Are you on the lookout for the most poppin’ Hip Hop clubs in Brisbane?
Then we have you covered!
On this page, you’ll find the official shortlist of the best hip hop clubs in Brisbane. (More in-depth further below)
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Electronic dance music (EDM) has lately been the fuss of the town, people especially adults are now more prone to listening to EDM than other genres. The reason for its popularity can be due to the adaptability of EDM into different genres and to the fact that it can be played on different sets of musical instruments. Nevertheless, EDM undoubtedly creates a loud and pumping beat, enough to raise the blood in your veins. The music is perfect for a high electrifying dance to the beat. Imagine the beats of EDM blended with the ecstatic nightlife of a big city like that of Brisbane. Exciting right? Stay with us because we have enlisted some best EDM clubs of Brisbane, having all the potential to drive you Insane.
1. The Met Brisbane
Just huge! This is literally Brisbane’s biggest nightclub. The multi-levelled venue offers an astonishing three levels with four different dance floors, each one with it’s own DJ. Electronic music reins here, in a variety of styles. Drum’n’bass, trance, psy; if you like electronic music of any kind, there is a night for you. In fact, The Met is proud of throwing in an indoor rave party every now and then. The club doesn’t spare expenses in bringing in international talents to disk jockey their many dance floors. Their sound desks have seen DJs from the UK, the U.S., Japan, Israel and others. They keep a regular calendar of events and shows. Check their website for more details.
2. Sky And Lotus Brisbane
Located in the heart of Brisbane, is this glamourous city bar/night club. The classic venue in Brisbane’s nightlife offers an upper class luxurious experience, at the same time as maintaining an urban culture and lifestyle. Sky is for the bar. On the top level, Sky Bar has a panoramic view of the surroundings. You can sit for drinks a catch a glimpse on what is happening below, on the bustling Brunswick St Mall and Wickham Street intersection, in the Valley.
3. Prohibition Brisbane
Most people don’t know this, but it was during the prohibition era that many of today’s cocktails were born. Since drinking was illegal, those drinking against the law would try to disguise their drinks in order to make them appear alcohol free. The Prohibition Brisbane does not leave the history of its name slide. The venue is fully decorated and designed to give their patrons the feeling that they are somehow being cheeky and sneaky, drinking and partying the forbidden night away.The venue is proud of using mostly recycled materials for creating this 1920’s atmosphere.
Clubs like the met, sky and lotus, and prohibition provide a great space to relive all the stress of a hectic day. Want to grab a jug of beer or want to dance all night long? These exciting clubs are welcoming enough and are open seven days a week. So if you are new in town or just a tourist exploring some thrilling clubs, this list can come in handy.