CLUB OF LONDON
Il clubbing is undoubtedly one of the main attractions for the guys who decide to spend a few days in London, or for the Londoners who want to leave behind a week of stress. London offers one of the best night life in the world, and there are hundreds of clubs in the British capital.
Always a breeding ground for talented talent, London and New York represent the capital of Music at the Planetary level; just think that Itunes Festival has been held here for at least two editions of the Roundhouse, in addition to the myriad of international artists who perform at the O2 Arena.
Kanoa recommend, based on our experiences, a number of clubs worth going to once in London.
Corsica Studios It's the place for you if you want to spend a trendy evening. The dimensions are ideal for maintaining an intimate atmosphere (maximum 500 people are allowed) and the music is always of excellent quality. To purchase tickets, Kanoa recommends the site CorsicaStudio.com.
Metro stop: Elephant and Castle.
Aquarium It is a place where they make great music and where you can find every evening an evening with different themes: the most popular are the seventies funk night and the glamorous Belle Epoque evening, inside a bar and if you want to take a dip pool, Kanoa recommends going there on Fridays, prices and info on the official website ClubAquarium.co.uk.
Metro stop: Old Street.
Roundhouse, built in 1846, it was used as an industrial building until the 1960s and was later transformed into one of the most celebrated clubs in the world. Today it offers a dense agenda of events and festivals ranging from music to theater, from circus to new interactive experiences. Kanoa recommends that you visit the official website for programming RoundHouse.org.uk.
Metro stop: Chalke Farm.
Fabric is one of the most fashionable clubs in London, located in the Farringdon area in an old factory in the capital and hosts world-famous Djs such as Jamie Jones, Matthew Dear, Steve Bug, so it is ideal for those who want to spend an evening in the name of house music. For detailed info visit the official website Fabriclondon.com.
Metro stop: Barbican Train: Farringdon.
Ministry of Sounds we talk about a Must in London, for lovers of electronic and house music, here Djs played from all over the world, Kanoa's advice is to buy tickets online as you will find row at the entrance and dress appropriately. Info and prices at the official website Ministryofsound.com.
Metro stop: Elephant & Castle.
Ministry Of Sound
Koko Famous guests of the caliber of Madonna and Coldplay have passed through here. Housed in an old theater that preserves its shape intact, it is located in the Camden Town area and is the ideal place if you love house and techno music, on some evenings you will find young English promises. Kanoa recommends the official website for info and prices, Koko.uk.com.
Metro stop: Mornington Crescent.
Pacha a touch of Ibiza in the heart of London. The Pacha is located in a historic building, opposite Victoria Station, and retains much of the original look and antique furnishings. Famous and elegant club, the Pacha is a funky-house institution. For info and prices Kanoa recommends the official website PachaLondon.com.
Metro stop: Victoria Station.
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