Best Clubs in Glasgow City Centre

Glasgow has some seriously banging clubs in the city centre. From cool student clubs to dance music clubs that have been around for more than 20 years, these venues and late night haunts are a diverse bunch and you're guaranteed a great night out here. Whether you're looking for chic surroundings with private booths and bottle service or a sweaty basement rave, have a look at our picks of the best clubs in Glasgow's city centre. 


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Sub Club

5 user reviews 4

Glasgow City Centre club, The Arches, is something of an institution. You'll find students flocking there on a Tuesday for discounted entry and cheap drinks but if you're a more seasoned raver, head down on a Saturday night for the world's longest running house music night, Subculture. There's a reason why the Subbie has been around for more than 25 years and it shows no signs of slowing down yet.

Kushion

2 user reviews 4

Kushion is the place to be for a bit of celebrity spotting - One Direction's Harry Styles was spotted here just a few months ago. If you're a student, you'll already know all about their Tuesday club night, Juicy Tuesdays, as it's one of the most infamous student nights in Glasgow. If you're not a student though, worry not, as Kushion is open four nights a week.

The Garage

8 user reviews 4

Open 356 days a year since 1994, The Garage knows a thing or two about hosting a brilliant club night. With a different themed night every week, it's safe to say there's something to please everyone. Party animals will love the bouncy castle and hot tub and the more reserved types will enjoy the indie tunes in the Attic Bar. If you're after something a bit fancier, book the VIP bar and enjoy your own private booth with bottle service.

O2 ABC

4 user reviews 4

ABC is the host of three of Glasgow's busiest club nights and has a reputation for being one of the best clubs in the city centre. Thursday is a big student night, with cheap drinks and chart music, Friday is all about top indie tunes featuring guest DJs every other week and Saturday is, well, more or less a mix of Thursday and Friday.