As a city with a large population of young people, both natives and students, not to mention a constant influx of young, up-for-it tourists all keen to party the Irish way, it comes as no surprise that clubbing features high in Dublin social life. The dance scene has been well developed in recent years.
Here is our list of top 10 nightclubs in Dublin. Enjoy…
Lillie’s Bordello is situated at Adam Court, Grafton Street, right in the middle of Dublin City. It is well-known as part of the top market nightclubs in Dublin, it has organized quite a few key shows, as well as the Top Gear after show celebration.
The place provides all kind of music; the newest add-on is the “Lounge Lover” night, having live music in the “round Bar”. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays famous DJ’s are turning the decks. The Thursday nights are “reserved” to the R&B enthusiasts, as many classics are performed by the DJ of the club. Fridays and Saturday nights are about club classic nights, and most of the time the entrance fee is €5 – €15 per individual.
The Tripod is placed in Dublin’s city centre at the upper part of Harcourt Street. Here are three places to have fun in, among them the Pod – the Pod is in the middle of the Dublin clubbing area for more than 13 years. The newer place is the Crawdaddy, made for live concerts with a space for 300, a little and private custom made live place stretched on two levels with movie type seats on a loggia.
What leads us to the Tripod, one of the hottest live music rings in Dublin? It is made up of three places in one section, with a live music ring for 1300, a bar which can house 250 and a club for 250 with an outstanding new sound system. It also provides seats in the loggias and reserved booths.
Situated in the Temple Bar region of Dublin from its launch in 1996, Boomerangs is a trendy place with all sort of music for the devoted clubber, having three bars and a huge dance ring. This is the place to take pleasure in listening and dancing to the present chart hits next to the old time classics.
Situated in Temple Bar, Club M is the ideal space to party all night long having two dance rings with loggia galleries overlooking to the most important region. The club has been offering quality entertainment for clubbers for more than 10 years, so don’t be shy and have a dazzling cocktail in the club!
Spirit Nightclub is a different well-liked nightclub, in the City Center’s stylish Abbey Street. Going along with the tendency of the society, it has a holistic treatment centre, open from 11am to 8pm, offering Reiki and anxiety management. The club has 2 levels, most of the time with club house music at the upper level and R&B on the base level.
The club was reopened in 2002, and it is offering ever since, exciting nights to the clubbers. Situated in Dublin City at the IFSC, it consists of 10 places that are connected with each other under Connolly Station, of Amiens Street. At the V1 nightclub, Fridays night is all about the finest of house and dance music, meanwhile Saturdays night bring out the very best of R&B, hip hop and soul music.
Situated on the south side of Dublin, on Belgard Road in Tallaght, it has three bars and is suitable for various kind of musical preference, from Rap to the newest dance hits.
The Button Factory
Being in the middle of Dublin’s Temple Bar, it was opened in 2007, identified before as the Temple Bar Music Centre. Aside from the fact that the place is hosting live music and DJ’s from all over the world, the club has an outstanding sound and lighting system functioning from Thursdays to Sundays.
D Two Nightclub
The D two Nightclub is an excellent choice for a great night! Situated on Harcourt Street, having late bar and nightclub – opened between Wednesday and Saturday, it is the ideal location to have a great night. You will be dancing on the dance ring all night long on the rhythms of the newest hits and oldie classics, from the courtesy of the best Irish DJ’s!
It is situated on Dame Street, opened from Monday to Saturday, operating since 1993, attracting masses that like a great variety of different music. The club introduces DJ’s performing funk melodies and in die soul.
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