Marseille is a nightlife heaven, and those looking for something to do after dinner can find live music venues, bars, nightclubs and even an opera and theatre here. You can have a cocktail on the sidewalk, visit a 3-floor pounding nightclub with different music on every floor or grab a cocktail under the sunset on the beach. You can catch a show by legendary punk and alternative bands in a former historic movie house, or you can sneak your way through a secret door in an unassuming shop to find yourself in an authentic 1920s speakeasy. Check out some of the best things to do after dinner in Marseille where the party doesn't end till the sun comes up.


    L'Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe

    Catch a light opera or play in a historic cinema house

    The Municipal Odéon Théâtre is a historic performing arts venue in the heart of the Marseille city centre that offers a wide range of live entertainment shows. It was originally a cinema that opened in 1923 and lasted until 1996 when it made its transition to the current performing arts venue. Here you can see everything from the Three French Tenors to 'Pinocchio', light opera and traditional stage plays. If you're looking for a night at the theatre, the Municipal Odéon Théâtre may well have something to entertain and thrill.

    Lokalizacja: 162 La Canebière, 13001 Marseille, France

    Otwarte: (Hours by scheduled performance)

    Telefon: +33 (0)4 96 12 52 70


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    Bar de la Relève

    Have a cocktail on the sidewalk in bohemian surroundings

    Bar de la Relève is in the heart of the Saint-Victor district and stands out from surrounding bars with a bohemian bourgeois atmosphere, great drinks and laid-back surroundings. Here the tables spill out into the streets and you can enjoy elegant but casual indoor cocktails or craft beverages right on the sidewalk. This is the place to be if you're into the artsy side of France, or if you're just into people watching. The bar is located 15 minutes from the city centre and just blocks away from the waterfront, so it's a quick jaunt for a romantic walk along the shore.

    Lokalizacja: 41 Rue d'Endoume, 13007 Marseille, France

    Otwarte: Monday–Saturday from 8 am to 10 pm, Sunday from 10 am to 4.30 pm

    Telefon: +33 (0)4 95 09 87 81


    Café de la Plage

    Relax with fruit cocktails on the beach at sunset

    Café de la Plage is a terrace bar on the beach facing the ocean where you can get a gorgeous view of the sunset while sipping fruit cocktails. It's located just south of the city centre and is popular among the young and hip crowd, so it's something of a party atmosphere. This is the place to come for tanned bodies, loud music and dancing, and for those looking to see and be seen. The speciality cocktails are on the sweet side, but you'll also find a solid selection of beer and wine for those whose palate runs to different flavours.

    Lokalizacja: Escale Borély, Avenue Pierre Mendès, 13008 Marseille, France

    Otwarte: Daily from noon to 3 pm and 7 pm to 11 pm

    Telefon: +33 (0)4 91 71 21 76


    Le Bazar

    Dance all night in a club geared for the younger set

    Le Bazar is a club that's geared towards the younger set in their late teens and early 20s and features themed nights and outdoor dancing. It's located near the Parc du 26ème Centenaire and is open from October through April for indoor partying and from May through September for outdoor dancing under the stars. Among the most popular events held weekly is the Thursday kitsch night that features '80s- and '90s-themed music and activities. The venue even offers its own ice bar. It's a clubbing adventure for the younger nightlife set looking to enjoy the trendiest top hits combined with old-school dance music.

    Lokalizacja: 90 Boulevard Rabatau, 13008 Marseille, France

    Otwarte: Friday–Saturday from midnight to 6 am (closed Sunday–Thursday)

    Telefon: +33 (0)6 58 52 15 15


    Carry Nation

    Sneak into an authentic 1920s speakeasy … if you can find it

    Carry Nation is dedicated to evoking the spirit of prohibition and is deliberately difficult to find in a clandestine location with a real 1920s speakeasy-type vibe. The bar is hidden behind a plain-looking shop with a secret door in the back. You'll also need a secret code to get in. The end result is a real authentic vibe. After you find the place, you can enjoy their classic and speciality cocktails, but no food will be found, just liquor. The only way to get in, however, is to book your evening. The bar offers no hours and no address. Only by contacting them can you get the code, the hours and the location.

