nightlife

If you’re going for a trip to Rome, you might spend the day admiring all that the beautiful city has to offer – the magnificent architecture, the art, the cuisine, and all else that is historical and antique. But at night, the city springs to life with its music and nightclubs and dancing. Here are some of the best nightclubs for dancing.

Live Alcazar

Live Alcazar is an all-new concept in Trastevere which will give you a night to remember with all the various performances and events it has to offer. On Thursdays, Live Alcazar offers live music jam sessions. Fridays and Saturdays are reserved for concerts by international and Italian soul, R&B, funk, and jazz artists, along with resident bands. As the night goes on, you can pick yourself up with some perfect classic and mixology cocktails, and music that transforms the place into a dance floor.

Live Alcazar

La Conventicola degli Ultramoderni

This burlesque club is run by two fantastic directors, Sior Mirkaccio Dettori, and Madame De Freitas, the latter being the icon of post burlesque variety shows. The leadership quality shines through in all of the clubs with its extraordinary and creative flow as space for the best underground artists along with the directors, to take the stage. The Conventicola is unparalleled in all of Italy, a world unto itself, making it perfect for a special night out.

Circolo degli Illuminati

While most other clubs blast a certain kind of music and have one specific vibe, Il Circolo degli Illuminati will do you three better. The club has three clubrooms and a large garden, with each of the clubrooms offering different kinds of music. The first room is oriented towards tech house music, the second towards Hip Hop, both perfect for dancing, while the third room offers chill music for you to relax to while sipping cocktails. While visiting this place, make sure you attend their Minù – a weekly Saturday night party featuring the best electronic music.

Circolo degli Illuminati

Shari Vari Playhouse

This club, situated in the heart of Rome, used to be called the SupperClub. But today, it has transformed completely to earn its place in Rome’s nightlife. Recast as the Shari Vari Playhouse, it truly lives up to its playhouse title by offering a little something for everyone. The interior design of the club is akin to a 50s American household. On Fridays and Saturdays, you can find the club playing different kinds of music in different rooms on two different floors. It is open for dinner every night, and reservations are necessary to gain access to this club.