Best Clubs in Glasgow 2017
Sub Club or ‘Subby’
Reachable via an innocuous doorway off of Jamaica Street marked by little more than its iconic sub-symbol, ‘Subby’ as it is more generally known is the world’s longest-running underground dance club, and among the very most important clubbing associations on earth.
This small cellar room is celebrated as being one of the united kingdom, together with the top nightclubs in Glasgow. Within its walls, the decks have been taken to by top DJs, larger-than-life nightclub nights have kicked off, and a large number of serious dancing heads have got down and dirty with sexual intercourse melodies.
La Cheetah Club
Clubs do not get as cosy than La Cheetah, where tremendous Funktion-One and the DJ booth sound-system alone just take a substantial amount of the floor-space up. But that is the attractiveness of the fast- rising cellar place, which is a breeding ground for all types of fresh brands that are thrilling on the thriving electronic dance music landscape during the last couple of years in Glasgow
La Cheetah is situated in Vendor City in the downstairs cellar of Max’s. Having a hammering mixture of techno, house and electronica, La Cheetah is a bother free place where the music speaks for itself.
The Berkley Suite
This fashionable underground clubbing and live music venue joined the Glasgow scene in 2011, when it was started by the proprietor of adjoining tavern-restaurant Chinaski’s. Sweaty routine nighttime and packaged comprise old school disco celebration Supermax, dub-reggae sound system Mungo’s Hi Fi and house, acid rock and all things in-between mashup Crazy Mix from buddies and DJs David Barbarossa.
Way more swanky compared to the remainder of our picks that are clubbing, The Berkeley suite wears art deco fashion and is clad with lavish velvet finishes for a night out with a little classic, alluring border.
Nice & Sleazy’s
Another pub more interchangeable with Glasgow you will certainly fight to identify. DJs often play at weekends, particularly in the pub, but downstairs in the reddish interior cellar of Sleazy’s is where the actual action is. The cellar has come into its own with filled nightclub nights of all sorts occurring a few weeknights, and every weekend also, as a nightclub place during the past half-decade or so.
Something of an establishment on the clubbing scene in Glasgow, Sleazy’s is a delightful palace of liquid refreshment that is affordable, boisterous beat on a party atmosphere along with happenings unlike all others.
Discerning fans of soul, funk and disco understand that Bath Lane is the go to destination on a night out.
Here lies a hidden jewel in the crown of the giddy nightlife in Glasgow. The critical destination for weekday and weekend clubbing, The Buff Club is the proud host to a long-flourishing nightclub night with the sounds of soul, funk and classic disco resounding from Bath Lane. A program of magnificence heads up Killer Kitsch, Burn Mondays, Hip Hop Thursdays and a mix -mash in the weekends with bash possibility each night. Standard congregates require anyone from pupils that are fashionable to develop clubbers with one common interest: a memorable night out.
Glasgow has an amazing array of nightlife and there is no shortage of clubs to get into or kicked out of. Here is a just a few more of those clubs:
Even more of Glasgow’s Best Clubs
|Sugar Cube Club||44 Queen St|
|O2 ABC Glasgow||300 Sauchiehall St|
|The Garage||490 Sauchiehall St|
|Kushion||158-166 Bath St|
|The Shimmy Club||25 Royal Exchange Square|
|Kokomo Glasgow||51 W Regent St|
|The Cathouse||15 Union St|
|The Flying Duck||142 Renfield St|