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Signpost to Riff & Rotunde, © Tourismus NRW e.V.

Riff & Ro­tunde


Parties, con­certs and New York nights

On the side of the road op­pos­ite the main square, there are two of the city?s spe­cial clubs and live ven­ues. The Riff, which also calls it­self the ?Ber­muda­halle?, is a fa­vour­ite haunt among stu­dents. Parties, con­certs, low prices and a re­laxed at­mo­sphere make this long, nar­row club on two floors a high­light with its won­der­ful out­door area. On Wed­nes­days, un­der the dir­ec­tion of Pamela Fal­con, ?New York Nights? have now been per­formed for nearly two dec­ades. Right next door is the Ro­tunde. For a long time, this ven­ue, which shows clear traces of its past as a rail­way sta­tion, was closed. Fi­nally, it has now been re-opened. As well as an ex­cel­lent res­taur­ant, there are se­lec­ted con­certs and parties here, with techno, hip hop, soul and party clas­sics.

Fur­ther in­form­a­tion
Kon­rad-Ad­e­nauer-Platz 3, 44787 Bo­chum

Ro­tunde: www.ro­tunde-bo­chum.de

Riff: www.riff-bo­chum.de

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