Below is a list of the top and leading Nightclubs in Phoenix. To help you find the best Nightclubs located near you in Phoenix, our team at Kev’s Best put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Phoenix’s Best Nightclubs:
The top rated Nightclubs in Phoenix are:
- Karamba Nightclub
- Club Dwntwn
- Char’s Has the Blues
- Monarch Theatre
- Q’s Nightclub
Karamba Nightclub is a Latin inspired gay bar situated in Phoenix. The enormous sound created by its world-class sound system is perfect for a night of drag show or heavy partying. Their huge indoor areas sport interior designs that are edgy and contemporary. A large patio awaits guests who prefer the fresh air and outdoor space. The crowd inside the nightclub is comprised of buff individuals, circuit party frequenters, and straight but liberated guests. They have been awarded the Best of Phoenix continuously from 2004 to 2015.
Bar, Dance Floor, Food, Drag Show, Karaoke
“Ethan and Cris are great, I love the service and the security guys, they are amazing.” -Luz Camacho
Club Dwntwn is a dance club that hosts Latin inspired parties. It is a venue that shouts grandeur with its bright and welcoming atmosphere. The nightclub consists of three rooms specifically made to create a focus on various dance influences. With its own bar area, and private rooms dedicated to specific genre guests can’t help but share how they enjoyed this unique setup. Aside from that, they have a talented inhouse band that adds a carefree vibe to the place, enough to invoke the dancing juices of their patrons.
Bar, Wednesday Poetry Night
“Wednesday poetry night is amazing. The band is awesome! The atmosphere is cool, laid back but still hyped enough to have fun between performances. Should definitely give it a try.” -Stephanie Neal
Char’s Has the Blues
Char’s Has the Blues’ clever name has attracted countless guests curious to know the reason behind it. The nightclub is based in Phoenix and dedicated to the blues, funk, soul, and r &b genre. Their team of courteous and lively staff will surely make the nightlife experience memorable and stress-free. Oftentimes individuals who prefer live music are their guests, as well those invested in the soul, funk, blues, and r & b dance genre. They can dance through their heart’s content every day since live music is a regular feature of Char’s.
Blues, R&B, Soul & Funk
“This place has been consistently awesome, it’s small but make friends and don’t be so uptight! Lol.” -Claudia Birch
Monarch Theatre is a bi-level nightclub that can be found in the downtown Phoenix area. It pioneered House, Bass, and various dance music genre in its solstice Sunday event now a popular event for club-goers. The nightclub was constructed on April 20, 2012, mainly a renovation job on its main dance floor, an addition of a concert stage, and installation of a world-class Canadian PK sound system. They are a host to hip hop, live acts, festivals, breakbeats, and some fashion events.
Dance Floor, Concert Stage, Canadian PK Sound System, Surge Saturdays
“I’ve been coming here for years it’s one of the best venues in the state. The staff is very professional and friendly. The bottle girls are beautiful and so down to earth. They have great drink prices and some of the best hookah I’ve ever smoked.” -Ali Yousufzai
Q’s Nightclub lists down their strict dress code for their party-goers. Men should wear formal attire including a suit, tie, dress pants, paired with a dress shirt, and dress shoes. Meanwhile, for women, it is recommended that they don a cocktail dress, evening dress, dress slacks, or dress skirts partnered with evening shoes or heels. Should the guests arrive in casual attire they should avoid accessories that could compromise the venue’s security like large jewelry, chains, and headgears. A strict non-admittance is implemented for those wearing shorts, jerseys, crop tops, and non-fitting clothes.
Taco Tuesdays, All-Star Thursday, Hip Hop, Latin
“The bartender in the temple was really nice!! they picked up my bag and gave it back to me sooo touched and I really appreciate it.” -Nancy Flores