Karaoke Bars in Birmingham
Bored of belting out classics in your room at home? The mirror not making much of an audience and looking to take your talents to the stage at one of Birmingham's best karaoke nights? Then try out one of these great venues and dabble in the very best in microphone magic. From private karaoke booths perfect for a hen/stag party to centre stage karaoke nights, we've racked our brains and looked into all the microphone fun the city has to offer. So without further ado, check out our recommendations for the best places to find karaoke nights in Birmingham.
Last updated on 16th February 2017
Karaoke booths at Reflex on the ever-vibrant Broad Street are perfect for rowdy hen/stag nights and Birmingham's adventurous weekend crowds. Offering waiter service, a private room, bubbly and party packs a plenty, you can glitz up in your finest and belt out your favourites with friends without having to display your awesome karaoke talents to the public.
Karaoke done right should involve the entire crowd, build everyone up and be centred around having a great time – this is exactly the vibes that Reggaeoke will be bringing to Birmingham! Sing and dance along this Easter Weekend in night of great reggae beats and even better company.
As one of the city's wildest late-night venues, the first thing the team at Walkabout did was create a karaoke night. The venue itself is full of all the things you love about a central city location; huge projector screens showing the latest live sport, a bar stocked full of all your favourite drinks and a sound system perfect for any budding musicians out there. Grab the mic, let your hair down and show off your best Liam Gallagher impression to the city's fun-loving crowds.
Catering to a vibrant and varied crowd, Viet Moon is a restaurant bar cum karaoke joint with traditional Vietnamese charm. Private karaoke rooms mean that parties can be held behind closed door, with only your close friends and family bearing witness to whatever comes out of your mouth. Completing the night, the traditional Chinese and Vietnamese food served by the restaurant acts as the perfect accompaniment to soothe your singing throat.
Missing in Birmingham's Gay Village serves up a weekly, music-themed treat every Tuesday. The weekly karaoke night draws in crowds from across the city and offers a fun-loving way to let loose. With a number of stunning performances by the venue's own hostesses, the night will be framed by amazing vocals, belly-aching laughter and the best Diana Ross impersonation Birmingham has to offer.
Combining a delicious Pan-Asian buffet with all the best things we love about karaoke, the team behind Ming Moon on Hurst Street serve up music-lovers a frivolous night out in Birmingham. The venue itself is divided into a number of areas, but any Aretha Franklin wannabes should head to the private-dining contemporary karaoke room, where a full-stock machine is at your disposal.
Decked out with 10 individual booths, and with a bar and kitchen continuously producing delectable treats for would-be Whitneys to enjoy, Birmingham's Karaoke Box is committed to offering guests a carefree night of awful/amazing singing. Each booth is themed and decorated differently, including one room which dons the London Underground look. Grab your mates, grab a drink and let loose at this devil-may-care venue in the heart of the city.
Think Sunday's in Birmingham should be reserved for Sunday roasts and sing-a-longs? So do Harborne Stores funnily enough. A traditional pub favoured by locals, you won't be hard pushed to find a karaoke machine, bursting full of classic 80s tracks and charming local songs. Frivolous and rewarding to all those who dare, you'll struggle to find a better way to spend your Sunday in Birmingham.
Birmingham comes alive on Friday and Saturday nights, when the Eden bar opens its stage to brave and adventurous Karaoke kings and queens. From 9 PM until late, you can pit yourself against Birmingham's finest performers for the chance to win £300. Is your inner Whitney Houston ready for the challenge?