Indie Club Nights in Glasgow
You're probably already aware that Glasgow loves dance music, but what about indie? Well you're in luck if you're a fan of all things alternative, because there are plenty of indie club nights in Glasgow to keep you happy. New to the indie scene? We've got you covered. Here's our picks of some of the best indie club nights in Glasgow, from big clubs playing popular indie tunes to smaller venues with a more laid-back vibe. Checked button up shirts and battered old Converse are mandatory.
Friday at the ABC is home to Propaganda, which we hear is the UK's biggest indie club night. Propaganda has been bringing indie classics and guest DJs (such as the boys from The Inbetweeners, The View, Greg James and The Cribs) to Glasgow for a few years now and is still going strong today. A fun and fuss-free indie club night in Glasgow.
Not only is Bunker a great pre-club venue, they're also open 'til 3am on the weekends, so why not stick around here and see what their club nights are all about? Saturday nights are the place to be for indie fans, with DJ Toast spinning all the best alternative rock anthems with some student favourites thrown in. A great indie club night in Glasgow if you're not in the mood for hitting a big club.
Nice 'n' Sleazy is so cool it almost hurts, which is probably why it's known for being one of the best indie clubs in Glasgow. The upstairs bar always has a DJ playing some tunes, with the downstairs club area open to people who prefer to dance with a drink in their hand. This bar is the perfect place for a laid-back night and the chilled out vibe means that you don't need to get too dressed up.
The Flying Duck is the go-to venue for indie lovers and people who want something alternative for a night out. Their monthly club schedule is constantly updated and changing, so keep an eye on their events and for your perfect night out. The Flying Duck leans towards more old school indie music and is a small but perfectly formed place for an indie club night in Glasgow.