Please see below the free listings for clubs in Belfast City Centre.
Night Clubs In Belfast City Centre
- Bar Seven
- Botanic Inn
- BT1 Bar
- Cafe Vaudeville
- Club Mono – Ann Street, Belfast 02890 278886 – Here you can get RnB on a Friday, House music (Saturday) and Indie, Hip Hop and old school on a Sunday. It has a real futuristic vibe with black, silver and grey décor. There is a monthly Ministry of Sound on the last Saturday of every month if that is your thing.
- Coach Nightclub
- El Divino
- La Lea – 43, Franklin Street – 02890 230200 – You will find this above Bar Bacca. This club is where the young professionals go and spend a whole lot of money as they rip it up to the many variances of music being played.
- M- Club – very popular club in Belfast City. This is unadulterated tack and they make no apology for that. You will see lines of people in the queues outside waiting to get in. Go there on any weekend night and you will see lines of half dressed girls and boys standing in the long queue to get access into this Ministry of utter madness. Friday night is different as the “oldies” try to relive days gone past with a 70s themed disco dance. Popular with hen nights and stag nights.
- Ollies at the Merchant
- Rain – 10-14 Tomb Street 02890 327308 – This place is loud, vibrant and if you are a club beat junkie then you will want to be there.. Different theme every night depending on what your bag is. Rainbow night is the gay night, Sunday is party anthems and there is also a student Squirt night.
- Robinson’s Bar – Roxy nightclub
- Shoe Factory
- Stiff Kitten Bar
- The Bunker – Laverys 12 Bradbury Place – 02890 871106 – This is where party people go. Underground music clubs thrive here with CAKE, Pubstep, Megablast and more.
- The Globe – Hens and stags are welcomed here and the crowd is typically very young.
- The Roost
- Thompsons – Patterson Place, Belfast 02890 323762 – One of Belfast’s most enduring nightclubs and a hard clubbing place to go. This is loud loud music with a very young crowd who like their noise and their drink. You have been warned!
The night club scene in Belfast changes all the time. However the main clubs do remain and are aimed at certain age groups. Many of these will also have a fairly strict dress code. In many of them track suits and trainers are not allowed. In some tattoos must be covered up if they are considered by the door staff to be potentially offensive.
We will continue to update the list of clubs in Belfast City centre as and when they change.