Below is a list of the top and leading Dance Clubs in Brisbane. To help you find the best Dance Clubs located near you in Brisbane, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Brisbane’s Best Dance Clubs:
The top rated Dance Clubs in Brisbane are:
- The Beat Megaclub
- Prohibition Brisbane
The Beat Megaclub
The Beat Megaclub, founded in 1983, has seen Fortitude Valley grow and change into a fantastic Entertainment Precinct. The Beat Megaclub is a Brisbane icon in the hospitality industry with professionally trained staff from all around the country, from all walks of life.
Their claim to fame is “Party 365” meaning customers can party with them 365 days of the year. They provide live entertainment every night at the venue, with performances by live Drag Acts & Live DJ’s all night long.
Drinks & Cocktails, Live Drag Acts, Live DJ’s
“One of my favourite clubs! Love the drag queens they are amazing, more than one dance floors so dancing all night is a must. Great vibes and amazing atmosphere!” – C. M.
Prohibition Brisbane makes customers next event a special journey through their stylish and diverse venue. Prohibition, Brisbane’s premium nightlife destination, where exceptional bottle service is provided in their exclusive VIP booths. All packages include a personal waitress for their customers area, along with express entry to avoid any cues. Add-ons are also available for request & packages can be tailored to tickle customers fancy.
Events, Booth Packages, Venues & Functions
“Great club. Good music with a good dance floor. Security is pretty tight but that isn’t always a bad thing.” – PJ O’Connor
FAMOUS is a late-night dancing & high-energy DJs are the draw at this vibrant night club with bars & VIP areas.
Brisbane Fiesta, Famous R&B, BNE’s Biggest R&B Party, VIP Booking
Really great music and atmosphere – they play mostly R&B. There are a few rooms and both have great lighting and heaps of space to move and dance. Drinks prices are great as they have $3 basics. As the dance floor is quite large, it can look very empty when it’s not busy but the people who come here are really friendly and you could easily find someone to dance with.” – Elisha L.
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