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This page is being created by users of the Punk Rock Group to provide travellers who have a good taste in music with sources of information. So for your convenience you find a list below that consists of links to sites where you can find out what to do or who to see at the place you're going to.
Let's keep this page as DIY as possible, remember : punk rock is not for sale !

If you can help, please do. If your country isn't yet in the list, just create a new paragraph, or even a regional sub-chapter.

This article is a stub. You can help by expanding it.

Contents

Worldwide

Africa

North America

Canada

USA

New York city

South America

Asia

Indonesia

Japan

Malaysia

Philippines

South Korea


Australia

Europe


Austria

Wien

Belarus


Belgium

Brugge

Liege


Bosnia & Herzegovina


Bulgaria

According to those people :

" OK, so the situation in Bulgaria is very different than in the other European countries.

There are no squats and autonomous centres!

There are problems with Nazis in cities like Sofia and Plovdiv, so you have to be very aware of this, especially if you're with a mohawk and dress like a punk.

Varna was much better, but the only DIY punk club was closed by the police two months ago and there is nothing happening right now there.

Bulgarian and Serbian are the most untolerant to gay people societies in Europe. 80% of Bulgarians are homophobes and some kind of nationalists. Punk shows are two types: completely apolitical or nazi-friendly. The hardcore scene is into tough guy macho beatdown or NYHC stuff without political messages. Very patriotic, sexist and homophobe.

There are environmentalist with a hippie attitude, some rastas and drum&bass fans that are cool people, but don't have any relevant political culture. There are bikers and they have a NGO called Bikevolution, they're cool people, but normal looking people with prejudices on punx with mohawks etc."

Unfortunately, my short experience there confirm this more or less :(

BikepunkTalkCS 15:32, 9 September 2009 (UTC)


Croatia

Pula

Zagreb


Czech Republic

Praha


Denmark

Copenhagen


Estonia


Finland

Helsinki

Lahti

Lappeenranta

Tampere

Turku


France

Amiens

Angers

Angoulème

Bordeaux

Bretagne/Britany

Caen

Grenoble

Dijon

Lyon

Paris

Saint Etienne

Robiac

Toulouse

Tours

Marseille

  • LE SEUL PROBLEME self-managed social center. 46 rue Consolat / 13001 Marseille.
du mardi au vendredi : 14h - 20h
samedi : 10h30 - 19h
dimanche : 14h - 20h


Germany

Berlin

All in all, just walk around in Friedrichshain, especially down Rigaerstraße, and you'll come across plenty of old squats/house projects with bars and venues and all kinds of political activities.

Flensburg

Hamburg

Kiel

Lübeck


Greece

Athens

kavala

Thessaloniki

Volos

Hungary


Italy

Milan

Torino


Latvia

Kuldiga


Lithuania

Vilnius


Macedonia


Netherlands

Amsterdam

Den Haag

Leiden

Rotterdam

Utrecht

Norway

Oslo

  • http://www.blitz.no/ : an old squat with political activities, vegan/vegetarian cafe and punk shows


Poland

Biała Podlaska

Częstochowa

Gliwice

Lublin

Łódź

Poznan

Toruń

Warsawa

Wrocław


Romania

Bucharest


Russia

Moscow

Samara

St. Petersburg


Serbia

Belgrade


Slovenia


Spain

Bilbao

Barcelona

http://usurpa.squat.net/index.html


Sweden

Luleå

Malmö

Stockholm

Umeå

Uppsala


Switzerland

Lausanne


Turkey

Istanbul


Ukraine


United Kingdom

Brighton

Bristol

London

Manchester

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