Brixton's clubs are some of the best party-palaces London has to offer and it's firmly established as one of the destinations to party, south of the city. The world's top DJs and bands can be found playing at these clubs from resident Norman Jay and Basement Jazz to global bands like Coldplay and Kasabian. With so many clubs to choose from, why not start with our recommended Brixton clubs for a great night out?
Last updated on 6th October 2017
Phonox comes to us courtesy of the team behind XOYO and The Nest, so you know it’s worth checking out. Placing the focus on local, exciting DJ talent, this vibrant new hub for drinking and dancing has a Funktion One sound system to ensure nothing but the most crisp and lively sets are delivered. It’s just a stone’s throw from the station too; ideal for those catching the last tube home.
After last year's unrivalled success, Brixton Rooftop is bringing its beach theme back to South London. Armed with a number of different bars and street food stalls, the venue welcomes some of London's biggest DJs and music acts to take over their decks. Grab a cocktail, relax on the beach or dance the night away at this fun Brixton club.
Veritable proof that partying in Brixton isn't just down to the DJs, join Blues Kitchen Brixton not only for one of the most unique nights out thanks to their New Orleans inspired interiors and Deep South dining, watch the dance floor come alive to the sound of some of the best bands in the business.
Based just down the road from Brixton, Aquum is a party bar and club that treats every minute as if it's midnight on a Saturday night. Decorated with sleek furniture, the bar has all the liquid happiness you could need while the resident DJs spin a mix of different genres long into the early hours.