Indie Clubs in Birmingham
Commercial music not your thang? Well then ladies and gents, don those lego haircuts and those polka dot dresses as you Indie Cindys will be frolicking around the dance-floor to some of Indie's best tracks and tunes. From super clubs to urban haunts in Digbeth, Birmingham has a plethora of Indie clubs to choose from whether you're after sit down drinks or floor stomping nights out. Check out our recommendations for the best indie clubs in Birmingham.
Known for being one of Birmingham's most popular and buzzing Indie clubs, Snobs promise 2 rooms worth of stonking Indie classics and vintage mixes all week long. Also known as being one of the most bank friendly venues in Birmingham, if the great music doesn't get you, the great prices surely will.
If you're not heading to the O2 Academy for one of their 1500 people heavy gig nights then a Friday night in Birmingham could be another great bet. Home to Indie club night Propoganda, the O2 Academy spin some of the very best in festival favourites and Indie hits well into the early hours of the morning with Brum's Indie massive out in their droves.
The Sunflower Lounge might be hidden away from the party streets of Birmingham, but it's got as good a vibe as any. A two floor bar with a gig venue downstairs, The Sunflower Lounge bring in resident DJ's with a strictly Indie policy. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights are your best bet for an Indie filled night of fun at The Sunflower Lounge.
Everyone knows about the Hare and Hounds, the notorious gig venue in Kings Heath. Not only can you come here for beers and live indie music, but their DJs aren’t adverse to playing their fair share of indie tracks too.
Not only will The Asylum settle your inner Rock demons, they'll appease that little Indie monster inside you too. Host to Indie gigs and even more Indie tunes, The Asylum is a down to earth and raucous little music venue in Birmingham that will lay claim to some of the funnest indie nights out you'll ever have.
If Indie dancefloors aren't your thing but good old fashioned Indie gigs are, then make sure to give canal-side pub The Flapper a visit. Host to some of Birmingham's best local talent and biggest Indie patrons, this pub in Birmingham is awash with the cool and collected music loving crowd of this vibrant city.