Best Nightclubs in Newcastle

Are you looking to discover the best nightclubs in Newcastle?

Then we have you covered!

On this page, you’ll find the official shortlist all the nightclubs in Newcastle. (More in-depth further below). And, each with why its best to go.

Feel free to check out each nightclub’s official profile to find out more and to find out which is best for you.

We’ve also created seperate shortlists for each music genre you might like to hear at a club on your night out.

So check out these articles aswell:

Furthermore, you can get on the guest list or book a table with bottle service on some of the more exclusive clubs. We are happy to help you out with either.

The Best Places to go Clubbing in Newcastle

1. Bonbar Newcastle

Bonbar Newcastle is a club located in the heart of Newcastle city center. It employs master mixologists who can cater to all your needs. Moreover, the club is covered in fluorescent purple lighting, modern and sophisticated décor, as well as cozy booth seats. In addition, the club also has the perfect roster of DJs to get you in the mood to dance all night long. Moreover, the club also provides customers with a cocktail masterclass. These tasty cocktails are also happily affordable and not heavy on the wallet. Furthermore, the music playing in this club consists of party mash-ups to get partygoers in the mood to dance their nights away. The dress code prohibits trainers and sportswear. Lastly, entrance is limited to people 18 and above.

2. Digital Newcastle

Digital Newcastle is the perfect place to go clubbing in Newcastle. It hosts a variety of famous DJ artists and ensures that their customers enjoy a night of partying. Moreover, the club has four floors that all have the finest dance floors to motivate you to dance the night away. In addition, the club also hosts various themed nights such as Digital Mondays and Rebel Thursdays, with rock music playing in the latter to add to the theme. However, the music playing constantly throughout the club includes party mash-ups, house, and electro-pop songs. In addition, the door charge for entrance varies from day to day, but it also quite cheap. Lastly, there is no specific dress code requirement.

3. Jalou Newcastle

Jalou Newcastle is a unique club that offers theatrical and experimental cocktails for you. All their cocktails are made with the finest spirits with a unique twist. Moreover, the venue itself attracts a large crowd of people that are excited to try these sophisticated and tasty cocktails. In addition, the daily happy hour for drinks is between 4 pm to 7 pm. Furthermore, the weekends in this club include a party atmosphere with the resident DJs playing top tracks so you can party all night long. These tracks include party mash-ups among many more. In addition, the drinks here are also happily affordable. There is no specific dress code requirement and there is no door charge at the entrance.

4. Livello Newcastle 

Livello Newcastle rests on the new and vibrant quayside in Newcastle. This club combines modern cocktail mixing with tried and trusted vintage concoctions, which gives their menu a wonderful and unique twist. Moreover, the club offers unique weekly events, as well as live performances to showcase the local talent. In addition, the club also hosts famous DJs to provide funky tunes to dance to all night long. The music playing in this club ranges from electro-pop, garage to hip hop and RnB. Moreover, the dress code is also specific and emphasizes on smart casual. In addition, private table reservations are also available for a more intimate affair. Lastly, the age limit for entrance is 18 and above.

5. Madame Koo Newcastle

Madame Koo Newcastle night club is the perfect place to get drinks surrounded by oriental décor and jumping music. In addition, the club also has no rules and focuses on having a good time with the alcohol flowing. Moreover, this club provides a speakeasy vibe with hidden caves and tunnels, as well as booths and tables. Moreover, the dance floor also motivates people to come and dance their nights away. In addition, the playlist of this club includes old school classics on Fridays and anything else between pop, dance and indie on Saturday. The club remains open from 8 pm to 3 am on Saturdays. The club also offers people lessons on the art of cocktail making. These cocktails are also quite affordable. Lastly, the dress code consists of smart clothing.

