Clubbing is not Bielsko-Biała’s forte but the city does have a handful of trendy dance floors where you can get into the groove, have fun, and spend a memorable night.
Although most of the clubs are open throughout the week, your best bet for a great and bustling atmosphere are Friday and Saturday nights. Some of the clubs ask for an entry free, while others open their spaces free of charge.
clubs in bielsko-Biała
Sephia Rock and Sephia House
It’s a rather cozy club with 4 rooms, seating space for 140 people and floor space for even more. Concerts and theme dance parties are organized on weekends.
The rooms upstairs (Sephia House) are designed to imitate a house party atmosphere with chillout and house music. Open on selected weekends and for private parties only.
Rude Boy Club
It’s an alternative concert hall with a long list of concerts (of less and more known artists) and dance events. Thursdays are reserved for Czad Party, a rock music dance party.
Metrum Jazz Club
Metrum is like a cultural institution of the city. Popular with both locals and visitors, it has a great ambiance and retro decor. Originally, it’s a jazz club with Tuesday’s jam sessions, but concerts and dance parties are organized here regularly.
One of the largest dance clubs in the city with two dance floors and pubs. House music is the main thing here, but concerts and theme parties are also popular.
A basement of the Mangum Stek and Wino Pub and Restaurant is known as 2BeClub and hosts every weekend dance parties.
This club is a sort of an entertainment institution in the city. Large dancing floor with mostly dance, techno, and house music. Located inside a shopping mall.
Disco parties in a pub/restaurant with theme music from the 1970s, 80s and 90s.
Student pub and clubhouse. During the day, they serve food, and in the evenings they organize dance parties, cultural events and concerts.