Where You Can Hit The Dance Floor In Sydney Now Restrictions Have Eased
Dance floors in Sydney are BACK baby. For those of us who have been desperate to sweat it out in the clubs since lock down, now is your time to shine.
Obviously (and sadly), not all clubs have been able to open the dance floor just yet, especially given the social distancing rules and Sydney being very good at those small, sweaty underground clubbing beauties.
So, to help you make your very important choice, here’s a list of some of the best places you can get your groove on this weekend. Have fun, kids.
- The Golden Sheaf, Double Bay: Every Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday night from this week in Canopy Bar. There’ll also be DJs playing on the terrace and downstairs.
- The Ivy, CBD: R’n’B Fridays are back from tonight at 9pm. Free entry before 10pm.
- The Landsdowne, Ultimo: DJs spinning and the return of the downstairs dance floor every Saturday night.
- Barangaroo House, Barangaroo:
- Cargo Bar, Darling Harbour: This iconic waterside bar is back to business as usual this week.
- Bungalow8, King St Wharf: By night, this chill bar becomes the perfect summer dance club.
- Goros, Surry Hills:
- The Clock Hotel, Surry Hills: Weekly DJs and dancing on Friday and Saturday nights.
- The Soda Factory, Surry Hills: There’ll be a dance floor every Thurs to Sunday, as well as musical bingo on Tuesdays with DJs and more dancing.
- The Imperial, Erskineville: They’ll be opening a dance floor in their basement tonight only as a trial run, with hopefully more to come.
- The Marlborough ‘Marly’ Hotel, Newtown:
- The Bank Hotel
- Kings Cross Hotel, Kings Cross: 9pm on Friday December 18.
- The Cliff Dive, Darlinghurst: Back open from tonight, with $10 cocktail Happy Hour until 9pm.
- The Albion Hotel, Paramatta: E
(Lead Image: Provided / Kings Cross Hotel)