Fluc is an anarchist party experiment gone right—a rugged-looking night club in the formerly “dirty down Prater” that has grown into its role as a major club venue. Showcasing alternative nightlife culture from the start, Fluc has been built from the bottom up to the level it is today.
It couldn’t have been done, of course, without the support of Viennese city subsidies—their blood, sweat, tears and love of the underground. It was and still is on the cutting edge of programming, even way back when it was only a little bar out in the middle of then-“Nowhereville”, near Praterstern station.
Two spaces are on offer: the Fluc Cafe on the top floor showcases wacked-out live, experimental, electronic and indie acts (including the monthly indie-electronic party Kleines Fische), while bottom level Fluc Wanne can only be described as a sound bunker for electro and disco parties like Elektro-Nix Gang Bang, Pling Plong, and the breaks party “Addiction” designed to encourage patrons to go all-fours-to-the-floor during peak hours.
Come early to enjoy a free concert at the Fluc Cafe before sliding in between the two levels all night long.