The Ampere music venue and nightclub is part of the Muffatwerk in Munich’s trendy Au-Haidhausen District. It’s not really a nightclub, but the weekend parties are nightclubish. The Muffatwerk is a former power station built in Art Nouveau style, serves as a major energy supplier for Munich to this very day - for the arts, culture and youth scene, however. The interdisciplinary program is inspired by the idea of a multicultural, future-oriented and urban contemporary culture. The audience is provided with a cutting edge agenda and plenty of space is given to the creation of synergies between the fine arts and youth culture. Consequently, Muffatwerk is setting standards for the city of Munich in the field of music culture. Right here, for the first time ever, HipHop events as well as Drum'n’ Bass club nights and ambitious DJ happenings of the electronic music scene took place on a larger scale. Check out the Panda Party video below for some Ampere atmosphere.
On weekends, and especially on Saturdays, the Ampere also functions as a nightclub with changing themed parties, such as the Halli Galli Drecksound, which features HipHop, Reggae, Dancehall, Bigbeat, House, Elektro, Rock, Clubtunes, Mash-ups/Remixe, Trash and more; JALLA Worldmusic Club – an eclectic mix of Balkan beats, Greek and Arabic pop, Afrohouse and Latin mixed with hip-hop and dancehall; Born To Dub with Dub, Roots, Steppas & Basslines, Soundsystem, etc.; Did we mention the open end beer garden of the Muffatwerk? The entrance fee varies be event and the time you arrive. Sometimes you’ll get in for free, sometimes for €5 before 10pm and for €10 after midnight... Check out the Panda Party video below for some Ampere atmosphere.
Address: Zellstr. 4
Opening Hours: the beer garden next to the Ampere is open daily from noon and it’s best you get the info there, as the program and the opening hours of the Ampere changes from one event to the next.