Saturday Nights in Birmingham
Party people unite! Are you ready for the most raucous and party packed evening of the week? You've got a lie-in the next day and you plan on making the most of it with an evening out in Birmingham. From DJ nights and cracking basslines to warehouse parties in Digbeth that will knock your socks off, Birmingham has a great Saturday night in store whether it's in the city centre or on the outskirts of town. Check out a collection of recommended evenings and venues to visit on a Saturday night out in Birmingham.
Last updated on 23rd March 2017
There's nowhere else you need to consider for your Saturday night out in Birmingham now that Be At One have come to town. Known for their big love of good times, cocktails and dancing, Be At One is a top destination for taking advantage of the skilled bartenders and the late licence until 3am.
Saturday nights have come alive once again as Foliee returns to Lab11. Jimmy Switch and Lindsey Matthews are bringing their distinctive DJ styles, along with a host of guest spots, to the show that’ll last until the early hours of the morning.
It's 8pm on Saturday night and you're stumped, you want a unique venue in Birmingham serving up unique vibes that will impress your not-so Brum friends. Head down to Potion at The Jekyll and Hyde for a free evening of DJ fun and £4 cocktails that will amaze your tastebuds and tantalise the eyes.
Inject a bit of German-themed fun into your Saturday nights in Birmingham with the Bierkeller. Featuring everything you love about Oktoberfest right here in the midlands, there’s long tables, traditional outfits and delicious, huge steins. But don’t get too settled down: soon the Oompah band will be here and the whole hall will be on their feet.
The Lobby On The Hill are making your Saturday nights a whole lot more fun as they put on 990-minute cocktail classes. Learn the art of mixing, muddling and shaking as the bar staff teach you the tricks of the trade, and there will be plenty of sampling to get you in the party mood.
It was once a secret daytime party in the Jewellery Quarter; it’s now one of the biggest parties in Digbeth. Celebrating its second year at Digbeth, the DJs will be bringing you the best in bass, grime, house and UK garage until the early hours of Sunday morning.
Change things up this Saturday night at Reggaeoke at Cogs in the city centre. There will be a mad mash of reggae vibes, massive tunes and plenty of chances for you to get up and sing.
If you're looking for the best place to catch your indie fill on a Saturday night in Birmingham then give Loaded at Snobs a go. Playing nothing but alternative and the cheeky little sliver of Motown from the DJ booths, Loaded is a must visit Saturday venue for Birmingham's indie patrons and quirky kids.
With DJ's Chris Shaw and Colin H at the party helm every Saturday night at Sobar, you can be more than promised and evening of hollering House tracks and clubs classics that will have you fleeing to the floor. Blend in with Birmingham's young, stylish and party savvy at this fun time party bar in Birmingham every weekend.
Get your glad rags on and head to Bambu for one of the biggest Saturday nights in Birmingham. With space for up to 800 of you party revellers, Spin Saturdays are a hit with students and a young weekend crowd looking to make the most of this 6 hour DJ night. With house, hip-hop and dubstep filling the speakers as well as dapper drinks deals, this swanky club in Birmingham has all the ingredients for a cracking Saturday night.
Classy cocktails and a suave club, Nuvo know how to deliver a great Saturday night in Birmingham and boy do they love it. At 'We Love Saturdays' you can start your evening off in the cocktail lounge where their resident DJ spins soul and deep house tunes. The move it on up to the glitzy clubroom where the champagne is flowing from the bar and club classics stream from the speakers.
Looking for next-level fun this Saturday in Birmingham? Taking tips from the exclusivity of clubs like Berghain and Chicago’s Warehouse, Amusement 13 has created a haven for cutting edge sounds, positive vibes and exclusive fun.
Head down to one of Birmingham's cool and quirky bars for an evening of premium DJ entertainment and unexpected fun. Host to a different DJ nearly weekend, no two nights are the same at Juqebox at The Rose Villa Tavern with everything from House to Indie gracing the Jewellery Quarter airwaves.
There are few better ways to spend your Saturday morning than at a Birmingham Wine Tasting Experience. Everyone from a beginner to a wine connoisseur are invited to sample over fifteen different wines, before being served a fantastic three course food and wine matching.
To kick of Outlook Festival in style, The Rainbow Venues are hosting a night dedicated to Drum and Bass. Top acts from around the country and beyond will be bringing the tunes, all you have to do is dance until the early hours of the morning.
Manic mosh pits, rowdy alternative kids, pocket friendly drinks and some of the biggest rock nights out in the city....there could only be one answer. Hosts to everything from Breaking Bad themed parties to some of the biggest rock gigs in the city, Uprawr is a night for the city's alternative party people to get giddy.
Try something a little different for Saturday in Birmingham as The Girl From Mars brings their own brand of narrative rock shows to Britpop. Oasis, Pulp, Blur, Supergrass and more are brought to life using storytelling and special effects, including a UFO drone, burlesque dances and a giant robot.
Found at one of Birmingham's most well known independent music venues, Live It Like You Love it is a night for laid back indie patrons to get their DJ fill. Boasting DJ sets from Tom Holloway, Tommy Greaves and more, The Sunflower Lounge promises indie jams and hot soul stompers come rain or shine every Saturday night in the city.
For twelve hours the Rainbow Venues Festival 2017 is bringing the best in underground House and Techno music, over 9 unique stages packed with pyrotechnics, and laser and lighting technology. They’ll also be celebrating food and art, with an exhibition being hosted in the space and six award-winning food traders being invited.
What are Saturday’s for if not for raving? Raveology made a name for themselves years ago for throwing big party after big party, and now it’s time for the 2017 Drum and Bass Awards. What are they going to do? Well, if you’re ready for it, you’ll have to find out…
Saturday night clubbing is what the weekend was made for, so get yourself down to Spotlight for ZOO, a night dedicated to the best vocal house, nu disco and deep soul funk tracks out there. The night will be hosted by Midnight Riot Records’ Yam Who? & Judge Funk and other guest DJ talents.