Check out the hottest and best dance clubs in Miami. The electronic music scene, nightlife and DJ culture in Miami have come a long way. Attracting some of the world’s best DJs, hosting Ultra Music Festival, and the city’s dance clubs are consistently among the top-grossing in the nation. From South Beach to Downtown, Miami offers a plethora of venues in almost any type of scene one may desire.

 

Best clubs in Miami

E11even

E11even Miami is a one-of-a-kind Ultraclub with a rooftop lounge and restaurant. Miami’s only 24/7 Ultraclub in the heart of downtown, featuring aerial performers and state-of-the-art lighting and sound. This high energy social playground plays host to an ever-growing roster of the entertainment industry’s biggest names.

When to go?
Open 24/7 every night of the week where many late nights turn into early mornings.

Where is it?
E11even, 29 NE 11th St., Miami; 305-829-2911

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LIV

LIV has redefined nightlife on Miami Beach. Nestled inside the lobby of the historic Fontainebleau hotel. With over 18,000 square feet of striking architectural design and lavish decor, LIV sets the stage for the ultimate nightlife experience.

When to go?
Saturday – If you manage to get into this two-story architectural wonder of a mega-club, you’re cooler than cool.

Where is it?
In the Fontainebleau Miami Beach
LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-674-4680

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Mr Jones Miami

Mr. Jones nightclub is a classy and luxurious venue located in Miami Beach. The high end interior and the exclusive atmosphere attracts the most VIP crowd that has a good taste for night life. Big name DJs regularly grace the venue along with the talented local selection. Known for its homage to house and hip-hop music, Mr. Jones is the newest “it” spot to see and be seen in Miami Beach.

When to go?
Weekends are the best. Mr. Jones is open on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Where is it?
Mr Jones Miami, 320 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach; +1 305-602-3117

 


 

Gold Rush

Gold Rush is a “Proper Cabaret” that combines the best of Miami nightlife and the city’s top cabaret performers. A sexy, fun provocative experience inside the 15,000-square-foot club with multiple stages, a full liquor bar, VIP areas, spacious conversation rooms, and VIP whale rooms. Gorgeous female entertainers performing fully nude every night.

When to go?
Friday and Saturday nights are the best.

Where is it?
Gold Rush Cabaret is located at 7770 Biscayne Blvd, Miami; 305-631-2564

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Kiki on The River

Embracing the hospitality and spirit of the Greek islands, Kiki on The River is heralded for it meticulously-scuffed elegance that only a windswept waterfront garden can provide.

When to go?
On weekends kicking off Friday nights, Mykonos comes to Miami with live DJ and a party atmosphere featuring a festive soundtrack, twirling napkins, and dancing that will make you say “opa!”

Where is it?
Kiki on The River, 450 NW North River Dr, Miami; (786) 502-3243

 


 

Story

Owned and operated by the same people who bring you LIV, this Collins Avenue megaclub is the bottle-service alternative. It features a much larger dance floor than LIV, but it has the same dedication to style and exclusivity with an extravagant circus-style setting where nothing’s shocking.

When to go?
Friday – This is the place to kick off the weekend which brings in the world’s best DJs.

Where is it?
Story, 136 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-538-2424

 


 

Wall Lounge

Wall Lounge is an intimate, high-energy nightclub at the W South Beach hotel with ample VIP tables, a dance floor, and two bars. Walls glitter with gilded, diamond-patterned mirrors and a disco ball hangs above the center of the room.

When to go?
Expect open format DJ sets most evenings unless a headlining DJ is on the decks. Tuesday nights host the long-running Brazilian-themed Favela Beach party.

Where is it?
Wall Miami 2201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305.938.3130

 


 

Do Not Sit On The Furniture

This spot on the beach is expertly decorated, lined from ceiling to floor with gold-painted cassette tapes and a dance floor topped with a glowing flying saucer for a light fixture. It’s small, it’s dark, and it’s got that true underground magic, a place that puts music first, and welcomes all willing to dance.

Where is it?
Do Not Sit on the Furniture, 423 16th St., Miami Beach; 510-551-5067

 


 

Basement

This hideaway in the Edition Hotel is a multi-room pleasure emporium of sensory overload. where its disco era-inspired decadence fits right in. The basement features a rainbow-colored bowling alley, a skating rink, and a nightclub that are all interconnected.

When to go?
Wednesday’s Jelly with DZA, Friday’s Discobox, and more.

Where is it?
Basement, 2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 786-257-4548

 


 

Nikki Beach

Nikki Beach Miami is the hidden jewel of South Beach, featuring an outdoor beach club, restaurant, and a sexy South Beach nightclub favorite. Called the “Sexiest Place on Earth”, Nikki Beach Miami has established itself as the landmark nightclub and always lives up to its reputation as a South Beach Miami party playground for jet setters, celebrities, VIPs, guests and visitors alike.

When to go?
Amazing Sundays

Where is it?
Nikki Beach Miami, One Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305-538-1111

 


 

Bâoli Miami

Modeled after the renowned Bâoli in Cannes, France, Bâoli Miami brings a European touch to the Miami Beach nightclub and restaurant scene. Enjoy unique Mediterranean and Asian flavors and when night falls, the inviting restaurant revamps into a playground for the nocturnal.

When to go?
Wednesday – My Boyfriend is Out of Town Party at Bâoli Miami where the beautiful people mix and mingle in the heart of South Beach.

Where is it?
Bâoli Miami / 1906 Collins Avenue, South Beach

 


 

Club Space

A pillar of downtown Miami’s nightlife scene, Space Miami has a huge dance space and a spectacular light show that keeps many of its guests perpetually mesmerized. An open-air patio at the rear of the club is the perfect place to catch a little fresh air, escape from the music. Club Space is more than 15 years old, and Miami is lucky to have it.

When to go?
Saturday – Only open on Saturday night where you can dance until Sunday morning and enjoy the rooftop sunrise view.

Where is it?
Club Space; 34 NE 11th St., Miami; 305-375-0001

 


 

El Patio

Techno and house music are all well and good, but sometimes you need a bit more flavor. El Patio the Best Latin Club in Miami can help. Co-owner Nicolas Hoyos imported furniture from his Colombian homeland to perfect the outdoor venue’s homespun vibe. DJ Mr. Pauer keeps the party going with a perfect playlist of reggaeton and Latin tunes, and the excellent happy hour and Tuesday ladies’ night make this one of Miami’s best party spots.

Where is it?
El Patio; 167 NW 23rd St., Miami; 786-409-2241

 


 

Wynwood Factory

Run by Space and Heart founder Louis Puig, this huge establishment just east of North Miami Avenue on NE 24th Street is quickly becoming Miami’s new favorite nightlife hot spot. Located inside an old sugar factory, The new Wynwood Factory is composed of 4 different event spaces and nightclub concepts, open-air creative spaces for concerts and food and art festivals, and a 2,000 square foot terrace overlooking Wynwood, Miami, and Miami Beach. Wynwood Factory will be the driving force behind the Wynwood art, music and entertainment scene.

Its recurring events, such as Relic and Ethics, always bring in heavy-hitters from the international DJ scene.

Where is it?
Wynwood Factory; 55 NE 24th St., Miami; 786-360-3712