Are you into techno or house music genre? Leeds is an ultimate haven for a delightful night out. Generic night clubs can be found anywhere in the country. One reason clubbers flock to Leeds is diverse array of musical genres the city has to offer for every taste. If you are in Leeds, expect the unexpected at these club spaces –
The HiFi Club
It is a great venue for live music in Leeds, England. This night club has won both “Best Live Music Venue” and “Best Nightclub” titles three times at the Leeds Bar & Club Awards that are held every year.
With focus on quality drinks and music, HiFi is the warm and friendly spot with different types of live music and DJ led nights based on different genres, such as Funk, Soul, Hip Hop, Disco, and Reggae, sitting along with the well-known Comedy Sessions on Saturday evening.
Popular among both older crowd and students, HiFi provides an eclectic range of music with club nights, where you can find everything from soul and funk to hip-hop and jazz. Loud music and cheap prices are what everyone wants. This underground dance floor is best to groove along and enjoy party all night.
The Warehouse is one of the most exciting clubs in the city and has been the most happening spots for night owls for up to 35 years. You can dance along with the best DJs most of the nights that rock the decks and their nights grab the attention of huge crowds. It houses three rooms so you can have enough space to groove along.
Mint Club is yet another stalwart on the clubbing world. For techno and house music, it has been the go-to club since it opened in 1997. Along with greeting the best DJs in the nation, the club gives a chance to newcomers to sample the best music. You are assured to have a great night here if you are after dance music.
Located out of the city centre, Beaver Works is one of the most happening clubs in Leeds. Located within a Victorian warehouse, it is the giant club space stretched over four rooms having world-class sound systems. DJs from different parts of the nation flock here to accommodate the crowds who love to dance all night.
As the name suggests, this new venue is located in a converted church. This clubbing scene was established by three leading names in the music industry, Aaron Mellor from Tokyo Industries, Dave Beer from Back to Basics, and Peter Hook from New Order. It’s a great space where crowds are pleased by the visiting DJs and club nights.
Hate the banging dance music? Enjoy the different club night at Wharf Chambers. Indeed, it is a cooperative scene where visitors must either be the guests of a member or members themselves to attend the events. The club caters to the alternative crowd. You can enjoy a different music in their eclectic nights to add an inclusive space.