6. Tup Tup Palace Newcastle

Tup Tup Palace Newcastle  is a luxurious nightclub that is famous for being a unique mix of bohemian vibes and eastern interior. This club resides in the heart of town and provides customers with indoor waterfalls, exclusive table service among many more. In addition, the club is almost always packed till 3 am, and all floors are filled. The playlist in this club varies from RnB, hip hop to house and electro, depending on the day you visit. Furthermore, the club also hosts high profile parties, which makes it the perfect spot to hold private functions. The drinks in this club are also happily affordable, and the dress code consists of formal attire. Lastly, the age limit for entrance is 18 and above.

7. Stein Bier Keller Newcastle

Stein Bier Keller Newcastle

Stein Bier Keller Newcastle  is Newcastle’s answer to alternative clubs in the area. The vibe of the club is deliberately of a loft party in New York that you happen to stumble upon. The club attracts a younger crowd of both college students and young professionals. They play the latest hits as well as some old classics thrown into the mix. The dress code is chic and hip but is not strictly enforced. They have a great drinks menu to choose from and their bartenders can whip up almost anything you desire. The venue is great for those who want to hang out with their friends and let loose. Every single day is a different theme where you can expect different music so make nights of contemporary music to old disco hits; they do it all! So the place is definitely worth checking out!

8. Powerhouse Newcastle 

Powerhouse Newcastle

Powerhouse Newcastle has been around since the late 90s and has always served as a safe space for people of all sexual orientation. The club has a strict no judgement policy which they enforce on patrons. You can express yourself however you please. Powerhouse has tons of fun events going on all the time including drag shows and more. The dress code is chic and casual; the crowd usually is well dressed. The drinks menu is extensive and the bartenders incredibly talented at their jobs. The vibe of the club is pretty modern. The music played is far ranging; from the latest Top 40 hits to rock and pop classics; Powerhouse tends to cater to all tastes in music!

9. Floritas Newcastle

Floritas Newcastle

Floritas Newcastle is possibly one of the most happening nightclubs in the city. It’s theme is that of a Miami bar and it does not disappoint. The drinks menu is quite exotic and matches the vibe of the place; casual Miami. The dress code is semi-formal but isn’t strictly enforced. You can choose to have small private parties at Floritas in one of their private rooms or book the entire venue for a big blow out! The price range is pretty mid tier and they have great party deals for bigger groups of people which you can pre-book and save a fortune on. The music played at the club is usually of a hip hop and RnB vibe with a lot of variations in between of everything from salsa music to jazz!

10. Perdu Newcastle

Perdu Newcastle

Perdu Newcastle is a relatively old on the scene but is still quite trending in the Newcastle club scene. It has a chill vibe but the patrons are usually young and dressed in chic clothing. The club is known for it’s edgy beats and amazing playlist. While it is only open three days a week, you should definitely put it on your list of clubs to check out! They have an outdoor lounge that has a killer vibe and possibly the best view in the heart of the city. It’s a five minute walk from Newcastle’s Central Station. A lot of times the venue has live music with great DJ performances. The drinks menu is also quite extensive and will make even connoisseurs happy!

11. The Cut Newcastle

The Cut Newcastle

The Cut Newcastle answer to alternative clubs in the area. The vibe of the club is deliberately of a loft party in New York that you happen to stumble upon. The club attracts a younger crowd of both college students and young professionals. They play the latest hits as well as some old classics thrown into the mix. The dress code is chic and hip but is not strictly enforced. They have a great drinks menu to choose from and their bartenders can whip up almost anything you desire. The venue is great for those who want to hang out with their friends and let loose. Every single day is a different theme where you can expect different music so make nights of contemporary music to old disco hits; they do it all!

12. House of Smith Newcastle

House of Smith Newcastle

House of Smith Newcastle  claim is only cemented by the fact that patrons line up for hours outside the venue hoping for a chance to get in. The club is what you would imagine Gatsby’s grand parties to look like. With a old world money air and a lively atmosphere; House of Smith has it all. Their drinks menu is extensive and their guest list well booked. The club is pretty pricey so you should have that in mind. They play a variety of music; Hip Hop to Hawaiian and more. They have theme nights ever other day so you can look at their upcoming schedule and go on a night when you know you’ll have fun with the theme.

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