From Digbeth warehouses to glitzy Broad Street DJ bars and corking live music venues, you're never short of options when it comes to clubbing in Birmingham. Attracting dance music's biggest DJs and promoters to town is easy for city with as many quality spaces to rave as Brum. So whether it's Ibizan house music superstars or the biggest names in UK bass that make you want to move, put on your dancing shoes twinkle toes, it's time to get stomping.
Now a Birmingham landmark in itself, The Rainbow is devoted to hosting an impressive roster of electronic headline acts from around the world.
One for the dancers, the rockers, the hipsters and the ravers, The Hare & Hounds has an eclectic programme of live music and party nights to cater for almost every taste.
A 10,000 square-foot converted warehouse with exposed brick walls and an up-cycled lorry as a walkway - it’s no surprise Boxxed is establishing itself as one of Digbeth’s nightlife heavyweights.
Spotlight is a small-sized club space with a more refined vibe than found in other Birmingham venues. The dimly lit space is ideal for those not looking for the heaviest of nights out.
The custom lighting rig and LED installation that glare overhead give Lab 11 a characteristic like no other.
Previously Gibb Street Warehouse, LMG - sometimes known as Warehouse Club - is located in Digbeth and brings some of the best names in electronic dance music to Brum.
A 2,900 capacity venue, The Institute is the original home of Godskitchen and has hosted numerous other club nights, such as Atomic Jam, Uproar and Ramshackle.
The term 'Oobleck' is famous from Dr. Seuss as a fascinating experiment that's perfect for children and adults to enjoy, so it’s a fitting title for this cool and quirky venue.
The newest addition to Birmingham’s night life scene is a pop-up venue that’s open every Friday and Saturday, decked out with state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems that match some of the best clubs in the world.