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The Top 10 Best UK Rave Venues For Winter Rave And Nightclub Season

Need somewhere new to visit and book this winter rave season? From smaller intimate venues to large warehouse rave locations, we outline the best clubs across the UK that you won’t want to miss out on in 2022. 

1. Fabric(London)

 

23 years of raving, fabric is one of London’s most well established nightclubs. Matching up to its Berlin competitors The Berghain, club co-founder Cameron Leslie made the decision to ban photography and videoing inside the club to bring it back to its 90s roots. The idea was to give it that in-the-moment feeling. House, Techno and Drum and Bass will be on the cards at Fabric. An essential visit if you're in London!

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2. Motion(Bristol)

Voted as DJ Mag's 11th best club in the world and the UK's best large club, Motion is one of the worlds most exciting and ever evolving venues. Motion is a great mixed use space - a combination of old warehouse spaces with a cobbled front courtyard and riverside area. The place to be if you are visiting Bristol. From House and Techno to DnB and Trance, you're sure to find an event to your taste here.

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3. Warehouse Project(Manchester)

 Warehouse Project flipped the British nightlife script upon launch in 2006 by introducing a seasonal rather than year-round permanent club. It is housed in the arches of car parks(pretty cool right). Piccadilly Railway Station and Depot Mayfield have been used as locations, mimicking the secret location warehouse raves that take us back to the 90s. Named as a top 100 club worldwide in 2022 by DJ Mag, you don't want to miss this when you're heading up north!

With over 10,000 capacity, you are sure to get that larger festival vibe at one of Warehouse Project's events.

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4. Lakota, Bristol

With over 15 years of history, Lakota is one of Bristol's most famous nightclubs. Spread out over 3 levels and containing four dance floors, the club hosts big events attracting ravers from around the country. Lakota is a one stop shop for all your nightlife needs. From Disco to Drum & Bass, Techno to Grime. It also hosts a monthly visit from the UK’s largest Psytrance night, Tribe Of Frog. All genres, tastes and customers are catered for at Lakota. One to tick off your list when going out in Bristol for sure.

 

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5. Ministry of Sound(London)

This wouldn't be a top 10 list without another London heavyweight club. We all remember the Ministry of Sound CD's we used to collect in our childhoods, experience it in real life this winter rave season. The MOS is a staple of London’s club scene for three decades and the sound system in the main room is second to none. Proudly labelling itself as 'The Home of Dance Music' , the experience of this club is immersive and unforgettable, taking you to another dimension as you dance the night away.

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6. World HQ(Newcastle)

WHQ is an Independent, multiracial Nightclub in Newcastle, raving since 1993. Labelling the experience as 'a really good party in a comfy little secret house' with 2 floors and a lounge bar, WHQ pride themselves in being truly independent and underground. They offer a great alternative to the City's out-dated, corporate leisure group, stag party type groove. 

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7. Engine Rooms(Southampton)

Engine Rooms is the South Coast's Biggest independent live music venue. It is home to the best Electronic and Live Music Events featuring the worlds top djs and bands. The venue boasts a multi-functioning entertainment space, able to accommodate live music, club nights, comedy, exhibitions, cinema, theatre, and club music. With so much variety here you are sure to find an event that suits you!

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8. Stealth(Nottingham)

For the 18 years, Stealth has gained the deserved reputation as the Midlands’ number one club. Voted by DJ Mag as the #65 Best Club In The World, you're sure to have a blast. The club has welcomed some of the biggest names in the world -  Chase & Status, David Guetta, Diplo, Disclosure, Dizzee Rascal and Fatboy Slim. 

Stealth is the musical mecca for dance fans in the midlands and is Nottingham's number one club due to its forward thinking music policy, showcasing the newest and most exciting musical talent week in, week out.

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9. Blackstone Street Warehouse(Liverpool)

There aren't many cities that deliver raving like Liverpool. there's very few party starters as well versed as the scousers! Blackstone Street Warehouse is the ultimate venue for big Ibiza style events. It is a multi purpose indoor event space located on Liverpool’s North Docks. Hosting huge events such as ELROW and CIRCUS, It has established itself as Liverpool's leading clubbing institution and one of the city's biggest rave spaces.

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10. SWG3(Glasglow)

SWG3 Prides itself as one of Scotland’s most distinctive independent venues. An innovative club, SWG3 is a cool warehouse party venue in the West End. Located on the edge of a motorway, SWG3 edgy vibe with cement walls, ceilings, pillars and exposed ventilation help club promoters transform the space into a nightclub/warehouse rave mecca overnight.

They even have a radical new thermal heating and cooling system, harnessing body heat from ravers on the dancefloor to convert into energy and heat/cool the space. Pretty cool!


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