Belfast is a wonderful city with much to offer today’s visitors. If you are looking for some nightlife suggestions and nightclubs are your thing, then look no further! The following article takes a look at just 10 of Belfast’s most exciting nightclubs…
1. The M Club
One of Belfast’s most popular clubs, the M Club is ideally located in the city centre, surrounded by lively pubs, clubs and restaurants. The music changes depending on the night of the week, with Tuesdays and Thursdays offering a mix of dance, RnB and chart music, and Fridays celebrating 70s music with Groovy Train. Saturday night always attracts a crowd is commercial dance and always packed.
The Limelight is a bar, nightclub and music venue on Belfast city’s Ormeau Avenue. The property features The Limelight nightclub, a bar called Katy Daly’s, and Spring & Airbrake. Auntie Annie’s Porterhouse, which is located on the Dublin Road, is also owned by The Limelight. The Limelight is a happening venue that showcases up-and-coming artists. Bands such as Oasis, Artic Monkeys, Blur, The Strokes and many more have gigged here.
Rain Nightclub is one of Belfast’s newest and hottest nightclubs. Open seven nights a week, Rain offers two dance floor venues with a different theme each night. There is an outdoor garden onsite for your convenience and there are great drink promotions run on a regular basis.
4. The Globe
The Globe, also known as the Elms, is a very popular student club showcasing top national and international DJ’s. Take the opportunity to sing along to your favourite songs with The Globe’s highly popular karaoke sessions..
5. Bar Seven
Bar Seven is a designer bar and restaurant on the first floor of the Odyssey Pavilion. Revellers can begin the night with an excellent meal from the a la carte menu, enjoy a unique cocktail, and party the night away to a wide range of music.
6. BT1 Bar
BT1 Bar is a modern and hip-hop venue with comfy booths. Seating and dancing areas are second to none.
Lavery’s is one of Belfast’s oldest run family-run bars and has been at the centre of Belfast’s nightlife scene for almost a century. With 5 different venues extending over three levels, there really is something for every age and taste at Lavery’s.
Shine is a nightclub that was started in 1995 by local DJ Alan Simms. Located in the Mandela hall, which is part of Queen’s University, this is a popular spot among students. This club has no formal music policy, but techno is just one of the many themes on most nights. DJ’s and live acts that have played in Shine include: Carol Cox, Deep Dish and Green Velvet to name a few.
Enjoy one of the friendliest, safest and most successful niteclubs in the UK when you come to Coach. Established more than 30 years ago, Coach has played host to some of the world’s favourite bands and the most celebrated D.J.’s.
10. Roxy Nightclub
Roxy Nightclub on Great Victoria Street blends New York loft style with ‘industrial chic’ styling. Soak up the exciting atmosphere under the low lights every Saturday as DJs get the crowds going with dance floor anthems and retro favourites.
So there you have it, just a selection of some of the best nightclubs to visit when in Belfast.
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