Lisbon Electro/Techno Clubs

Electro/Techno Clubs in Lisbon

Lisbon has some of the best electro/techno clubs in the country.
We’ve listed the ones that are open all year round, while also pointing out that other clubs sometimes host collectives. But let’s get straight to the point!

5ACLUB | principle real

This is one of our favourites. Firstly because of the venue itself: cosy, with a capacity of around 200 people, simple red lighting, two levels with a chill-out area.
We especially like to see the “crème de la crème” of Lisbon artists and Ze Salvador’s All Night Long.

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Admission generally between €10/12 consumable
Friday 11.30pm – 6am | Saturday 11.30pm – 8am
R. do Noronha 5A, 1250-168 Lisboa

Harbour Music Shelter | Cais de sodre

Opposite the River Tagus, in the heart of the city, you’ll find this 300-capacity club, which has the unusual distinction of starting its festivities at 5am. Like 5aClub, you’ll find the best of Lisbon’s scene here, with an international artist performing once a month.
If the name John-E appears in the line-up, go with your eyes closed! This raver has gold in his fingers and an infinite musical culture.

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Admission €10 and €15
Saturday | Sunday morning from 4.30am to 11am
Cais Gás Armazem A Porta 7, 1200-109 Lisboa

Kremlin | Santos

The Kremlin is one of the oldest clubs in the city. Part of a former monastery, its walls were the birthplace of the great electro music fiestas of the 80s. It’s a mythical and emblematic venue. With its massive sound system and international line-ups, the Kremlin is one of the best places to enjoy a good night of techno/tech-house in Lisbon.
VIP tables available.

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Admission €10 and €15
Friday | Saturday | Sunday from 11 pm to 6 am
Escadinhas da Praia 5, 1200-869 Lisboa

Lux Frágil | santa apolonia

An excerpt from the set of Rui Vargas, a resident of Lux and a leading figure in the country’s electro scene.

With two floors and a roof overlooking the Alfama district and the river…
With two decades of existence and arguably the best sound system in the capital, Lux Fragil is the club to go to for electronic music fans in Lisbon.
With regular concerts in the early evening, the line-up is always up to date.

Admission is fairly selective, so it’s a good idea to know the night’s line-up when you get there, and to tell the bouncer which artist you want to see when he asks how many people you are. This advice applies to all clubs.

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Admission between €12 and €20, consumable or not depending on the headliner | no advance sale
Open Thursday to Saturday from midnight to 7am
Av. Infante D. Henrique a Sta Apolónia Cais da Pedra, Armazém A, 1950-376 Lisboa

MINISTERIUM CLUB | baixa chiado

A place for electro music lovers, for electro music lovers, a benchmark in the capital. It’s also the home of the masterminds behind the Collect record store and the Jardim Sonoro Lisb’On festival.

The nights are well organised, with regular headliners in a minimalist atmosphere. The club is ideally located on Praça dom Comercio, which makes for a nice early morning.

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Tickets from €10 to €15
Friday – Saturday from 12am to 7am and sometimes Sunday from 10pm to 3am
Praça do Comércio 72, 1100-016 Lisboa

MUSICBOX LISBOA | cais de sodre

Located in the heart of Pink Street, this is one of the few clubs in the city open 6 days a week until 6am.
The programme is varied, with concerts in the early part of the evening, followed by techno/techhouse/dubstep/reggae DJ sets in the second half. It’s best to check the schedule before you go. But it’s a great alternative during the week.

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Admission from €7 to €12
11pm to 6am, some Sundays closed
R. Nova do Carvalho 24, 1200-019 Lisboa

Nada Temple | marvila

This is a new club and the most underground in Lisbon.
It is a cultural space created by a collective of artists who want to improve Lisbon’s artistic scene and is open to all kinds of creative people.
During the day there are exhibitions and performances, and after dark the DJs take over for nights of pure techno. We love the Void Acoustic sound system and the dirty atmosphere!
Big plus: closes at 10am.

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Admission €10 or more
Friday to Saturday from 23:00 to 10:00
R. Ary dos Santos 3, Armazém 6 , Lisbon, Portugal

Rive-Rouge | Cais de Sodre

Rive Rouge is on the first floor of the Time Out market.
The place is ultra clean, like the customers, and the bar is pretty and well composed (at a certain cost). #electrochic
For those who just want to waddle around without breaking a sweat and go to bed early, this place is perfect. Points for the quality of the sound system and lighting.

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Admission: sometimes free, sometimes €12
Thursday and Sunday from 10pm to 4am | Friday and Saturday from 11pm to 6am
Praça Dom Luís I, 1200-148 Lisboa

Village Underground | Alcantara

With daytime and nighttime events, Village Underground hosts dozens of collectives and organisations every month.
Located next to the Lx Factory and under the 25 April Bridge, this venue is well worth a visit.
You’ll love the interlocking street art containers that give the place its special atmosphere. You can grab a vegan bite to eat and, if you feel like it, go swinging or even skateboarding on the ramp.

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Free during the week, otherwise between €10 and €12
Open all week from 11am to 8pm and until 6am on Fridays and Saturdays.
Av. da Índia 52, 1300-299 Lisboa

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