Nightclubs, where to go out in Brussels

Brussels is known for its festive side and its nightlife and offers you numerous nightclubs where the DJs keep you dancing all the way through to the early hours of the morning.

Electronic music lovers will love the Fuse, Zodiak or C12, while hip-hop afficionados love to gather at Bloody Louis.

Madame Moustache attracts a more rock ‘n’ roll crowd with its electric and refined programme, whereas Bar Rouge welcomes elegant night owls.

Come and experience an unforgettable night in our beautiful capital and dance to various atmospheres of Brussels’ nightlife!

  • FUSE

    FUSE is a legendary club which was founded back in 1994. It was the first club in Belgium to feature international DJs and live techno shows. The club is even known over the border for its impressive programme, which is varied and up-to-date and a veritable showcase of the latest musical trends.

  • C12

    Since the beginning of 2018, Brussels is one new nightclub and multipurpose project space richer and it's hard to imagine the city's nightlife without it. C12 lies hidden beneath Brussels' Central Station in what used to be known as the Horta Gallery. At the helm is ‘Deep in House’, a techno collective that is well established on the clubbing scene. As well as steamy house and techno parties, there's space for concerts, exhibitions and performances. C12 is a freespace where freedom, diversity, creativity and alternative culture are protected and celebrated. An absolute must.

  • Bloody Louis

    Situated at 32 Avenue Louise in Brussels, this trendy club is a place where music lovers come together. Leather chesterfield sofas, table football, neon lights and a pinball machine contribute to a unique decor. The 'Bloody' reaches out to a cosmopolitan audience that enjoys emerging hip hop and house music. In the past 3 years they have welcomed artists like DJ Snake, Future, Diplo, Travis Scott, Tory Lanez, PNL, Martin Solveig…

  • Spirito Brussels

    Spirito Brussels is quite literally a temple of the night. This fancy club with its carefully selected audience has established itself in an Anglican church. The interior oozes with opulence and elegance. No wonder that the grand interior has been named one of the world's most beautiful clubs by Edge Channel 7!


    ZODIAK opened its doors in October 2016 and offers an interstellar nightlife experience, just a few steps from Grand-Place, at Rue du Marché aux Fromages a.k.a. 'Pitta street'. Fans of electronic music will be able to enjoy a musical and visual journey in this new venue where the cultures of clubbing and underground are intimately intertwined. A place with a convivial atmosphere that specifically showcases the Belgian electronic scene and young emerging artists.

  • YOU night club

    Considered as the one of the best nightclubs in the centre of Brussels, the You Night Club changes character each night. Friday's crowd is quite young and the music played is commercial, with themed nights organised. Saturdays are focused on hip hop for 25 to 30 year olds, with a selection at the door and strict attention given to a qualitative service and the best possible music. Sundays at the You have been a cornerstone of the gay party scene in Brussels for more than ten years now. Make your choice!

  • The best bars if you want to dance

  • Madame Moustache

    Madame Moustache is the place to go for an eclectic night out in the heart of Brussels. With alternative concerts ranging from swing to the 80s, surf to rock ’n’ roll, this eclectic yet tasteful programme makes each and every visit to this whiskered woman a winner!

  • Bonnefooi

    Bonnefooi is the live music and DJ set cafe par excellence, where you can have fun well into the early hours of the morning, often until 7am! Nestled in the historical centre of Brussels, this bar with a warm atmosphere was once a chandelier shop, with an impressive balcony and a refined design.

  • Kumiko Izakaya

    Kumiko is a modern take on the Japanese canteen, and more! A workplace, a cocktail bar and somewhere to have fun, this multi-purpose culinary "pub" perfectly incarnates the Japanese concept of ‘Izakaya’ (festive bars in Tokyo), with a lovely Brussels touch! You'll love their concerts and DJs sets.

  • Bar Rouge

    Bar Rouge has been an institution of Brussels’ nightlife for more than 10 years. This unique bar welcomes you from Tuesday to Saturday from 23:00 to 6:00 at the earliest. Bar Rouge offers a warm, friendly welcome with a wide choice of Champagne and other spirits of all kinds, along with music you can dance to all night long. Evenings start with a mixture of Nu-Disco and other Pop classics, with House and Techno gems rounding off wonderful nights at the Rouge in a warm atmosphere. Resident DJ Belben orchestrates proceedings.

  • Benelux

    Benelux is the new place to be a stone's throw from the Grand-Place. Une déco branchée, soignée et très typée, un service attentionné et une ambiance décontractée. C’est le bar parfait pour siroter un cocktail, s’amuser, discuter se montrer, … et danser pendant ses soirées avec DJ ou musique live.

  • Café Central

    Café Central - though not all that central - is well worth a visit. A vibrant and trendy atmosphere is guaranteed thanks to mini-concerts, movie projections and DJ sets, all of which are free! The central space, no matter how full, always has space for dancers to let their hair down to great music.

  • Celtica

    Celtica is a large Irish pub with a disco upstairs and eight screens downstairs for sports fans. It's extremely popular with young tourists, students and Brussels singles. It offers music shows and DJ sets at the weekend.

  • Cabarets

  • Chez Maman

    Chez Maman is one of Brussels' most famous gay bars. Known for its drag shows, it's full at weekends, especially the nights Maman and her girls revisit the great classics of the gay repertoire. Open from 23:00 on Fridays and Saturdays (free entrance).

  • Cabaret Mademoiselle

    Cabaret Mademoiselle is a place where the burlesque meets the 1930s, the circus and freak shows, drag queens and stand-up comedy. It's a mixture of genres in a colourful and spectacular atmosphere. The menu favours artisan Brussels beers and Belgian spirits.