A Guide To Miami’s Best Dance Clubs

Written by: mihir

Are you planning a visit to Miami? This city has a vibrant and exciting club scene which is something every visitor should experience. There are few things that say nightlife better than dance clubs. There are some incredible dance clubs in Miami with world-renowned and incredibly talented local DJs giving the crowd the music to get everyone moving. There are so many clubs to choose from, we thought we'd put together a list of some of our favorites. When you're ready to party and experience the nightlife in Miami, these clubs should be first on your list, too.

Club Space is home to Miami's hottest DJs whenever they're in town. This club is popular with the EDM-loving crowd. Space boasts the best sound system in Miami, 30,000 square feet of dance floor, and an incredible light show. So when you rent a car and pay Miami a visit, make sure to keep this club in mind.

House Nightclub began with a campaign that invited guests to apply for a key to attend the House Party. The club is located off the beaten path and visitors are required to provide a password before being allowed to enter. Once in, guests experience one of the best parties in town. The club staff is great at engaging the house guests and the club is divided into various guest rooms, each with its own personality.

Another club that's off the beaten path and away from the Ocean Drive crowds is Purdy Lounge. This club has a loyal following and a great retro-1975 vibe. The decor boasts lava lamps, board games, and funky chairs, along with some great music and lots of dancing.

One of the older clubs in Miami, the Electric Pickle has been around more than a decade and still brings in the crowds. The club can hold more than 300 customers spread out between its two rooms and the back patio. This is the perfect place for a girls' night out.

For something a little different, slip over to Bardot in Wynwood. This club brings a bit of everything when it comes to music. You may hear electronic, blues, funk and more during a visit. This is a great club for someone who likes to mix it up when it comes to their music.

No visit to Miami is complete without a stop at Mango's Tropical Cafe. Located in the heart of South Beach, Mango's is a true Miami experience. The music is straight out of Havana with entertainment that features something for everyone.

The Ball & Chain originally opened when Calle Ocho was still called the Tamiami Trail. In business since 1935, this club has undergone several iterations and seen performances from some of the greats, including Chet Baker and Billie Holiday. Today, it's once again a great dance club with lively music and an ongoing party.

When you're visiting Miami, make certain to leave at least one night open to experience this city's incredible nightlife. If you love to dance, be sure and visit at least two or three of these great dance clubs. You'll come away feeling energized after having the time of your life.