Rolling Stones Moscow Club reviewed by Moscownightguide
Read the Moscownightguide review of club Rolling Stones Moscow. I cover all you need to know from a Moscow nightclub.
Where is Rolling Stones Moscow?
What kind of music do they play in Rolling Stones?
Standard club party music on the top floor. The lower floor is usually a bit more chill but has similar music.
What kind of people go to Rolling Stones and how is the vibe?
Rolling Stones pulls a pretty young crowd, one of the youngest in Moscow nightlife. You will find plenty of young students from 18 to 21 there. Folk over 30 will be a rarity. That means the atmosphere is usually quite loose and the parties are loud and long. Girls dancing on the bar, barmen putting on a show, you name it.
Rolling Stones features two floors. The lower floor is mainly people hanging out at the bar, so if you want to actually talk to someone, stay right there. Narrow stairs that really fit the student party-ish vibe of the club take you to the main floor where the magic happens.
Like in a lot of Moscow clubs, the main area is partly a terrace that is open air in summer. So similar to Gipsy you’ll be partying in bright daylight in the early morning during the summer months. The music is always blasting pretty loud and people are gonna be grinding and dancing on the dancefloor like it’s their last day. The best place to hang out and meet people is usually the smoking patio that is open air.
Rolling Stones has just a few tables and is quite different to a lot of clubs in that respect. Once in a while there will be concerts but compared to Gipsy and Icon the stage is really tiny. So must of the time it’s just the DJ trying to rile up the crowds.
When should I go to Rolling Stones?
Here’s where it gets complicated.
Rolling Stones gets actually a lot of people and the bouncers unnecessarily queue up people. Having a table or someone on the inside can be key here in order to skip the queue. Otherwise, you might end up waiting half an hour and longer. Come really early or come late to avoid the crowds. Rolling Stones Moscow also lasts late, so you can expect people here after 5am as well.