The Hague, Netherlands
Club / Indoor & Outdoor / S – 500-2k
Underground, Live music
Have a knack for the underground? PIP’s electronic beats and dark atmosphere will take you right into the heat of it.
The club first saw sunlight in 2007, settling at the eastern edge of The Hague Center. PIP stands for ‘Primus Inter Pares,’ a Latin phrase meaning equal to its peers but taking things to new heights; the club surely lives up to its name.
The greenery and picnic benches in PIP’s outdoor area give off a cozy vibe, and the boxing arcade machine is a fun way to let off some steam. Inside, the nightclub has two rooms featuring a dark interior, lamps lining the ceilings, and a kid’s yellow convertible hanging up in one room.
The underground club champions local talents. PIP doesn’t just host up-and-coming artists; amateur DJs can practice on the nightclub’s CDJ2000 and Technics 1200 to up their game every Wednesday.
Electronic music is the PIP club’s anthem. From live acts that will keep you coming for more to participating in festivals like The Crave Festival, PIP is a force to be reckoned with.
PIP isn’t just a nightclub; it also organizes workshops, exhibitions, and theater shows, drawing a young and hip local crowd.
PIP should be on your list in The Hague, thanks to its mysterious air and gifted DJs.