Dance floors in Sydney are BACK baby. For those of us who have been desperate to sweat it out in the clubs since lockdown, now is your time to shine.
Obviously (and sadly), not all clubs have been able to open just yet. So, to help you make your very important choice, here’s a list of some of the best places you can get your groove on this weekend. Have fun, kids.
- The Golden Sheaf, Double Bay: Join one of three dancefloors every Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday night.
- The Ivy, CBD: Ivy Thursdays will be playing just about everything over different levels. Free entry before 10pm.
- The Landsdowne, Ultimo: Check out their ever-changing list of performers, and dance, dance dance.
- Barangaroo House, Barangaroo:
- Cargo Bar, Darling Harbour: Their famous harbourside parties are back. Two levels of live DJs and dance floors from 5 pm until late, every night of the week. Expect the very best of old school hip hop, 80s, 90s and R&B.
- Bungalow8, King St Wharf: Live DJs every weekend from Friday night.
- Opera Bar: A weekly changing roster of local DJs and vocalists mean every night can be a dancefloor at Opera Bar.
- Goros, Surry Hills: Get your groove on e
- The Clock Hotel, Surry Hills: On Thursday, April 1 the first of a monthly series of Lust Song Dedications nights will pop off — request your fave love song dedication then dance to it. Plus DJs on Fridays and Saturdays from 7 pm.
- The Soda Factory, Surry Hills: There’ll be a dance floor every Thursday to Saturday, as well as musical bingo on Tuesdays with DJs and more dancing.
- The Marlborough ‘Marly’ Hotel, Newtown:
- The Bank Hotel
- The Erko, Erskineville: Local DJs and a dancefloor every Friday and Saturday night .
- Kings Cross Hotel, Kings Cross: 9pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
- Coogee Pavillion, Coogee: Dancefloors are back, kicking off with an Easter long weekend party.
- The Albion Hotel, Paramatta: RnB and hip hop for Albion Fridays (except the Easter long weekend will be on Thursday instead), DJs, percussion and big beats for Vibe Saturdays, and Latin/Afro music at Tropical Sundays.
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Kassia is the Editor of AWOL, and a straight-up travel addict. She was born without a sense of direction, yet an intense desire to explore the world. As such, she's lost 90% of the time but she's learned to roll with it. You can catch her latest adventures on Instagram @probably_kassia.