Reggae Clubs in London
Reggae music has a long story behind which attracts many followers at any age, and London clubs are definitely one of those in Europe where reggae culture is still alive and vibrant. Even though we're not in the beloved Jamaica, bumming around Kingston Town, we can still enjoy true reggae in many clubs in London: here's our recommended list!
Last updated on 16th February 2017
Laughing in the face of those Sunday night blues and offering Londoners a chance to burn off any remaining weekend energy they might have, the team at Brixton Jamm are hosting a weekly Sunday night reggae special, featuring amazing street food, happy hour discounts, glass after glass of rum punch and, of course, the best reggae sound systems in town.
Not only do you get to listen to some of the most fun reggae performances, you can take part too in Reggaeoke! Get on stage and perform with the backing of a full live band or sing and dance along in the crowd, this event is all about laughter and being a good person.
A split-level bar, affiliated to the studios, it caters largely for the local music and media industry and often features live music events. Dj nights are very eclectic and music can vary from reggae and dub to swing, retro or rock.
East Village is a very popular club in Shoreditch and a safe bet for good music in London. It's fairly small but spread over two floors and proudly invites guest DJs from around the world to blast their beast of a soundsystem. They play mainly house, techno, drum & bass, dubstep and hip-hop but also host reggae nights, so head down and see what the buzz is about! Make a booking online.
Next to Big Chill Bar, Cafe 1001 is one of most prolific venues in Brick Lane putting acts on every night in two big rooms. Expect unsigned indie-rock bands and nu-jazz collectives on week days - reggae, drum & bass, dub and house DJs on the weekends.