While not strictly a club per say, Revolution can still give it a whole heap of welly when it comes to parties on the weekend. Host to a regular rotation of DJs and brimming with dancing feet come sundown on the weekend, the clubbing feels at Revolutions are still strong come any Friday or Saturday night in Bournemouth.
Clubs in Bournemouth
Trailing your way down to Bournemouth on any a night out, you won't be surprised to find fellow kin doing the same. A heralded seaside plot known for its late night antics, and sticks of rock, our clubs are buzzing with party antics come sundown. From notable DJs to regular, raucous affairs, clubbing here is a mighty, and enjoyable part of any weekend. Check out our recommendations for some of the best clubs in Bournemouth.
One of the most notable Bournemouth clubs on the scene, and heralded for their live gigs and DJ nights, The Old Fire Station is a mecca for students and indie kids alike. Found in a grade II former fire station, and noted for its famous and Bournemouth DJ events, The Old Fire Station is a must-try in town.
An award-winning nightclub located on Exeter Road, Halo impresses with its scintillating sound and visual displays, bustling balconies that overlook the dance floor and a raucous party atmosphere. It's a huge hit with a younger crowd, with students and young professionals rubbing shoulders on a packed out dance floor to a mix of house, chart and party anthems. Co2 cannons, celebrity guests and dancers are all commonplace at Halo.
A cornucipia of clubbing cool, the 1 million pound refurbishment that has been channelled into Cameo has turned it into a wonderland of late-night fun. Whether you're tucking into thigh slapping stand-up at their Jagger's Comedy Club, enjoying a cocktail masterclass in their Myu bar, or hashing out shapes in their main club, you're sure to have a raucous night on the Bournemouth tiles.