Best Camden Clubs
Established as the party destination of North London, and known as a nook where the clubs are raw, authentic and heaving, Camden is one for the clubbers and cavorters among you. Whether you're meandering through a rock night, crooning over commercial hits or letting the bass wave over you at a basement club, Camden has it all. Check out our recommendations for some of the best clubs in Camden.
Last updated on 29th September 2016
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The Blackout Club takes over the Underground every Friday night and offers London's Rock 'N' Roll crazed audience a night of huge Rock and Indie tracks, drinks for £3 and entry only costing £5. Sitting comfortably in the middle of Camden, this Friday night spot draws crowds from all over North London. Expect to hear the likes of the Arctic Monkeys, the Clash and Catfish & the Bottleman at this laid-back club in North London.
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Jazz Cafe could possibly be one of Camden's most in famous restaurant and clubs. The venue has been operating since 1990 and puts on an impressive roster of live music, with past acts including Amy Winehouse and D'Angelo. The Colombo Group have now taken over the venue and updated it to include an even more impressive sound system and revamped the food and drink menu.
Proud Camden has become a north London clubbing institution. Proud is tough to explain as it manages to merge a bar, live music venue, boutique club and chill out all in one. The line-up is always good and on the weekend you can expect a couple of new live bands to take to the stage in one of the rooms, a banging DJ in the other room and lots of groups chilling out.
Live music, DJs and a completely unique setting have long ensured that Camden Assembly is one of Camden's best clubs. Every weekend is a blowout with guest DJs spinning the decks and Saturday is all about club night High Tide which plays the biggest beats in off-kilter pop.
Heaving all weekend long, Blues Kitchen is one of the best places to go clubbing in Camden. Not only primed for Americana bites and stunning whisky bottles, Blues Kitchen Camden host a unique roster of live bands and music once the sun goes down.
Head down to Shaka Zulu every Saturday for one of Camden's best club nights. Sintillate Saturday nights at Shaka Zulu are all about the best of club classics, commercial house and disco. Advanced tickets are just £10. Make sure you don't miss out on this unique Camden clubbing experience.
Live music, sporting events and dancing antics until 2am on the weekends - Belushi's brings the feel good party vibes to Camden's nightlife with crackin' cocktails, beer, wine and tasty treats to munch on. Playing host so some of London's best DJs be sure to get down to this bopping bar for some good olde drinking and dancing.
Underworld, as the name suggests, is a basement club hidden away from Camden High Street. Situated under a pub, do not go to Underworld if you are a fan of chic clubs and A-list celebrity spotting as Underworld is a dark, grimy basement space. But if you like all things rock, indie or metal and simply want to let your hair down, get stuck in.
There's a reason that this venue boasts the term 'electric', and our bet is it being how you feel once you're with a night here. While heralded for their live music and filling a stage with some of the best acts in the world, their regular rotation of DJs and heaving party space make them a club you can count on in Camden.
Koko, having been rebranded a few times over the decades, remains one of the best clubs in Camden and even in London. Housed in a former theatre, Koko has kept the charm of its history with boxes, tiered galleries and a main stage. Koko is known for hosting some of the best bands around as well as launching new upcoming bands., with the club nights keeping to its indie roots.