Visit Gatecrasher, a Miami style club in the heart of Birmingham, UK. Designed with flair and extravagance in mind, Gatecrasher is a massive night club with a wide variety of options for guests. Opened in 2008, Gatecrasher features four different themed dance halls with classic, house, indie rock and hip hop. Choose your venue based on your mood or personal preference. Get drinks at one of the nine different bars throughout the night club. The club has a state of the art sound and lighting system as well. See live performances by major DJs and artists. Past performers include Paul Oakenfold and Moby. If you are looking for a big club with a posh attitude, this is it.
182 Upper Broad St.
Birmingham, B15 1DA, England
011 (+44) 0121 633 1520
Check out Island Bar on Suffolk Street. Fun-loving bartenders mix a wide variety of specialty drinks. Funky furnishings highlight the interior decor, and don't forget to visit the new Tiki Room, the only one of its kind in Birmingham. The Island Bar features DJs and live acoustic guitar music throughout the week. Plan your night out in advance since Fridays and Saturdays may be booked for private parties or band showcases.
14 -- 16 Suffolk Street
Birmingham, B1 1LT, England
011 (+44) 0121 632 5296
Head to Snobs is one of Birmingham's most popular night clubs for the younger crowd and university students. Known for its diverse musical selection and cheap drinks, Snobs features packed dance floors and a relaxed party atmosphere. Expect to hear DJs spinning everything from indie garage rock to retro classics and funk-soul music. The name may throw some people off, but Snobs is perfect for an easygoing and affordable night on the town.
29 Paradise Circus
Birmingham, B1 2BJ, England
011 (+44) 0121 643 5551
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