Nightlife In Bournemouth
Guide provided by Bournemouth Removals
Bournemouth is a British coastal resort that attracts visitors from across the world seeking the best food scenes, exceptional entertainment, and sunny escapes. Given its buzzing atmosphere and student population, Bournemouth is a hot spot for those looking for a taste of the best nightlife scene in the UK.
Cameo is the largest club in Bournemouth. It has a huge local
following and four separate rooms. No Matter your tastes, you are guaranteed a great night at this nightclub. You can also groove to timeless tunes in the disco room or get down to classic urban tracks at the basement. Jaw dropping light displays, plush VIP lounges, and the state-of-the-art sound systems will ensure you have an exciting experience every night here.
For the fifth year in a row, Bar So has been voted the best night out in Bournemouth. It has a swanky atmosphere that attracts some of the coolest residents of Bournemouth yet it retains a sense of class with the upmarket feel and fine bar menu. The low lighting, contemporary décor, and spectacular skylights create a glamorous ambiance. The stunning sun terraces make this place the perfect spot to relax in the early evening while sipping on one of the bar’s heavenly champagnes or fine wines. It is also a great place to
catch the latest beats from the hottest DJs in Bournemouth.
Smokin’ Aces is one of the best bars to enjoy the night in Bournemouth. With no VIP areas, no dress code, no entry fee, everyone who walks through the doors of the whiskey lobby bye and cocktail bar is welcome to make it their own. Besides its niche qualities, Smokin’ Aces offers every individual bespoke cocktail. Just tell them your favourite flavours and spirits. You will enjoy this alongside the DJ lineups and live bands.
This building was once a church, but it now houses
Bournemouth’s premier clubbing venue. Big name DJs, luxury VIP balcony, and
fantastic light shows have made Halo is one of the icons of Bournemouth
nightlife scene. Halo boasts a superb location – it is in the central and most
bustling area of the town.
Since the 1990s, Old Fire Station has acted as the University’s students’ union club. The four bars and three rooms of the Old Fire Station are the perfect places to find Bournemouth’s trendy and a young student population. It also has a venue open to the public for a range of DJ sets and incredible musical performances. This building provides a historic and stunning setting for some of the best musical talents in the UK including huge name artists such as Dizzee Rascal, Ed Sheeran, Bloc Party, and David Guetta. It has a themed weeknight where the best up-and-coming talent of the UK’s music scene is showcased.
Sixty Million Postcards is a true paradise for any hipster. It has an interior that features a mix of funky items, kitsch furnishings, dusty antiques, and beautiful wood. The eclectic mix of DJs, live music, and rounds of musical bingo reflects the colourful atmosphere here. Sixty Million Postcards cater to all tastes, no matter how quirky. The great range of beers and the truly creative cocktail menu makes this boho pub a fantastic place to soak up Bournemouth’s best atmosphere.