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Where to Go for Dance Music in London

Picture of Lizzie Thomson
London Writer
Updated: 7 December 2017
London is known for its vibrant nightlife and every week, clubs across the city compete with the best dance music around to win clubbers over. Londoners are truly spoilt for choice when it comes to clubs with exceptional music. That being said, here are the best places to go for dance music in the city.

Dalston Superstore

East London is renowned for its incredible clubbing venues, and Dalston Superstore is no exception. Well-known for its inclusive clubbing culture, Dalston Superstore is particularly popular with LGBT crowds. Music-wise, the club offers a selection of brilliant nights for eager clubbers and books in a variety of local and well-established DJs to keep crowds coming back for more every week. The popular venue is located right in the heart of East London, just a few minutes from Dalston Kingsland Station and Dalston Junction. If you’re looking to get a taste of East London’s wild party scene, make sure you pay a visit to Dalston Superstore.

Printworks

The large industrial venue has a staggering 6,000 capacity, perfect for clubbers looking for a warehouse-style rave. With six enormous event spaces spread over multiple levels (and a maze of corridors) this unique club is great for those who prefer a little more space to dance, compared to more intimate, compact venues. Printworks promises exceptional nights of music, specialising in EDM, techno and electro, and it books in famous DJs from around the world.

Printworks
Printworks | Courtesy of Printworks

Brixton Jamm

Brixton Jamm is a popular party venue among South Londoners. Once a travellers inn in the 18th century, the club boasts exciting new club nights and DJs every week. Acts from around the world have graced the decks at Brixton Jamm, including the likes of Basement Jaxx, MGMT and Artful Dodger. The venue is accommodating for clubbers, with a large dance floor in the main room and an outside courtyard area where there’s ample room for dancing and a comfortable space to cool off afterwards.

The Pickle Factory

Oval Space’s popular nightclub the Pickle Factory embodies a policy of no fuss…just great music. The stripped back venue really does deliver when it comes to excellent dance music. The room is built to resemble a recording studio and designed with music in mind, with incredible sound production and quality, leaving no clubber disappointed. The Pickle Factory’s humble space is great if you prefer a smaller, more intimate clubbing experience.

The Pickle Factory
The Pickle Factory | Courtesy of Oval Space

Egg

If you’re a hardcore dance fan, you are probably already familiar with Egg, especially with its reputation for being one of the best places in London for partying. With its 24-hour licence, the party hotspot entices clubbers every week with the promise of late-night dancing. If you’re brave enough for a heavy midweek session, Egg is definitely the place to check out, with great nights every day of the week.