Glasgow's Sub Club is arguably Scotland's most famous electronic music venue. First opened in April 1987, the Jamaica Street club has been home to residents Harri & Domenic's Subculture party since 1994, and famously hosted JD Twitch and JG Wilkes' Optimo (Espacio) event every Sunday from 1997 to 2010. Sub Club was also an early home to Glasgow techno favourites Slam. In 2006 the club installed one of the UK's largest bodysonic dance floors. More recently promoters such as Numbers and Sensu have been regulars at the venue. House, techno, electro, disco, bass music and many other genres are regularly found there.
In 1991, former Arches Artistic Director Andy Arnold realised the potential of the cavernous space underneath Glasgow’s Central Station and received the keys to the space from British Rail. Twenty one years on, the Arches has become one of Europe’s leading cultural venues, playing host to some of Britain’s biggest club nights, an eclectic range of gigs and exciting new theatre, performance and visual art. People often drop in for lunch or a drink in the café bar and end up staying for the rest of the evening – catching a band, taking in some experimental theatre, or meeting up with friends before heading to the dancefloor.
Glasgow Revolution is situated in the heart of the city centre, within walking distance of both Queen Street and Glasgow Central train stations. Revolution was the first vodka bar in this busy city and has maintained a high quality clientele of young professionals, shoppers and pre-clubbers. With a capacity of 220, it's cosy size works to create a great atmosphere day or night!
The Living Room Glasgow is a cool and contemporary restaurant and piano bar ideally located in the business district of Glasgow; the venue’s elegant interior sits comfortably in a city so well reputed for its fashion and style.
Tucked away in a basement just off Sauchiehall Street, we dish out all the good times for all you alternative Alternatives. A cafe bar in the day serving up a fully tasty, fully vegan menu, we become a delightful boozer and club in the evening time. Tasty bar snacks are plated up right to 10pm. Kitted out like inside of a flat rather than your average slick city centre hot spot, The Duck is better than your house really. The lovable Kitchen Bar offers up a home away from home with cheap drinks, board games, and a Mega Drive (games include the classic Streets of Rage, Mortal Kombat, Alex The Kid, Sonic The Hedgehog…). We are also home to some of the best club nights in Glasgow with rare gems such as Houndin’ The Streets, Lock Up Your Daughters, Common People, and The Freakbeats Club.
O2 ABC Glasgow is spread over four floors incorporating two live music and club spaces and four bars. The venue launched as a concert venue in June 2005, with live music from Roddy Frame and the Trashcan Sinatras, following an extensive £2m conversion.
The Biggest And Best Nights In Glasgow. Two Floors, Four Bars And You! Resident DJ's plus Special Guest, Main Hall Playing The Best Mix Of Cheese And Chart Hits. The Loft With The Best Mix Of RNB And Hip-Hop.