Sacramento. The beautiful capital of California located 384 miles from LA has been creating some noise in the EDM nightlife scene. Home to half a million people, Sacramento nightlife hopes to grow quickly to support the cries from their citizens, demanding bigger and better venues to party at. These clubs have seemingly answered these calls. So without wasting anymore time, let’s get to it.
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The Park Ultra Lounge
The Park Ultra Lounge is Northern California’s premier nightclub and lounge located in the heart of Downtown Sacramento. The 21 and over venue brings in high quality talent on their popular Friday and Saturday nights. The lounge is perfect for those who want to get tables or would like to grab drinks and delicious appetizers at the bar while listening to some of the top performers and music. To catch your favorite tunes and performers, make sure to check out upcoming events at The Park Ultra Lounge so see your favorites!
Dada Life, Party Favor, and many more have made use of The Park Ultra Lounge to deliver some unforgettable shows to jaw dropped audiences. This venue delivers unforgettable nights, and is one of the more popular nightclubs in Sacramento. We strongly recommend checking it our for yourself.
According to the establishment, “Faces is the place to relax and be yourself without judgment.” It’s also a nightclub that offers top of the line EDM dance tracks. Enjoy the beat while you express yourself on three separate dance rooms and refresh yourself at 15 bar stations. Faces is a gay bar where everyone is welcome.
The club claims to be the number 1 gay nightclub in Sacramento. We can’t confirm or deny this but many have said that they have had the time of their life, whether dancing the night away, chillin’ in the VIP lounge or floating in the heated outdoor pool. With 3 dance rooms, 15 bars, a VIP lounge & outdoor pool, plus themed events, this place is set to take over the nightlife scene in Sacramento.
Badlands Dance Club
Badlands is a haven for EDM, with dancing seven nights a week. You will really feel like you’ve crossed over into a strange new world once you see the high barrel ceiling, mirror ball and lighted waterfall. What complements EDM better than a spectacular light show? With four bars and a huge dance floor, you’re sure to get your groove on in the Badlands.
Badlands is Sacramento’s Premier LGBT Nightclub, Voted #1 LGBT Bar 8 Years in a Row! With a 30 Feet High Barrel Ceiling, Huge 36 Inch. Mirror Ball, 4 Bars, 4500 Sq. Feet, 400 Sq. Feet Dance Floor, Plasma TV’s Throughout, Spectacular Light Show, Video/Music Entertainment, Lush Outdoor Patio, Lighted Waterfall, 2nd Floor VIP Mezzanine & Lounge, and Outdoor Balcony that overlooks K Street, this club appears to have it all.
Pro Tip: Badlands is 21 & Up and Cash Only!
Don’t just go to District 30 because it’s conveniently located in the K Street Mall. This high class nightclub boasts multiple flatscreens and “a brand new sound system from the world wide leader in dance club sound: Eastern Acoustic Works QX System. District 30’s modern look and spacious layout make it a welcoming space to dance with your partner. Before or after your dance experience, spend some time taking in the building’s facade featuring a one-of-a-kind glowing LED “puzzle art” that is best seen in person.
District 30 is directly across the street from the historic Crest Theatre and is a quick walk from The Sheraton Grand, The Citizen Hotel and the Hyatt Regency Hotels. The Turn of the Century Building was completely restored with all the high tech accoutrement, including a brand new sound system from the world wide leader in dance club sound: Eastern Acoustic Works QX System and features multiple Flatscreens.
The club boasts there top of the line lighting and sound features, which are set to dazzle those in attendance. Few clubs give the fine details of their speaker and lighting systems, but District 30 hides nothing. This is because they have nothing to hide, and everything to show. The club strangely enough gives the details of their bathroom and lobby speakers, something you don’t see from your neighborhood club. As if a challenge, the club dares one to come experience the wild nights they have instore for their guests.