Driving beats and unique atmospheres define the Manchester, New Hampshire, dance club scene. Long a destination for Southern New Hampshire’s night life seekers, ManchVegas has plenty to offer with hot DJs, ready-to-serve bartenders, and accessibility to switch the excitement up with something new. One draw of downtown entertainment in the Queen City is how easy it is to get around, and if revelers are looking to hit a few dance clubs, it is simply a matter of strolling a block or two in either direction on Elm Street to find the next happening place.
Located just a short jaunt from the heart of downtown at 21 Amherst Street, Club Liquid caters to those with a need for over-the-top volume and a driving bass layering hip hop, rap, and emerging reggaeton beats. The club draws in the local crowds, and is massive in scale so there’s rarely a wait outside. The dance music is provided by a hand-picked selection of DJs, so there’s never any chance of the party slowing down. For those looking to hit a few Manchester clubs in a single night, Liquid is recommended as the place to start surfing the hot spots as a cover charge starts at 11pm.
Voted the number one dance club for the Granite State, Club 313 has the distinct pleasure of not only having the largest dance floor in NH but also for being the only diverse dance club in the state. DJs keep the beats coming throughout the week, with Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night seeing the most action on the floor. Located at 93 South Maple, Club 313 offers upgraded VIP treatment with reserved tables, express entry, and a complimentary bottle of top choice liquor with appetizers.
Located at 20 Old Granite Street, Drynk is the place to be seen in Manchester. The crowd is well dressed and always ready to have a good time, where everyone walking through the door enjoys the sprawling atmosphere and the feel that just about anything can happen. The club is a stellar place to visit mid tour when club hopping, with plenty of semi-private seating areas to catch your breath between busting out some moves. The music changes with the DJ selection so be prepared for everything from classic beats, electronic, and just released hip hop selections.
This Manchester classic is a great place to wind up your evening, with great music from yesterday and today keeping the party going. Located at 795 Elm Street, the club brags it is just 300 steps down the way from the Verizon Center, so if you’re looking for a great night with friends after a concert, this is the place to go. JW Hills has a great late night menu to recharge your batteries, with a stellar bar selection to tap into your thirst. There’s plenty of on and off-street parking in the neighborhood, so grab a few fellow night-life explorers and enjoy the life like you deserve.