Posted by Bálint Gábor Dömök · May 8, 2014

Play whatever you want. Whoever you want. However you want. Ready for an elegant, insane and endless night in Budapest? It's coming. And it's closer than you think.


I think you already know a thing or two about the nightlife of Budapest. The special feeling that doesn't let your soul go. Follows you everywhere. In bars, in ruin pubs, in clubs. There is a classy joint you need to know about. It's called Club Play. A place where you can play anything. Where you can be anybody. Where you didn't have to bother lighting your cigarette – bartenders took care of it for you instantly. (Smoking is now prohibited by the law in indoor public areas!)

photo: clubplay.hu

Always a tremendous amount of people are playing their own games here. But it's still a club where you feel you know everybody's game. That odd feeling that you know them. The lights are seductive, the music beats faster than your heart, the colour of your drink matches your suit, and everybody is looking for a secretly sensitive touch around you.

photo: clubplay.hu

May the 16th will be a great journey for you, if you join us and let one of the best trance and progressive DJs, the famous american Markus Schulz take you to a fabulous party! Be elegant, be cool and enjoy the longest night of spring! Be part of the game. You know you're a good player.


Address: 17 Karolina Road (Karolina út) XI. Budapest, Club Play

Start: 22pm

You can get to Club Play Budapest by yellow taxis, tram line number 61, blue buses number 88, 212 and night bus number 960. Just don't forget to get off at Alsóhegy Street (Alsóhegy utca) stop!

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