Jazz concerts, Jam Sessions, Big Bands as well as up-and-coming artists from the region - that's what's on a regular basis in the Jazz-Schmiede (roughly translates as Jazz Forge). You can visit more than 100 concerts per year. The atmosphere: cozy! With good acoustics and a beer bar, a medium-sized stage and plenty of chairs, the Jazz-Schmiede is a mixture of pub and small venue, the staff is friendly and relaxed. If you like music or even love jazz, you should definitely stop by. Tuesdays at the Jam Session - always accompanied by an opener band - the admission is even free.

Watch out! Jazz-Schmiede takes a summer break from mid-June to the end of August. We recommend to check the program on the website:

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Himmelgeister Straße 107g
Entrance via: Ulenbergstraße
40225 Duesseldorf

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Bus: 723, 827, 835, 836, 893, NE7 (Stop Moorenstraße)
Tram: 701, 706 (Stop Moorenstraße)
Tram / Subway: 704, U71, U73, U83 (Stop Uni-Kliniken) 10 minutes walk
Bus: 780, 782, 785, SB50 (Stop Uni-Kliniken) 10 minutes walk

Opening Hours

September to Juni
Jazz concerts usually start at 8:30pm
Jam sessions (tuesdays) start at 8pm


Entrance fees vary depending on the event and artist

The reduced ticket price applies to members of the Jazz in Düsseldorf e.V. (and one accompanying person), pupils, students, Federal volunteers and severely handicapped persons (with free entry for a required accompanying person). Upon presentation of the Düssel Pass, a discount of 50% on the normal price applies to own events by Jazz in Düsseldorf e.V. Visitors under the age of 18 receive free admission to concerts in the Jazz in Düsseldorf e.V. (with the exception of third-party events and "On Stage" events).

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