If you're looking for a house music event in London this summer, look no further than this incredible daytime bash, taking place at the sun-soaked terrace at Pitch in Stratford. Expect incredible DJs and MCs along with tasty jerk dishes and a whole lotta rum punch.
House Music Clubs in London
This city is famous for its midnight antics and electronic music scene, drawing in revellers and DJs from all over the world. So it's no surprise that when it comes to nights out, you're spoilt for choice between giant multi-storey playgrounds, rooftop gems and quirky party bars. We've put together a list of the best house music clubs in London, promising some of the most forward-thinking, refined and fresh line-ups on the market.
A big dog in the London nightlife scene, Queen of Hoxton is a multi-level Shoreditch club and bar. Popular for its buzzy atmosphere, various dancefloors and regular DJ acts, the party palace also houses an epic rooftop, which is ideal for predrinks.
After a cool club in East London for house music? With a gorgeous terrace, swish indoor space and playlist of disco, funk, RnB and more, NT's definitely fits the bill. What's more, the Hackney dance spot shares a building with rooftop bar Netil 360, meaning your night is sorted from start to finish.
Cargo has made a name for itself as one of the best for house music club nights in London, thanks to its top-notch live bands and DJ sets. Come for a chilled drink or a bite to eat during the day in the large decked garden or head over later for hits that'll keep you going into the early hours.
Trapeze is a no-brainer for great tunes and an energetic crowd. Although it's set over two floors, the real fun happens in the Shoreditch club's basement, where a string of the city's best take to the decks playing house and deep disco tracks until late.
Neon signs, cool wall art and high tech light systems... this New York-inspired beauty is adding some style to your night out in London. Swing by Shoreditch Platform any weekend for a carefree boogie or check out their schedule of live acts and catch a talented up-and-comer.
The Prince of Wales in Brixton is bound to have you coming back for more with delicious cocktails, a fabulous two-tiered terrace and a 1920s art deco-themed dancehall. It that wasn't enough, they also see world-class DJs and acts grace their stage.
FEST London is a popular party place in Northwest London. Spread over 10,000 feet, the club comes complete with three rooms, a roof terrace, confetti cannons and an LED video wall. It also plays host to a load of fun events.