Warehouse Parties in Birmingham
No longer are warehouses bound by the laws of work, trading and storage. Warehouse parties are on the up, not only in Birmingham but the world over thanks to the unique spaces that they provide club nights and events alike. From all-dayers and garden parties to some of the biggest club names in the business taking to these clubs in Birmingham for their warehouse events, Brum has plenty of great spaces to offer the underground scene. Check out these clubs in Birmingham for some of the best warehouse parties in the UK's second city.
Another of Digbeth's clubbing venues that have utilised the nitty gritty warehouse spaces around them, Lab11 aim to bring underground music alive in Birmingham. Boasting a rowdy main room and hefty sound system the envy of many other clubs in Birmingham, Lab11 come alive on Saturdays thanks to their urban relaxed vibes and resident DJ's.
While strictly not a warehouse, Tunnel Club's Victorian train viaduct location boasts many of the same vibes that any club in Digbeth may do. Popular with cash strapped students and young party revelers alike, Subway City is an underground venue that play anything and everything from Deep House to the most delicious of 90s RnB.
Found in the swathes of one of Birmingham's cool and quirky warehouse spaces is a bar with a twist. Spotlight is a cool urban space boasting a fun blend of the industrial with the vintage thanks to its warehouse setting, chesterfield sofa's and luggage trunk tables. Head down on a Friday night in Birmingham for one of the best street food events in the city at Digbeth Dining Club.
One of the newest kids on the warehouse scene, this club in Birmingham have the most apt name possible. Born from the ashes of Gibb Street Warehouse, Warehouse Club have aspirations to be the next big superclub in Birmingham thanks to their huge capacity and clubbing visual light concept, LIGHTBOXX.
Possibly one of the most well known and biggest warehouse party venues in Birmingham, The Rainbow own some of Digbeth's finest warehouse spaces. Having seen the likes of Annie Mac, David Guetta and the UK's biggest House acts grace the stages at this underground venue, The Rainbow have already secured their top spot on the scene. With a rooftop mezzanine and pub to boot, The Rainbow are planning a Birmingham takeover.