Top 7 Vancouver Nightclubs

Vancouver is home to some of the best, most vibrant nightlife a city can offer. Use this Top 10 list to find the best Vancouver nightclubs, celebrity hot spots, raging dance venues, and crowds of beautiful people.

Want to know what the crowd is like inside a Vancouver nightclub before you pay the cover charge? Check out the free Nightbound app—developed by Vancouverites—which gives you real-time updates on the scene inside clubs on Granville Street.

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    The Roxy Caberet
    Courtesy of The Roxy Cabaret

    Blessed with a top spot in Granville Street's Entertainment District—it's easy to bar-hop all along Granville, before or after hitting The Roxy—this is one Vancouver institution that hasn't lost any of its celebrity cred. The Roxy is a dance club, live entertainment venue, and beer commercial come to life. Get there early or face long lines!

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    Celebrities Nightclub
    Courtesy of Celebrities Nightclub

    The biggest and best gay nightclub in Vancouver, Celebrities deserves its reputation for outrageous parties, hot DJs and dance nights you won't forget.

    It's easy to bar-hop around Celebrities, too: it's located in Davie Village in the West End, which is home to Vancouver's Best LGBTQ+ Nightlife.

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    OPUS Bar
    Courtesy of OPUS Hotel Vancouver

    The Opus Bar—part of the Opus Hotel—is the pinnacle of Yaletown's nightlife. Uber-fashionable and upscale, this celebrity haunt boasts gourmet cocktails and "O bites" and live music from some of Vancouver's best DJs. This is a very "see and be seen" scene.

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    Caprice Nightclub
    Courtesy of Caprice Nightclub

    Geared toward lovely young things and located on Granville Street, Caprice's dance floors are always crowded, and there's a theme party for every occasion, including long weekends and "end of the semester".

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    Bar None, Yaletown, Vancouver
    Courtesy of Bar None

    One of Yaletown's hottest nightspots—which means it's inevitably hip and trendy—the Bar None is part dance club, part lounge, and always crowded on weekends.

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    Fortune Sound Club
    Courtesy of Fortune Sound Club

    Located in historic Chinatown, this local favorite boasts a powerful sound system, good DJs, a very attractive crowd, and a mix of live shows, techno, and hip-hop. 

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    FIVESIXTY
    Courtesy of FIVESIXTY

    This gigantic club (it's 28,000 square feet!) has three dance floors and is genuinely beautiful! Weekends attract a diverse—but fairly young—crowd.