LIV is a megaclub that Kanye West and Drake have rapped about. LIV is luxurious and turnt inside the Fontainebleau hotel lobby
This super-flashy dance club with an 8,000-person capacity is Sin City's glitzy, over-the-top nighttime experience.
Indie rock, dub, reggae, and electronica draw Eastsiders to this twin club complex. Club nights rival its live music.
Le Bain & The Rooftop at The Standard High Line in the Meatpacking District offers great views of downtown Manhattan, cocktails
Saloon in Minneapolis is one of many gay bars that host great dance parties.
The main room has a DJ booth, sound system, dance floor, and small stage.
24-hour operating licences help. Its size, grandeur, and custom sound system make it one of L.A.'s most chest-thumping venues.
European, Detroit, and Chicago house, techno, and electro DJs, as well as the weekly Queen! dance party, dominate weekend bookings.
This two-tiered LED-explosion, owned by the same people who brought us LIV, is edgier and books deeper, more underground house acts.
This five-story MGM Grand casino behemoth is tacky, over-the-top, and irresistible. Calvin Harris, Afrojack, and Questlove fill dancefloors.