I love the Hague, but a lot of people complain about the nightlife scene in the Hague. Despite these complaints, you’ll find numerous places to go out dancing in the Hague, including a few clubs and cafes with live DJs. Keep reading for the best places for nightlife in the Hague!
Every Thursday and Friday, La Bodeguita offers Latin dance parties. On Thursdays, you’ll find the Bachata & Kizomba parties, a perfect chance to show off your smooth moves to your significant other. On Friday, for only five euros cover, they have a Latin Dance party where you can dance salsa, reggaeton, and other styles.
Can we not mention Paard? Paard often hosts great events, including concerts and dance parties. One notable is the No Diggity ’90s dance parties, but you’ll also find the Kiss All Hipsters dance party, the Hip hop dance parties, roller discos, silent dance parties, and African-inspired nights. Buy your tickets ahead to save!
For house, electro, and other diverse genres perfect for a night out, check the event calendar for Het Magazijn. Their in-house residents and guest DJs play a great selection of music in an inclusive LGBTQ-friendly space. There is a cover charge, but it’s worth it if you’re looking for a place to dance in piece.
PIP Den Haag
For a proper rager, head to PIP Den Haag. This garden and underground-style club in the Binkhorst puts on parties, festivals, and other events with DJs. The music goes towards house and electronic, but check the agenda if you’re looking for a late night out as they sometimes don’t open their doors until
For those missing the swankier clubs of Amsterdam and other cities, you can head to Bink for their dress code-enforced parties on their rooftop with house music and other varieties. They don’t do this every single night, but they often have special themed nights to dance the night away. Tickets sell out in advance as these events aren’t that often. (They usually have some music.)
beach clubs in SCHEVENINGEN* (Seasonal)
If you can bear to wait until summer, the beach clubs in Scheveningen offer a great chance to dance the night away along the water. Although public transit might not be as kind to you as it shuts down early, you’ll find numerous beach clubs with music and drinks.
In the heart of Grote Markt, you’ll find Zeta. They often play hip hop and house music, so check their agenda on their website for their dance-oriented events with a DJ. Whether you’re looking for
At Havana, you can dance before stepping outside for a view of the Binnenhof. Not bad? This Cuban-style club is the closest to a standard club in my mind. On Fridays and Saturdays, they’re open late for dancing. The various DJs
Millers is known as one of the better cocktail bars in the Hague. In the evenings, after dinner, the bar converts into a cafe with a live DJ. Whether it’s their Tequila Tuesdays, Student Thursdays (with cheap beer specials), Funky Fridays, or Saturday sessions, it’s a good excuse to go out. The minimal age and type of music changes depending on the evening, so if you’re younger, you might want to check their agenda first.
a pro tip*
Tired of spending money out looking for good music? An insider tip: leave a note with your neighbors about having guests over and have your own dance party at your house. I guarantee that it will be just as fun and probably cheaper than going out!