Best Glasgow Clubs

It attracts some of the world's hottest DJ talents, it hosts some of the UK’s coolest club nights and it boasts some seriously thumping venues. With killer sound systems, slick surrounds, and an up-for-it party crowd, Glasgow punches well above its weight in the clubbing stakes. Whether you’re a dubstep darling or a hard house hopper, check out our guide to the best clubs in Glasgow.




Sub Club

5 user reviews 4

This little basement room is renowned as being one of the best clubs in Glasgow, as well as the UK. Within its walls, top DJs have taken to the decks, epic club nights have kicked off, and thousands of serious dance heads have got down and dirty with banging tunes. With infamous nights like Subculture and Optimo capturing the hearts of many a Glaswegian, Sub Club is an absolute raver must-see on Glasgow nights out. 

Bamboo

5 user reviews 3

One of the most potent nights out in town, Bamboo is a Glasgow nightclub that knows how to party in style. A popular haunt for Glasgow's undergrad population, students flock from afar for cheap drinks, cracking tunes and a rollicking party. With epic club nights, toxic themed parties, and guest celeb DJs often taking to the decks, Bamboo is the place for a wild night out and student parties in Glasgow. 

Nice 'N' Sleazy

5 user reviews 5

Something of an institution on Glasgow's clubbing scene, Sleazy's is a pleasure palace of affordable liquid refreshment, boisterous beat happenings and a party atmosphere unlike all others. Expect a roster of house and guest DJs, pumping out a mix of garage, dubstep, grime and house, as well as the occasional bout of rock and roll, soul and new wave. This a certified quirky club in Glasgow to get your grubby mitts on. 

O2 ABC

4 user reviews 4

Indie kids come a' flocking for some of the busiest club nights in Glasgow. Get your party on three nights a week to a raging blend of indie, electro, disco and pop. Yes, this place might be commercial and yes, tunes may be more watered down than some of Glasgow's more hard core rave dens, but the queues show that whatever the ABC is doing, it's working for Glasgow's bright young students. 

The Sanctuary

5 user reviews 3

This place is Glasgow's haven for day partying turn midnight clubbing. The Sanctuary boasts a terrace space like no other in the city with room for 200 people and a log fire on the go for when the temperature drops. Once you venture inside you'll find yourself taking in a cool Glasgow club feel reminiscent of Berlin with LED lit ceilings and an underground grit to it. Hosting international DJs on the regular, the nights are big and long.

The Berkeley Suite

4 user reviews 4

Far swankier than the rest of our clubbing picks, The Berkeley suite wears art-deco style and is clad with plush velvet finishes for a night out with a bit of a vintage, seductive edge. But that's not to take away from it's repertoire of global DJs and musical talent that this place boasts. Whatever music you're into, their dance floor is the perfect set up for a place to go clubbing in Glasgow. 

La Cheetah

1 user review 4

A pumping little underground club, La Cheetah is located in the downstairs basement of Max's in Merchant City. With a banging blend of electro, house, dubstep and techno, La Cheetah is a fuss free venue where the music speaks for itself. For something a little different, this is one of Glasgow's best clubs to see great DJs before they break big. La Cheetah and its whopping sound system is a good spot to catch great talent on the cheap. 

The Garage

8 user reviews 4

The biggest club on Sauchiehall Street, The Garage is a hedonistic haven of lush drinks and raucous parties making for one cheap Glasgow club. With something on every night of the week, this student favourite draws undergrad revellers in their droves for knock down prices, quirky parties and banging club nights. Six rooms with a thumping blend of indie, electro, house and pop, The Garage brings in every night. 

Campus

4 user reviews 3

Restaurant-bar by day, banging club by night, you can only expect a good time in Glasgow's self-styled 'First Frat House'. Expect mayhem, delicious beer and a collection of the city's best DJs spinning everything from chart, dance to RnB. The American style haunt is also known to throw in a few live bands to really spice up your clubbing life.