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The Best Clubs in Brisbane for Eventful Evenings

For dance music, head to the Valley or West End’s cosmopolitan clubs. These include The Met, a megaclub that hosts international DJs and four different dance floors. Electronic music reigns here, from drum’n’bass to trance and psy.

Players, known for its topless barmaids and nude lap dances, is also popular. To avoid being turned away due to age restrictions, take your passport or driver’s license with you. Here are some of the best clubs in Brisbane to spend your day.

1. The Met

5,000 years of history are packed into the Met’s walls, from paintings by European masters to ancient Greek and Roman sculpture to Asian textiles. Its breadth and depth are awe-inspiring.

Its collections and exhibitions bring art to life for visitors of all ages. From 40,000-year-old Australian Aboriginal rock paintings to a group of fifteen-foot high memorial poles carved by the Asmat people of New Guinea, the Museum’s collection of objects from Africa, Oceania, and the Americas includes a stunning array of materials—from precious metals and porcupine quills to intricate beaded and embroidered clothing.

The Met is located in Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley and has a 5000 capacity. It has five separate bar areas with cosy booths for those who want to relax and have drinks away from the dance floor. It gets a bit crowded upstairs as the night wares on so if you are claustrophobic it might be best to stay downstairs. The DJ’s are also amazing especially in the main room with Ministry of Sound resident Pete Smith, and club favourites like Disko Diva and Andee.

2. Cloudland

The Brisbane club scene isn’t quite as raucous as Melbourne’s, but there’s still plenty to do after dark. The city’s nightclubs tend to cluster in Fortitude Valley, although the city center and West End-New Farm districts offer plenty of local bars as well.

For something a little more intimate, try the underground nightclub Sub Rosa. It’s the best place in town to listen to spicy electronic music including house, techno, trance, glitch, and more. There are also a lot of amazing DJs here and new events are hosted every week.

If you’re looking for a little more action, head to Players. This is Brisbane’s longest-established premier adult club. You’ll find everything from topless barmaids to nude lap dances. It’s an absolute must for anyone who’s into this kind of thing and it has an extremely friendly crowd. Entry is cheap, $10-$20 depending on the time of day. And if you show up on the guest list before 11 pm, it’s free. Just be sure to dress comfortably. You’ll want to wear a light sweater or jacket, but don’t worry about getting ripped off because the girls are very friendly and very attractive.

3. Prohibition

Prohibition oozes 1920’s glamour with its speakeasy chic theme. It’s an aesthetic that the club takes seriously, referencing the period in US history where alcohol was banned. In a nod to that era, the venue offers three separate bar areas for you to enjoy your night exactly how you want it.

For those who prefer to dance to DJ music instead of live bands, there’s also a large dance floor and state-of-the-art sound system to get your body moving. There are also a number of bars and lounges where you can refuel with food and drink, including pizzas, tapas, and cocktails.

There are plenty of clubs in Brisbane, and many of them open late. It’s a good idea to bring your passport or driver’s license with you if you intend to visit any of the clubs in Brisbane, as you’ll usually need to show your ID when entering. You’ll also need to dress comfortably, especially when going dancing. Some people like to go to the club right after work, which is when it gets the most action.

4. Nomads

Digital nomads need to let loose at the weekend and what better way than dancing to a great beat. With a yummy drink in hand and amazing loud music all around you can forget about the busy weekday deadlines and just enjoy the moment.

While Fortitude Valley is the best place for nightlife in Brisbane, there are plenty of other cool bars and clubs scattered throughout the city centre. For example, Black Bear Lodge is a popular club that offers soul DJs and funk dance music in a dark atmosphere with distressed brick walls.

Or, you can head over to Birdees for a more relaxed vibe with three separate bars (meaning there aren’t usually long lines for a drink), a beer garden and a tiki-inspired rooftop that’s perfect for soaking up the sun. The bar also hosts live performances, which makes it a great choice for those who love music. Just remember that it’s not the cheapest option for drinks, but it is definitely worth checking out while you’re in town. It’s a fun and friendly spot that can be an excellent way to meet other travellers!

5. Laruche

Laruche is the latest offering from the masterminds behind West End cocktail bar, Lychee Lounge. Designed to impress, this decadent new club is the perfect spot for birthdays, cocktail evenings, parties, corporal events and even corporate functions. Its ornate decor includes flamboyant lounge chairs and spectacular chandeliers. The menu is just as impressive with a range of cocktails and delectable tapas.

The marketplace allows farmers to sell their ultra-fresh food directly to consumers at local collection points, better known as Ruches (assemblies). The company has expanded to France, Belgium, the UK and Germany, and now hosts communities with over 100,000 members and 4,500 producers.

The site also offers an online ordering service for consumers to purchase the food from Ruches and have it delivered to their homes. This way, consumers can choose the exact quantity they want. They can also customize their deliveries by adding specific products to their order. In addition, the website provides a range of tools for sellers to manage their accounts, including customer feedback and analytics. The company is based in Houston, Texas.


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