Social Club142 rue Montmartre, 75002 Paris,France

  • Music StylesHouse, Techno, UK Bass, Electro, Dubstep
  • Opening HoursTue - Wed: 11pm - 3am
    Thu - Sat: 11pm - 6am
  • Accepts Credit Cards?Yes
  • Busy Nights Thurs, Fri, Sat
  • Transport / ParkingM°Bourse (3)
    Grands Boulevards (8,9)
  • Average Entry CostFree - €13
  • Dress CodeMixed
  • Guest List?Yes
  • VIP / Bday PackagesNo

Social Club is where it's at right now. Seriously. [Read the Nightclub & Bar Review]

Nightclub & Bar Review

Behind a sly basement entrance just off off Rue Montmartre lies a clubber’s haven; Welcome to Social Club. Sitting next to one of the more colourful areas in Paris, from the outside it would be easy to walk right past - if it wasn’t for the mob of wild-eyed kids out the front - but once you make your way inside you find an interior that looks like a trendster’s wet dream. LED cubes hanging from the ceiling illuminate the cool-cats and scene-rats within, and the futuristic décor and lighting works well with the original dark and grungy layout.

Social Club is a name synonymous with big artists and gnarly parties, having close ties to many of the big acts in the French electro scene. If you’re lucky enough to drop-by when Justice, Busy P, Mr Oizo, Brodinski, Uffie, Breakbot and Zombie Nation aren’t on the road, you may even see them sweating up the dancefloor rather than shredding the decks.

With this being said a weekend at Social Club can comfortably expect a big name headliner to be hopping behind the astounding DJ booth (which, just like most of Social Club, may find you wondering if you’ve stumbled into a Tron portal). Social Club prides itself on its music, and this will definitely not go unnoticed on a visit here. From the deceptively relaxed Deep and Progressive House that snowballs through to the slamming Electro of the early morning hours, you will probably join many on the dance-floor way past your bedtime.

Despite its reputation, Social Club thankfully manages to avoid succumbing to the pretentious Parisian scene which some may find is becoming ever too prevalent. With that being said, a door-policy still applies, and although it’s not like breaking into the White House, tickets for every night can be bought online to avoid a sticky situation in the packed lines.

As the club recently closed its doors for a night in honour of DJ Mehdi’s death, we asked promoters, regulars and representatives of the club with such a close association to the Ed Banger label how such a loss would effect the future direction of one of Paris’ hottest spots. They opened up with some very heart-felt and positive responses:

“The people here at Social Club have been effected by this tragedy, but I believe they will continue on stronger than ever”

“We may have stopped partying to honour a dear friend, but we will all stay strong here and continue to party Paris style”

“Everyone here who knows him or was a close friend has felt it hard, but we are all banding together and helping everyone through it… it’s good to see”

Props to everyone at Social Club for sharing that, and many other great memories with us. Kids - if you’re in Paris, do yourself a favour and join the club.

Review by Nick Saw


Seasons Entertainment PR & Marketing Manager


Fakeclub Head PR


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