Any jazz club in either Kaohsiung or Tainan?

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Any jazz club in either Kaohsiung or Tainan?

Postby Brezzeu » 15 Mar 2010, 01:07

Hi, I am looking for some good music don't know where to find.

Thanks.
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Re: Any jazz club in either Kaohsiung or Tainan?

Postby Akisan2 » 13 Nov 2011, 04:09

Our friends took me to a nice jazz bar Baren Biergelden in Tainan.
It's not a venue but they serve drinks and it was a cozy little bar. It's off Chihkan st, and it is tucked in the small ally next to a Japanese restaurant.

http://zh-tw.facebook.com/pages/B%C3%A4 ... 15?sk=wall

pretty cool place. I'll go visit more often once I move there!
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Re: Any jazz club in either Kaohsiung or Tainan?

Postby tsukinodeynatsu » 17 Jun 2012, 06:09

Joe Bar, in Shennong St! It's easy to find.

Weiyangge (next to Ambassador theatre) has a jazz night once a month now.

There used to be one on Youai St, next to Qingnian Rd, but I think that one shut...

(These are all Tainan, btw)
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Re: Any jazz club in either Kaohsiung or Tainan?

Postby PinchielinOruru » 22 Oct 2014, 15:45

The JOE BAR has only cocktails, wine, Beer & Non-alcoholic beverages.
You can try the great cocktails, and listen to the live music.

JOE BAR
Openning Hours: Tuesday-to-Sunday 08:00 PM - 03:00 AM
ADD: No.96, Shennong St., West Central Dist. Tainan, Taiwan 70059
TEL: 06-2201306
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