Top Ten Clubs in Glasgow
Glasgow has some pretty freakin' brilliant clubs. From thumping little dance clubs to banging big-name DJ clubs, fun party clubs and glam exclusive clubs, this city is awash with great nights out. So, when it came to whittle them down to just ten, it was tough work, but hey, that's what we're here for. So, without further ado, let us introduce to you, our pick of the Top Ten Clubs in Glasgow.
Sub Club is undeniably one of the top ten clubs in Glasgow. With an esteemed 25-year history of churning out some of the most talented DJs, most acclaimed club nights and most discerning clubbers in UK dance music, this Central Glasgow Club has a lot to answer for. With cult status among the dance community worldwide, regular nights like Subculture, I Am, Sub Rosa, and Return to Mono, make up only some of this great basement clubs' banging roster of stomping DJ sessions.
One of the most glamorous and exclusive clubs in Glasgow, Sugar Cube earns it's spot in our top ten clubs in Glasgow for it's swanky VIP lounge, it's cool decor and it's fabulous crowd. One of the best places in Glasgow for some seriously glam partying, we've also been known to spot a celeb or two within the sparkly walls of this Merchant City club.
La Cheetah, is an unsuspecting basement club in Merchant City, that doubles up as one of the top venues to catch hot DJ talent. Nestled below Max's bar upstairs, La Cheetah only opens for dedicated club nights, but when it does you can expect a kicking Glasgow night out with great DJs and great tunes. Attracting a low key crowd of in-the-know ravers, La Cheetah is an easy fit among the top ten clubs in Glasgow.
We couldn't have a list of the top ten clubs in Glasgow, without cool warehouse club, SWG3. This raver den is home to all manner of cool and quirky club nights, from roller discos to indoor weekenders. With it's underground vibes, and cool West End location, this is an easy addition to our top ten clubs in Glasgow.
The Garage is not to be overlooked as "just another Glasgow student club" and firmly deserves its place on our top ten Glasgow clubs. With an almost 20 year history of banging tunes, and some dangerous drink deals, this Sauchiehall Street club sure knows a thing or two about throwing one epic party. They've constructed circus tents, inflated bouncy castles and held Christmas in June; Prince even played here in '94. With all this prestigious clubbing history, The Garage has earned its stripes as one of the most fun clubs in Glasgow.