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The Best Night Clubs in Leeds

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Updated: 29 October 2017
If you’re into house or techno music, then you’ve come to the right place. Clubbers don’t flock to Leeds for generic club nights that they can find anywhere else in the country, they’re drawn to the city for its alternative take on a good night out. Expect the unexpected with a diverse range of musical genres that offer something for every taste. Here are six of the very best club spaces in the city.
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HiFi

Popular with both students and an older crowd, HiFi offers an eclectic array of music with its club nights, covering everything from funk and soul to jazz and hip-hop nights. Prices are cheap and the music is loud, making this underground dance floor a great choice for anyone who wants to spend their night on the dancefloor.

2 Central Rd, Leeds, +44 113 242 7353

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The Warehouse

One of the most iconic clubs in Leeds, The Warehouse has been a popular spot for night owls for over 35 years. Most nights you can expect to dance along to the very best house DJs that regularly grace the decks, with their regular nights always attracting large crowds. The large space encompasses three rooms, ensuring that there’s plenty of space to dance the night away.

The Warehouse, 19-21 Somers St, Leeds, +44 113 426 5078

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Mint Club

Another stalwart on the Leeds clubbing scene, Mint Club has been the go-to club for house and techno music since it opened its doors back in 1997. As well as welcoming the best DJs in the country, the club also gives newcomers to the scene a chance to take to the decks, allowing clubbers to sample the best up-and-coming music. Anyone who loves dance music is guaranteed a great night here.

Mint Club, 8 Harrison St, Leeds, +44 113 244 3168

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Church

Located inside a converted church, this new venue on the Leeds clubbing scene was founded by three huge names in the industry: New Order’s Peter Hook, Back to Basics’ Dave Beer and Tokyo Industries’ Aaron Mellor. Not only is the venue a spectacular space, but the visiting DJs and regular club nights ensure that the crowds are pleased.

Church,

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Beaver Works

Technically, Beaver Works is situated outside the city centre, but it’s still one of the most exciting club spaces in Leeds. Based inside a Victorian warehouse, this huge club space is spread out over four rooms that all boast state of the art sound systems. DJs from across the country flock here to play to crowds of people intending on dancing all night long.

Beaver Works, 36 Whitehouse St, Leeds,+44 7943 814078

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Wharf Chambers

If banging dance music isn’t your thing, head to Wharf Chambers for an alternative club night. Unusually, this is a cooperative space where attendees must either be members or guests of a member to attend their events. Catering for an alternative crowd, expect to hear a diverse range of music across their eclectic nights that provide an inclusive space where anyone can feel welcome.