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10 great clubs in Brussels!

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Are you passing through Brussels? Looking for a place to go out and celebrate the weekend or the vacations? In this article, you’ll find a selection of the 10 best nightclubs in the Belgian capital. Some pretty nice clubs where you can spend all or part of the night. What’s on offer?

  • Discounted or free entry;
  • Drinks at the best prices;
  • DJs playing all kinds of music!

All in all, a great night out… So let’s get started!

What are the best nightclubs in Brussels?

You’ll find plenty of nightclubs in Brussels. While some clubs should be avoided, others really should be tried out. So, if you’re spending the evening in the heart of the Belgian capital, we suggest you discover our selection of the 10 best nightclubs in Brussels, for safe fun.



Fuse is one of Brussels’ best-known nightclubs. It has gradually established itself as one of the capital’s hottest spots, thanks in no small part to its absolutely incredible program… which is sure to delight lovers of electronic music.

The club has two rooms. It is located on rue Blaes and opens only on Fridays and Saturdays, between 11pm and 7am. In other words, plenty of time to enjoy a good, long time with friends!



Spirito Brussels is a nightclub housed in an old Anglican church. That sets the scene. The club is located close to the cultural center of the Belgian capital, just a stone’s throw from the Naamsepoort metro station.

On site, you’ll find a large dance floor and… 3 bars, no less. The music on offer is rather trendy, quite pop-house. Techno that could be described as popular, mainstream.

From time to time, big stars are invited to come and sing and dance. Past guests have included Drake and Rihanna. In short, this is one of the hottest spots on the local nightlife scene.



Birdy is a trendy club that was recently renovated. Perfectly located, it welcomes both the most clubbers and businessmen. In fact, the place was conceived as a club and bar with a touch of design and hype.

We recommend you try the cocktails, especially the Mojito Royal, or a glass of champagne before hitting the dance floor. A rather busy place, a little more expensive than those listed in this top 10. The club opens from 11.30pm to 6am.

Madame Moustache

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Madame Moustache is the slightly WTF establishment in this selection of the 10 best clubs in Brussels. You’ll find a truly improbable, extravagant atmosphere here. Some might even go so far as to say kitsch!

The music on offer doesn’t really have a predefined genre. You could be twisting to the sounds of the 50s, before finding yourself jumping to contemporary hip hop, with a little techno in between. In short, there’s something for everyone.

Finally, we recommend Madame Moustache for its excellent cocktails. Indeed, the drinks are really good and quite inexpensive compared to other bars in Brussels. And last but not least, you can get a haircut in the club’s own hairdressing salon.



Bazaar is the best-known urban hip-hop club in the Belgian capital. Here, you’ll enjoy a huge selection of R&B, rap, hip hop, dancehall and reggae sounds.

This is a two-room nightclub, where the atmospheres never have much to do with each other. A club that has made a name for itself, not least for its excellent nostalgia nights.

Evenings during which old school hip hop sounds of the 90s are played until the wee hours of the morning.

Mirano Continental

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Mirano Continental is a Brussels nightclub housed in an old cinema built in 1912. Very importantly, the very structure of the building has been preserved, giving the place an indescribable soul.

Major events are held here. As for the nightclub, it boasts a large revolving podium to sweep clubbers off their feet. In short, one of the city’s coolest clubs in which to spend your evening.



MedHall is the perfect combination of modern and old school. With its futuristic look, thanks in particular to the neon lights on the front, you’ll be surprised by the many colors on offer once inside. The most famous DJs perform here.

Today, MedHall is one of Brussels’ hottest house and techno nightclubs. It also hosts corporate seminars (yes, yes) and private parties. The cocktails are excellent. Probably one of our favorite clubs.

La Démence

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La Démence is a nightclub known for hosting some of the biggest gay nights in Brussels. A well-known venue, La Démence boasts two floors to keep hundreds of people dancing on any given night.

People from all over the world meet here. A special feature of La Démence is that the club can be reached by train, bus or car when its famous parties are held.

Bloody Louis

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Bloody Louis is a chic, relaxed venue where the Belgian capital’s golden youth like to meet. Big names in music have already performed here, including Martin Solveig, Snakehips, Diplo, Major Lazer and Drake.

You’ll love the warm colors and good-value cocktails on offer at this Brussels nightclub, which we naturally recommend!

You Night Club

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You Night Club is Brussels’ favorite nightclub for 20-somethings if not a little older. The music played here is very classical, as it’s what you hear on the radio.

As for the rest, there are plenty of theme nights, like gay-friendly nights, winter nights, Halloween nights and all that sort of thing! A discotheque that, in our opinion, deserves to be tried out.

The best nightclubs in Brussels, in brief

Looking for a nightclub to dance in? Now you’ve got our pick of the city’s top 10 clubs. What better way to spend an evening than in one of Belgium’s craziest nightclubs, where people know how to have a good time. For an unforgettable moment, don’t hesitate to try one of the many restaurants in Brussels… Or a bar, for example! We have, just for you, a cool selection of 10 amazing bars in Brussels!

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