The Turock at Viehofer Platz, © Jule Körber

Vie­hofer Platz

Genu­ine Ruhr­pott bliss.

Playing billiards and noshing up on food from € 1,90 (Spaghetti Pomodoro) to an Argentinian Steak in the Nord filled with the sound of Rock, refueling on a bit of Rockabilly- flair in the “Don’t panic” and finally moving on to the legendary metal disco: Turock. They can be combined but are just as great to be enjoyed separately. The Viehofer Platz offers space for a different scene. Especially in summer during the Turock-Open.Air weekend, which Peter Sievert successfully decoupled from the Essen-Original-Festival, when the city center’s periphery is drowned in high voltage guitar sounds.

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The sign of Café Nord, © Jule Körber
The Café Nord at Viehofer Platz, © Jule Körber
The sign of Don't Panic at Viehofer Platz, © Ole Löding
The Turock at Viehofer Platz, © Jule Körber

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Südrock, © Michael Wrede


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The Bermuda3Eck at daytime, © Tourismus NRW e.V.

The Pop-Trail Bo­chum

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View towards the Bermuda3Eck, © Tourismus NRW e.V.

Ber­muda3Eck Haupt­platz

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FZW crowd, © FZW

EX- Folk­club Wit­ten

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Former JZE location today, © Jule Körber

EX-Ju­gendzen­trum JZE

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Poster Music Circus, © Tourismus NRW e.V.

(Ex) Mu­sic Cir­cus Ruhr

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The Unperfekthaus, © Ole Löding


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Matrix Crowd, © Matrix


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The location of the Grugahalle, © Jule Körber


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The Die Horst-Schimanski-Gasse, © Jule Körber


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