff welcomed without any fuss whatsoever. We heard Badi Assad, a Brazilian woman of mixed Lebanese, Italian, Portuguese descent. She was phenomenal, her nuanced, flexible voice as versatile as any great instrument, her guitar playing alternately soothing as a lullaby or bright and warm as polished brass.

We are a family that is passionate about music, and we had the privilege of living in the epicenter of NYC's jazz scene for many years. Our children cut their teeth at Smalls (and later Mezzrow, it's new sister venue), the Village Vanguard, the Blue Note. Fasching Jazzclub would absolutely hold its own among our favorites at home.

Ticket prices are on par with what you'd pay in NYC. The quality of the music is on par with what you'd find in NYC. There are reasonably clean bathrooms and good beers on tap. This is a true gem of a place.
Review by Jane D.

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#5
I was visiting and saw there was a jazz club near my hotel so I was psyched. I walked over and bought a ticket...about $35 US..without looking up the artist. I figured even bad jazz is good enough jazz! Unfortunately the band playing was not jazz at all. It sounded more like a gospel group singing slow ballads. The crowd was 45+ and the set up of the venue was weird, barely any seating. I unfortunately ended up walking out because the music was so bad and it was just awkward in general. I guess it's my mistake for assuming there would be jazz at a jazz club.
Review by Katherine J.

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#6
Fasching is the one and only true club for live jazz/funk/r&b/funk etc music in Stockholm. Great atmosphere! Fasching is a rather small club which gives you a very near feeling with the musicians. And the entrance fees are very moderate.
Review by 343magnush

Source: https://www.tripadvisor.ru/

#7
It is an iconic jazz club with live music, well known and favored by the locals since it opened in the 70’s, offering a retro atmosphere and differing from the most night clubs in the city.
Review by Robson Cadore

Source: https://www.skyscanner.net

#8
A real jazzclub in the city center. Swedish jazz is world class so going there is a must. They also have pretty cool dj sets, Club Soul is a personal favorite.
Review by Linn Snellman

Source: https://www.skyscanner.net

Description

The coolest jazz club in town plays host to some of best international acts around, which is enough to recommend this place in itself. But even better is that when the last trumpet blares Fasching turns into a dance club, playing everything from the guilty pleasures of the 70s to the hottest dance tracks of today.

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