Out trying to find the hottest club in Salt Lake City? We luckily this article has found you. Salt Lake City is a beautiful and vibrant place bustling with activity. Locating the top club can be a challenge, especially if you’re new to the city. Even if you’re local, knowing hot and upcoming clubs might be difficult to keep track of. If looking for what’s popular right now, then this article will immensely help you plan you’re next night out.
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SKY is a multi functioning 3-floor space worked for large scale events, weddings, private parties, concerts and most importantly nightclub events. The 15.000 sq ft club is complete with the pristine sound, 300′′video screen, glass retractable roof, 20 VIP suites availible for table reservation, 14 garage doors and performance lighting different than anything else found in SLC.
Sky is one of the top entertainment facility in Salt Lake City and arugably in the United States. Click Upcoming Events at Sky to see who’s performing next!
Area 51 does plenty to keep Salt Lake City’s youth entertained and moving, as those fans of partying to techno, house and trance music will find this to be one of Salt Lake’s best venues for combining those interests.
If you’re looking for nice little quiet conversation this is not your place. The music is loud music while live DJs, crowded dance floors, and themed evenings create noise beyond belief. Whether you’re looking for ladies’ night or 80’s night, Area 51 hosts their own website letting you know the theme of the night in question, ensuring yourself a fun and satisfied night.
Soundwell, placed in the heart of downtown Salt Lake, is the latest and most intimate music venue to come up. The venue is thriving in the Salt Lake City concert scene.
If you find yourself and Soundwell and think, “hey, wait this feels familiar…” its probably because it it is. Soundwell today was once known as the popular club Elevate. The fully remodeled venue swung their doors in April 2018, offering top-notch talent and top sound in a close friendly atmosphere. Click Upcoming Events at Soundwell to see what’s happening this weekend!
Since our the founding in 2001, Urban Lounge has offered Salt Lake City a vast array of live performances from artists that you won’t find anywhere else in the state. Their cozy and spacious bar setting allows for music-lovers to experience internationally-renowned artists underground stars alike in a wonderful and intimate atmosphere. They have hosted bands/artists such as Big Wild, Gryffin, Big KRIT, RAC, GZA, Juicy J, Miike Snow, and many many more.
Luckily for Salt Lake City residents, Urban Lounge has remained committed to growing the music community in Salt Lake by continuing to bring huge artists to the town. An establishment that’s been around this long and that’s hosted such a wide array of artists deserves special recognition.
Ibiza SLC Ultra Lounge
Ibizia SLC Ultra Lounge is known for many things. A fantastic staff, great music and a worth while experience. Patrons exclaim that they are treated like a VIP every-time they go to this location.
There is fantastic lighting, sound and they have a spacious patio for fresh air. Many love this new club. One should know it feels very upscale and has a powerful EDM feel to it. Again I think it may be worth mentioning for a second time that the lighting at this venue is spectacular! And for those tired of being yanked around by rude security, Ibizia SLC Ultra Lounge somehow someway has garned the reputation as having a security team that’s extremely accommodating and courteous. Might have to go just to experience what thats like…
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At the Sundance Film Festival, stars can be found on the big screen, on Main Street, and in the club — specifically one in particular. The annual Tao Park City late-night pop-up, presented by Tequila Don Julio, will celebrate it’s 12th anniversary this year with a brand-new space, one that heralds a certain benchmark of success for the offshoot of the celebrity watering hole. Bottle service of course, is available – book in advance on the Discotech app.
Tao and its original outposts (which include locations in New York City and Las Vegas, and venues Marquee, LAVO and Avenue) have become beacons for celebrities during the wee hours, and the Tao Park City pop-up, which will move from The Lift to a space called The Yard, is no exception.
“There’s nowhere else to go late at night. We fill a specific void,” explains co-owner Noah Tepperberg, who owns Tao Hospitality with his partners Rich Wolf, Jason Strauss and Marc Packer. “People don’t want to go home at 1 a.m. They want to hang out; they want to do business. We host influential and well-connected people.”
Tepperberg isn’t kidding: Over the past 12 years, since Tao Park City has expanded from a ticketed concert series to a private event, their exclusive guest list has attracted the best of the best of Sundance, including Pharrell, Maroon 5 and 50 Cent (who all performed in the early days of the pop-up), Zoe Kravitz, Diplo, Lil Jon and Nick and Joe Jonas. Those lucky enough to get into what is commonly referred to as “the parking garage” in the past, have been able to see intimate moments between celebrities such as Aubrey O’Day bouncing up and down on CeeLo Green’s lap; Margot Robbie locking lips with Alexander Skaarsgard; and Shialene Woodley dancing on a table top. Nas, Rick Ross and Kaskade have all performed as the clock ticked past 1 a.m.
The new space, The Yard, will be over 10,000 square feet and be able to accommodate approximately 100 more people than The Lift. The new space has been custom-built off-site and shipped in from California and Las Vegas. “We just outgrew it again,” explained Tepperberg.
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