Of course one of the most famous clubs in Leeds is one of the most famous in the UK. Giving a platform to some of the best DJs in the country, expect house, techno and underground from their speakers and the biggest parties in the North.
Clubs in Leeds
That beautiful thing sitting pretty between two weeks? It's one of our favourites, and Leeds clubs sure know how to do it proud. By the way, it's the weekend. From heaving haunts with some of the best sound systems in the work, to cheeky tiki palaces and slap up joints to impress, Leeds clubs know a thing or two about keeping antics up, way on into the night. Check out our recommendations for the best clubs in Leeds, and have yourself one heck of a ruckus.
Sitting pretty at the top of the Leeds VIP clubs list is none other than The Backroom. A luxe party joint where cocktails are just as cracking as the club classics, this party palace under the railway bridge is just the ticket for those after something a little more dressed up. Dance the night away to sweet contemporary sounds, a cocktail lounge and a vintage cocktail menu over two floors of amazing clubbing in Leeds.
Hailed as the ultimate urban retreat, and awash with some of the best in summer antics, Belgrave Music Hall also know a thing or two about late night antics and unique partying. Host to a whole selection of great DJ nights in Leeds, and brimming with a seriously sweet sound system, Belgrave Music Hall do the party job proud, whether you're tucked in their beer garden, or dancing the night away.
One of the most epic clubs in Leeds, with no two nights sitting ever the same, Mission is a party mission unto its own. With global DJs laced across its selection of rooms, fire-breathers making the rounds and floors thumping to the sound of the bass, Mission is one of the most talked about thanks to its heaving house music, techno beats, Thai cocktail buckets for just £5 and more.
Canal Mills will come on your radar of Leeds student clubs purely because of the sheer amount of events they host. With everything from tequila festivals and food celebrations, you'll definitely be magnetised towards it. But they also attract some amazing DJs and bands from around the world, and that's when its true club spirit comes out.
The HiFi Club is one of the best places for an alternative night out in Leeds. From weekly soul music events, to free live music acts and all manner of different genres on their speakers, you'll really have something to dance about. They also play host to a weekly comedy night, with everyone from top stars to rising talent having graced the stage.
If you come to Distrikt in the day, you'll receive a delicious Mediterranean and Middle Eastern meal washed down by delicious cocktails. Come at night, the place transforms into a club space, bringing in big name DJs and live music acts – and they also have a happy hour on a Friday night, happy days.
Not quite a gay club in Leeds, this pub has a later license than nearly any bar in the whole city. Which is great, because not only does it have a fun party atmosphere, but also amazing drink deals too.
Four-flour nightclub in Leeds Fibre is probably best known for their courtyard parties hosted in the summer, which happen to be one of the biggest events of the year. Otherwise, head in here for chic interiors of sofas and neon lights, great music and wonderfully tasty cocktails.
Not just the largest waterfront venue in the city, but one of the swankiest clubs in Leeds too. In the day you can eat food and relax in their large outside space, while sipping some of their trademark Champagne. Come night, book out a VIP booth, grab a cocktail and party the night away.
The Warehouse is pretty much the place for Underground tunes in Leeds, attracting amazing talent from around the world. But music alone isn't enough – they've got Funktion One Dance Stack towers, CO2 jets, laser lights and lighting rigs to create one of the best shows around.