Going out is one of the most exciting parts of the student experience for many people, and Bristol is a city with some of the best student club nights around. The music scene is ecstatic, and whether you are a fan of pop, indie or techno, there will be something to fit your tastes in this lively city. Here is a list of a few great student nights in Bristol.
(Keep in mind that COVID-19 restrictions have affected the occurrences of these events.)
This water-bound club has been a student favourite for a very long time, and it has some great club nights, from Thekla Thursdays to their Pop Confessionals. The Pop Confessional nights, in particular, are very well-liked and are advertised as playing ‘guilty pleasure’ pop jams on Saturday nights. So, if you are a diehard pop fan, or want to relive some of those year six school disco memories, Thekla’s Pop Confessional nights are well worth attending.
OMG is Bristol’s largest lesbian and gay club venue, and every Wednesday the club hosts their Poundemonium nights. Who could say no to drinks for only one pound? On top of that, entry is free each Wednesday, so the low cost of this student night is a draw. The venue itself is awesome and guarantees an electric night out.
Lounge has quickly become a student staple of the Bristol club scene, and the venue holds many different student club nights throughout the week. Impulse Fridays, though, are very popular and have a great atmosphere to them, so why not skate straight from your last lectures of the week to Lounge?
For those who enjoy a tropical aesthetic, with its tiki décor and floral undertones, Lola Los is a perfect location for a perfect night out. Every Thursday, the club throws its Killa Disco night, complete with some hard-to-beat drink discounts and giveaways. The music is pretty great as well, with the resident DJ working all night.
BED Mondays are another student staple on the long list of club nights which usually happen weekly in Bristol. The club itself certainly provides an exciting and unique night, complete with a ball pit and fried chicken served until the early hours of the morning. With £5 entry and drink offers, BED Mondays are hard to resist!
For any rock and indie fans, going to the Fleece on Saturday nights is a brilliant idea, as this is when the venue hosts Propaganda. During Propaganda, you are free to party until 4 am, and entry is discounted for students until 12am. The deals on drinks are pretty decent, but the real pull factor of The Fleece on Propaganda night is the quality of the music.
Source: My Guide Bristol
Fat Lip is another Saturday club night and usually happens monthly at The Lanes. Music ranges from classic party to alternative indie, and the venue has its own outdoor terrace for added ambience.