Tuesday | June 11, 2019


Summer has finally hit the city and while there may be nowhere to run or hide, there are still places to party without letting Dubai’s infamous heatwave get in the way.

So, whether you’re into hip-hop or electronic, we’ve found you clubs that won't leave you completely drenched in sweat at the end of your night…well, maybe just a little…from all that dancing, of course.


Since its launch at the JW Marriott Marquis, 1OAK has attracted the crème de la crème of Dubai’s nightlife scene, and for all the right reasons. Born out of the catchphrase, “1 of a kind” the club lives up to its name by offering a night that mirrors the eclectic party culture of New York City. From #1OfAKind Sundays to Tokyo Tuesdays, you don’t even have to wait till the weekend to get your party on! You’d be right setting high expectations for a club that’s a top favorite among celebrities such as Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Kanye West and Rihanna.


When one of the most fashionable brands in the world opens up a club in one of the most luxurious cities in the world, you know you’re in for a night of only the best. This party spot plays host to both local and international DJs with genres ranging from hip-hop to all the latest hits. It also doubles up as a lounge with a more laid-back vibe, where you can relax and catch up with mates over drinks. Perfect for the long summer! Ladies, don't miss their 'Rhythm' Tuesday nights!

Billionaire Mansion

While there may be plenty of reasons to party at this Business Bay hotspot, we’ll give you our top three favorite ones – luxurious venue, kickass lineups and exceptional performances – every week! Whether it’s their wild ‘Can’t Tame Her’ ladies’ night on Fridays, or ‘Hip-notize Thursday’ that has some of the biggest homegrown DJs take to the decks, you’ll be partyin’ it up like a billionaire each night. The venue triples up as a lounge, restaurant and club – make sure you don’t miss all the delicious food and the spectacular dinner show!


Don’t be too surprised to find this venue packed even on a weekday – BOA is proof that Dubai really knows how to party. If you haven’t heard yet, the nightlife hotspot has recently announced a mind-blowing lineup of artists for the whole of summer – we’re talking seven hip-hop superstars with one yet to be confirmed. What’s more, the club will now remain open four nights a week all throughout summer – giving you more reasons to get off the couch and on to the dance floor!

Industrial Avenue

Perhaps one of the only clubs in Dubai that encourages you to “come as you are”, Industrial Avenue at The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina is purely about the music. Forget fancy décors and dress codes, your clubbing experience at Industrial Avenue will take you on a journey that’s far more reminiscent of the underground music scenes of Berlin, Manchester, London and Ibiza. With special nights dedicated to deep house and old school hip-hop, you wouldn’t have to worry about strict door policies, making this club an even more attractive fuss-free party spot.

Soho Garden

You wouldn’t have to worry about the heat at two of the biggest new additions to Meydan hotspot Soho Garden – ‘Glasshouse by Soho’ and ‘Tokyo Vibes’. The fully air-conditioned venues will feature a double ladies’ night every Wednesday with the gorgeous women of the city being treated to free grape from 8pm onwards. If you’re looking to tear up the dance floor, Mondays to Wednesdays will be urban music nights while house fans can get down to the freshest tunes from Thursdays to Saturdays.

Toy Room

There’s never a dull night at Toy Room that has everything you could ask for in a club – an energetic crowd, banging tunes and let’s not forget, a lovable, party-lovin' mascot called Frank The Bear. Known for hip-hop and commercial nights, some of the city’s brightest DJs have played alongside major international artists such as Nelly and Omarion here in the past. What’s more, the club will now be open five days a week – that’s Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday – you know what that means, more parties!

Article published: 11th June, 2019


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