added: 23 Oct 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
As Scotland's spiritual clubbing home, a trip to the concrete city is a must for anyone looking for a weekend of great music and good times.
From warehouse clubs and live music venues to secret jazz bars and swanky clubs, there's something to suit every music taste in this diverse city, so if you fancy getting away for a weekend of clubbing, you might like to know that Travelodge offer great rates on Glasgow hotels.
There are many great venues to choose from, but we've narrowed it down so that once you've chosen between the many hotels in Glasgow you can get planning your clubbing itinerary.
This Hacienda-style bar specialises in cocktails, serving mojitos, caiprinhas and more which are made by trained mixologists. A diverse venue, you can either relax in this opulent and beautiful Mediterranean hideaway, drop by on a Saturday at 11pm for a traditional Spanish show, party to resident DJs playing latin, funk and pop music, or even join a salsa class on Thursday evenings.
From ground-breaking theatre to huge name DJs and hot new bands, the Arches breaks down any traditional notions of what an arts venue should be. Situated underneath Glasgow's Central Station, it has become one of Europe's leading cultural venues since it first opened 21 years ago in 1991. Playing host to some of Britain's biggest club nights and an eclectic range of gigs, as well as exciting new theatre and visual art exhibitions, it's no wonder people often drop in for lunch or a drink in the cafe bar and end up staying for the rest of the evening.
Owned by the same group that owns the O2 Arena in London, a wise range of musical tastes are catered for, with indie night 'Rubbermensch' on a Thursday, 'Festival' on Fridays and 'Love Music' on Saturdays.
Undeniably cheesy, but great if you're looking for a cheap, busy night out, it's no wonder The Garage is popular with students. Foam parties and fancy dress nights happen regularly at this venue, which is open every night of the week.
Completely opposite to The Garage, 'Numbers' is a night held at Sub Club and attracts a more underground crowd for its dubstep, bass, techno, hip hop and weird electronica.