Clubs in North London
This area of London remains one of most exciting and coolest areas to party in London. From late night venues in King's Cross to live music in Camden, there is always something to do in North London any day of the week. But amongst all of the possible choice, which do you go for? Well, don't fret. We have put together a list of some of the best night clubs in North London. So hit up the Northern Line, and party.
Last updated on 25th May 2016
Shaka Zulu is a North London club with fabulous cocktails, a generous happy hour and unique and fascinating decor. Known as one of Camden's best clubs, Shaka Zulu hosts great Friday and Saturday nights and opens early - allowing you to head down and enjoy drinks or nibbles before the clubbing starts.
When it comes to clubbing in North London, there's a name that's on everyone's lips, and that's The Old Queens Head. Boasting a stunning roster of events and DJs in a cool vintage setting, there ain't no party like a Queen's Head party.
Expect wicked DJs, up-and-coming artists, rockaoke and creative theme nights for the indie trendies at any night of the week with a wide music spectrum from rock, indie, folk, hip hop, house and beyond. Artists like Jessie J, Peter Doherty, The Kooks, Stereophonics, and Johnny Borrell have all played at this late night club in North London.
It's an iconic and legendary live music venue in London and you can catch all the latest big bands and DJs that are storming the UK music scene. It has several balconies that are fantastic for looking down onto a packed dancefloor and hosts gigs and concerts throughout the week. Club NME takes over Friday nights with live bands playing till about midnight and then DJs playing the latest indie and electro anthems.
Rock bar, Aces and Eights Saloon Bar, is one of the best of its kind in London. Everything about this place rocks: the pizzas rock, the daily Happy Hour 6-8pm rocks. This is a great bar, club and stage in North London for rock n roll music and late night drinking and dancing.
The Electric Ballroom is a historic music venue at the heart of Camden Town's bustling and vibrant community and has been a cornerstone of Camden clubs since its early days over 70 years ago. In the past decades Sid Vicious, Madness, The Clash and the Smiths have drawn huge crowds to the venue.
Egg London in Kings Cross has proved itself to be a real contender on the North London club scene. Embracing all musical genres the venue has grown to become one of the most popular clubs in the Capital. Egg also has very late closing hours (7am on weekends) so you can enjoy its delights after a night out somewhere else in London.