Published on June 18th, 2012 | by adminJohn0
Top 8 Glasgow Nightclubs
The Sub Club is a great hangout for young trendy Glasgow residents.Once inside the music featured will be of hip-hop, techno, house, funk and electric dance music – also on a saturday the club stays open till 5am!
It is Scotland’s largest nightclub. The Main Hall was formerly a ballroom known as The Mayfair, although it has since been remodelled by the addition of an extension to the mezzanine level. Apart from the Main Hall, other areas of the venue include the R’n’B-themed G2 club in the basement, the Indie rock-themed Attic, Snapshots Bar and The Engine Room Cocktail Bar.
The Tunnel hosts many big-name DJ’s every month. The party never stops at The Tunnel, where trendy, well-dressed 20-somethings come to dance to the hottest new music. Student nights are sponsored weekly. Dress to impress if you want to get in and be sure to put on your best smile.
The Cathouse is long-established alternative music nightclub on Union Street in Glasgow. As well as regular weekly club nights, including the under 18 ‘Voodoo’, it also hosts live gigs, with bands such as Pearl Jam, Oasis, Dragonforce, Lordi, Fall Out Boy, Zebrahead and Soil having played in the past.
King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, also known as King Tut’s, is a live music venue and bar on St. Vincent Street,Glasgow,
Scotland. It is owned and managed by Glasgow-based gig promoters DF Concerts. With a capacity of only 300.
A visit to their pub in Sauchiehall Street Glasgow will help you understand why their customers like to come back time and time again. Some go for the pub food, while for others it’s the live music. The one thing everyone agrees on is that they serve the best Guinness® and countlessother great draught beers and ales.
7 – Bar Oz
In it’s new incarnation the bar (Coopers) has taken the name of the grocers shop that was a West End landmark on this site for decades (the brass nameplate is still embeded into the pavement). The bar has been extremely well updated and now offers a combination of good food and a relaxed stylish bar.
The Flagship J D Wetherspoon for Scotland. The Counting House is leading the way, having become the first Wetherspoon in the city to convert to a non-smoking public house.