    Telefon: +33 (0)9 50 26 01 66


    Le Trolleybus

    Find your music among 3 floors with distinct vibes

    Le Trolleybus is located in a building along the old port dating to the 17th century that was originally a weapons store and offers 3 different clubs with a range of distinct vibes. Here you can enjoy a more refined experience at the whiskey bar, head for a dance club or enjoy the latest in underground punk rock. Each floor has a different experience, and the musical styles here range from house and electro to soul, funk, pop and rock. No matter what your tastes in drinks or music, you're sure to find something to love about the experience here.

    Lokalizacja: 24 Quai de Rive Neuve, 13007 Marseille, France

    Otwarte: Tuesday and Thursday–Saturday from midnight to 6 am (closed Sunday–Monday and Wednesday)

    Telefon: +33 (0)4 91 54 30 45


    Opéra de Marseille

    Take in a traditional opera in a classic venue

    The Opéra de Marseille is colloquially known as the Opéra Municipal and is a city opera company located in a historic building dating to 1924. Marseille was the second city in France to have its own opera house, with the original house being built in 1685 and a subsequent theatre built in 1787 that was destroyed in a fire. The current theatre in the heart of the city centre, which replaced the second, seats 1,800 people in a classic urn shape with a gallery, 2 balconies and 3 rows of box seats. It also preserves historic elements of its predecessor including the box office and stone colonnade. It has been described as an art deco temple.

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    Lokalizacja: 2 Rue Molière, 13001 Marseille, France

    Otwarte: (Hours by performance)

    Telefon: +33 (0)4 91 55 11 10


    Dock des Suds

    Explore the multicultural heart of Marseille music

    Dock des Suds is a shining beacon of the multicultural heart of Marseille offering the best in world music performed by some of the biggest stars from across the globe. You won't find just Top 40 dance or rock music here. Rather, you'll see artists drawn from every variety of music and locale from South Korean K-pop artists to music from Cameroon. You'll find the heart and soul of local colour here and an unbeatable music scene that's unlike any other venue in the city. For those looking to experience something a little different in Marseille, this club might introduce you to a new favourite music style in the heart of the city centre.

    Lokalizacja: 12 Rue Urbain V, 13002 Marseille, France

    Otwarte: (Hours by performance)

    Telefon: +33 (0)4 91 99 00 00


    Espace Julien

    Have a drink where artists and fans come together

    Espace Julien is a live performance venue specializing in contemporary acts with an eclectic lineup of multicultural music from up-and-coming locals to world music, jazz and hip-hop. Not only does this venue in the city centre showcase outstanding music acts, but it also offers rehearsal space and lessons to burgeoning artists and hosts a multitude of cultural events throughout the year. The on-site cafe allows you to sit with a cup of coffee or cocktail amid surroundings that evoke the musical culture. This is the place where musicians and music lovers meet to perform, listen and exchange ideas.

    Lokalizacja: 39 Cours Julien, 13006 Marseille, France

    Otwarte: Monday–Saturday from 10 am to 6 am (closed on Sundays)

    Telefon: +33 (0)4 91 24 34 10


    Le Moulin

    Catch legendary punk and alt-rock bands in a historic cinema

    Le Moulin is in the city's Saint-Just area and offers the best touring bands from the world over. It's housed in a former cinema house dating to the 1950s. The venue boasts 2 concert halls and has hosted everyone from George Clinton to Oasis, the Deftones and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds over the years. If you're looking for the place to go to see the best in legendary underground indie acts or modern up-and-comers, Le Moulin may be just what you're looking for. The 2 venues hold 1,500 seats and 350 seats, respectively, so you'll have just the right intimate atmosphere to enjoy your favourite act.

    Lokalizacja: 47 Boulevard Perrin, 13013 Marseille, France

    Otwarte: (Hours vary by performance)

    Telefon: +33 (0)4 91 06 33 94


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