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Brazil’s party city Rio de Janeiro offers a vibrant nightlife with a vast array of nightclubs where you can enjoy endless partying and dancing until dawn. The city has some great dance clubs, lounges and bars where you can tune-in to a wide variety of music right from native tunes such as samba and forró music to rock, hip-hop and indie-pop.
Any nightclub in Rio mostly features a different theme every night depending on the music genre or the DJ. The much hyped city also hosts some of the trendiest LGBTQ+ nightclubs in and around Copacabana.
Set across two floors, one with a dance floor and other with a huge VIP section, this nightclub includes a smoking balcony that is in direct view of the imposing Statue of Christ.
Every night, Rio’s biggest DJs serve heart-pounding electronic beats to an elite and glamorous crowd, which mainly includes well-dressed Cariocas.
Set across two floors, one with a dance floor and other with a huge VIP section, including a smoking balcony that is in direct view of the imposing Statue of Christ.
Every night, Rio’s biggest DJs serve heart-beating electronic soundtracks to an elite and glamorous crowd, which mainly includes well-dressed carioca’s.
Located in the heart of Copacabana, Fosfobox is one of the few underground LGBTQ+ nightclubs to spin a nice rotation of international DJs to pop, glam rock, indie-rock and hip hop music. With a stylish bar to accompany the heart-thumping dance floor, Fosfobox is sure to fit your bill for a giddy night out.
Leviano is a Lapa’s prime music venue playing virtually every type of tune imaginable. The upstairs houses a dance floor packed with locals and tourists dancing to everything from MPB to bass-heavy favela funk. With an open-air sidewalk patio and tantalizing seafood menu, Leviano sure knows how to turn up the heat when it comes to partying.
The biggest LGBTQ+ nightclub of São Paulo opened its doors to Rio in 2007, instantaneously turning itself into one of the most popular places in the city. Located in a renovated house off Centro by the Port, The Week has DJs travel from all over the world to help you tear up the dance floor. Enjoy house, progressive and tribal music at this state-of-the-art nightclub complete with a mini plunge pool, five bars, a huge dance floor and VIP area.
Until the 1980s, Casa Rosa was popular for many decades as Brazil’s most famous brothel. However, today it is a lively cultural centre and one of the best dancing places to go in the hills of Laranjeiras. Right from samba to Balkan beats and Roda de samba with feijoada to Carnival dance parties, Casa Rosa hosts an array of musical themes. Be there to see yourself what’s behind those famous pink walls.