Electric Circus, Guide & Review
For the past six years, Electric Circus has been at the forefront of music, hospitality, and nightclubbing in Adelaide, continually establishing industry standards. On a weekly basis, Electric Circus welcomes interstate and foreign guests on Thursday and Saturday nights, as well as the odd Friday for a special Onelove reunion or Special Event…
From Justice to The Bloody Beetroots, 2manyDJs to The Crookers, Dirty South to Calvin Harris, there’s something for everyone. Not to mention Aston Shuffle, TV Rock, Fakeblood, Ruby Rose, and a slew of other big stars who’ve graced the Electric Circus stage… The city’s modest underground nightclub, Crippen Place, is today considered an Adelaide tradition. Rihanna even said it was “one of the nicest Australia clubs she had ever visited…”
We’re always reinventing ourselves, the service we provide, and the party we throw… What’s stopping you if you’ve never gone, and if you have, you know you’ll want to come back soon!
Electric Circus, which was formerly awarded Australia’s top club, has three floors in its complex, making it one of Adelaide’s most diversified and popular nightclubs. This facility remains one of Adelaide’s genuinely elite subterranean clubs, with Rocket Bar & Rooftop on the upper floors, Mr Kim’s on the ground level, and Electric Circus on the basement level. Electric Circus is popular with individuals who want to dance the night away to dance, electro, trance, and R&B, and is accessible via a narrow laneway behind Hindley Street (just around the corner from The Rosemont).
In Adelaide, my favorite club is Electric Circus. It’s open on Thursdays, Saturdays, and Fridays on occasion. The music is mostly electro, and the club has some of the top resident DJs, including Loot and Plunder, who were recently awarded the best DJs in South Australia by In The Mix. Almost every week, the club hosts national and international visitors. Ruby Rose, Sinden, and Uffie are just a few of them.