Introducing a new job placement program for a major language school in Prague, Czech Republic (300+ teachers).  Set up a call with us and find out more.

Trainer Talk: The Prague Music Scene

One of the things that often unites our TEFL Worldwide students is a love for music. And Prague is an excellent place to discover and indulge this. The live music scene in Prague is diverse and vibrant, offering a wide range of genres and venues to suit different tastes. From classical concerts in historic churches to underground clubs hosting indie bands, Prague has something for everyone when it comes to live music.

Prague has a rich classical music tradition, with many orchestras, chamber ensembles, and soloists performing regularly invenues such as the Municipal House, Rudolfinum, and the Estates Theatre. Also, a Christmas concert at Prague Castle is a must (even if a little cold).

Prague also has a thriving indie and alternative music scene, with numerous clubs, bars, and concert venues showcasing local and international talent. From intimate basement bars to larger venues like Roxy and MeetFactory, there are plenty of opportunities to discover new bands and artists. You might even bump into a TEFL graduate or two performing. There are also some great places to test the waters if you are unsure of your own music abilities with open mics at Zizkovsiska, Brix Hostel and Coffice plus many more.

Electronic music fans will also find plenty to enjoy in Prague, with a growing number of clubs and festivals dedicated to techno, house, and other electronic genres. Clubs like Cross Club, FUCHS2 and Storm Club are known for their hard-hitting techno beats.

One festival that really sums up Prague’s music diversity is Žižkovská Noc, also known as Žižkov Night, an annual cultural event that takes place in the Žižkov district of Prague, Czech Republic. During Žižkovská Noc, the streets of Žižkov come alive with various artistic performances, exhibitions, concerts, and other cultural activities. The event celebrates the unique character of the Žižkov district, which is known for its vibrant atmosphere, artistic community, and alternative culture scene.

12 venues over 2 days open their doors to all genres of music from Dark Country to Blues to Scream Rock and metalcore (plus this year at least two bands made up of TEFL Worldwide alumni). It’s a great chance to explore the basement bars and backrooms of Žižkov.

And this is all just Prague, there are a number of music festivals all over the country in the summer that brings together people from many backgrounds. Taking a course with TEFL Worldwide can give you contacts and make you friends that can either kickstart or reawaken your love of music!

Join the team on an upcoming TEFL course where in just 4 weeks you can be teaching English abroad.

TEFL Worldwide was awarded as the Top TEFL Certification Course of 2018 and 2019!

Courses offered monthly at

Award for best teach provider 2020Award badge for top rated TEFL programme 2019Award badge for for top TEFL certification 2018


Did you like the article? Share it with friends!