G'day mate and congrats on turning 18! Now how about a chipper little party on one of the busiest nightlife strips in Birmingham? Head down to Broad Street and make your way into one of the most raucous Aussie bars in Birmingham. From themed nights and surfed up decor to economical drinks prices and DJ nights, Walkabout is a buzzing bar all week long.
Clubs for 18 Year Olds in Birmingham
You've made it to 18, woohoo! And you're ready to explore the biggest and best nightlife Birmingham has to offer. There are heaps of clubs in Birmingham brimming with young party folk who are out for a good time. So check out our recommendations, and now you can, why not work your way through our list of the best clubs for 18 year olds in Birmingham.
Indie anthems and Motown classics make this club in the city centre a must for party-ready students. Whilst you shouldn't expect glitz and luxury, what Snobs lacks in glamour it more than makes up for in atmosphere. A mecca for Birmingham's young indie crowd, it's basically one huge student party with tunes you have to sing and dance too and drinks prices so cheap they will blow your socks off.
The Institute is not just one of the best music venues in the city, but they also through a mean club night too. With multiple rooms holding several hundred people and the best in indie and more playing through the speakers, this is a great club to visit once you've turned 18.
Part of the popular chain, Revolution is a bar on Broad Street well known for offering some of the best nights out whatever day of the week. Revolution have tasty cocktails and with great drinks deal, they taste even better! Lodge style booths and an intimate dance floor make this bar a hit for pre-drinks and all night parties alike.
One of the rowdiest clubs in the Arcadian, Indi Bar is a go-to destination for those who head out late and continue the party all night long. Head here for the best pop tunes and some of the best nights out around.
Tucked away under the railway arches in the Jewellery Quarter is an underground club with some of the liveliest parties around. Tunnel Club is a hit with students in Birmingham boasting 7 rooms and a laid back party atmosphere.
Not just one of the biggest music venues in Birmingham, The O2 Academy is also a mecca for indie and alternative club nights. Propaganda embraces all things indie rock and roll with frequent guest DJ's from the likes of James Corden, Greg James and Scott Mills. Always a wild one with smashing drinks deals and a whopping great dance floor, it's an ideal fun time party bar in Birmingham.
Suki10c is the independent, cool venue that you've been wanting to go to since you turned 18. This Birmingham creative hub delivers a tonne of cool music, hosting one of the most popular reggae nights, and also delivers on house when the time cools. Best bit? They are probably one of the cheaper ones on this list.