If you feel like dancing we’ve got you covered. The dancing never stops in Edinburgh. Well, actually, it generally stops at around 3AM when most of the clubs close - although you will find the odd late license during the festival that will keep you on the dance floor until 5am if you have the energy!
There are a lot of Edinburgh dance clubs to choose from and so we’ve compiled a list for the discerning clubber. You’ll find most of the venues in the Old Town and some of them are underground in more senses than one. The Liquid Room is one of the best in the caverns of the Old Town, hosting both dance clubs and live music.
In terms of musical styles you’ll find everything from nostalgic indie (the Citrus Club) to house, R & B and classic pop (Lulu). Each venue offers a range of different club nights so always check what’s on before you go. Most of them are casual when it comes to dress codes but it pays to do your research to avoid disappointment. The later you go, the better the atmosphere will be but you’ll run the risk of queues.