Toronto is home to a variety of trendy clubs that regularly feature live music and represent the diversity of this bustling city. Take a look at our favourite hottest clubs for live music!
Though there's a $20 cover charge on Friday and drinks are pricey, CUBE is the best. With gorgeous views of downtown from their large patio, great music, tasty food, good company—you can't go wrong.
Within walking distance of Union Station, this venue has great acoustics and is designed perfect enough for every concert goer to get a close up view of the stage regardless of where you stand.
With a solid, consistent sound and ease of moving closer to the stage, music lovers flock to Lee's quite often. The Dance Cave upstairs is great to mingle with others after hours of live music.
Regarded as one of the best clubs for EDM, The Hoxton is full of chic 20-somethings. It's super laid back and lineups move pretty quickly. Though it gets crowded, the ambiance and mood make up for it.
El Mocambo is one of city's oldest music venues, serving Toronto's music scene for over 100 years. Known for hosting The Rolling Stones in '77, El Mo is an essential destination for music lovers.
Wrongbar is swanky and very intimate with dark interiors. Though it's got a rowdy atmosphere, the sound system is spot on and is one of the best spots in the city for indie and cutting edge music.
Take a trip around the world! While you enjoy delicious food and drinks, the lounge hosts live salsa, jazz, Brazilian and world music. Lula also once hosted Grammy darlings Norah Jones and Feist.
Bovine has been a neighbourhood institution since the 90s, with rock, punk and metal bands. The club has been consistent with great music, drinks, atmosphere, and the right amount of grunge!
Check out our listing of the hottest clubs in London UK, read reviews, view upcoming events and more.
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78/79 Chalk Farm Road, London UK London United Kingdom
Bartok is an intimate, funky, music bar that is situated opposite the Camden Roundhouse. It’s red, velvety drapes and retro tones create the perfect atmosphere for a chilled evening’s entertainment. They also have a decadent cocktail menu, tasty bar snacks, plush sofas, and warm, friendly staff. Tube: Chalk Farm Road/Camden Town Bus: [more]
317 Battersea Park Road, London UK London United Kingdom
THE INDY ‘PRS MUSIC BAR OF THE YEAR’ 2008 The Halo is an award winning venue based in SW London. Once described as a ‘best kept secret’ the word is finally out and The Halo attracts performers from across the globe. Run by a professional and dedicated team for the last five years, The Halo provides a beautiful [more]
Leake Street, SE1 7NN London, United Kingdom, London UK London United Kingdom
The Vaults is made up of a permanent gallery space, The Vaults Galley, and 8 other different arches of varying sizes and shapes used for theatre, music, events, art and everything in between. The venue is not permanently licensed, but with each arch possessing its own address we operate within the space using 168 days worth of temporary events [more]
5 Parkway, London UK London United Kingdom
The Jazz Cafe was set up by Jon Dabner in Camden in 1990, and the Mean Fiddler Organisation bought the venue in 1992. At that time ‘Acid jazz’, the dance floor oriented funk hybrid that gave the style press something to write about, was all the rage and a whole batch of bands sprung forth around the thirst for revamped wah wah grooves. The [more]