The Easy Way to Get Enjoy One of the Country’s Top Hip-Hop Cities
Atlanta’s been at the heart of hip-hop since its inception—in fact, the New York Times called the city “hip-hop’s center of gravity.” Many famous hip-hop artists call the Atlanta home—Ludacris, Usher and T.I among them. It’s a great place to enjoy great music, have some drinks with friends and just chill. But it can be a hassle if you have to do all the driving, look for a place to park, or be the designated driver. There’s a better way to check out the great hip-hop joints in Atlanta–rent a charter bus from BusRental.com. Let someone else do the driving while you party with your posse.
Atlanta’s Top Hip-Hop Clubs
There’s really no end to the great hip-hop clubs in Atlanta. Here are some of the local, regional and national favorites:
- The Real MJQ Concourse—Located on Ponce De Leon Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward, the MJQ Concourse has been around longer than almost any other dance club in the city. Don’t be fooled by the tiny, shack-like entryway. This is the clubber’s club, with hip-hop, Brit-pop, downtempo and rare grooves.
- Compound—Formerly a high-end car showroom, Compound still says sleek and sexy. The club has different themes every night—Thursdays feature international dance, Fridays cater to hip-hop and R&B fans, and Saturday is a simply called “blend.” Compound is on Brady Avenue in Home Park.
- Tongue & Groove—This Buckhead club has been ranked in the top five dance clubs in Atlanta for most of the 20 years it’s been in business. Described a “retro-chic meets urban organic,” the club’s décor is the fourth reinvention, as the owners continually make over Tongue & Groove to remain one of the hippest clubs in the country.
- Halo Lounge—Check out Saturday Night Live at the downtown club, located on the corner of 6th and W. Peachtree. On Fridays, you’ll have blends by Frank Ski and DJ Teknology, and V103’s Big Ray is the MC most nights. There are also live shows, often featuring Quinn & Jukebox Band. You can even book a table on the clubs website at halolounge.com
- Club Ellery’s—On Campbellton Road, this nightclub opened in 1998. Owners Ellery and Shayne Murphy run an upscale place, where the focus is on comfort and sophistication, mixing live entertainment and great music with outstanding food and libations. Patrons can expect a high-energy experience, whether it’s funk, hip hop or just a vibe. There’s a huge dance floor, two bars low lights and a cutting edge sound system.
- The Mansion Elan—With 8 bars, hardwood floors and a grand staircase, this club on Clairmont Road offers state-of-the-art sound and light systems. Admission is usually free, if you get there before the stroke of midnight. The club often brings in well-known local and national electro DJs, and has been the site of Girls Gone Wild parties, mix-tape release parties and big name hip-hop shows.
- The Gold Room—Book a table online for this two-level club with 7,500 square feet of dance floors. Completely renovated in 2014, the Gold Room features live performers most Saturday nights. It’s all high energy downstairs, or you can escape to the intimate second floor lounge for some quiet time. There’s a dedicated champagne bar, as well as a glass VIP room, and the club is known for its signature cocktails.
- Opera Nightclub—Voted one of the country’s top 50 nightclubs in 2015, Opera features world famous house DJ Borgeous, who was ranked among the top 100 DJs of 2015 by DJ Mag. Located in midtown, and fashioned to replicate a historic opera house, Opera Nightclub has 100 foot domed ceilings, spectacular chandeliers and the ultimate Pure Groove sound system. There’s an outdoor cabana, an elevated garden and fountain room, and an intimate lounge for one-on-one time. It’s also home to Atlanta’s most popular Wednesday night party.
- Cosmo Lava Lounge—At this Midtown club, you’ll find three different levels with three different DJs. Visit the Tropical Deck to have Atlanta’s “Best Cosmopolitan.” The Cosmo Lava offers a wide variety to styles of music, from EDM and funk to Top 40, Mainstream and Trap music.
- Sutra Lounge—Located on Crescent Avenue NE, in Midtown, Sutra Lounge is one of the city’s top underground dance clubs. Check Thirsty Thursday, Fuego Fridays, or Paradise Saturdays. The club also has bottle service packages, with free entry for a posse of up to 20, as well as premium bottles.
Driving Yourself is “Old School”—Rent a Charter Bus!!
Atlanta is a big, big city, with lots of traffic and lots of ways to get lost. With a charter bus from BusRental.com, you won’t have to worry about getting to and from the clubs. We’ll take care of all the details. Here are some additional benefits.
- Our drivers are the best in the business. In addition, since there’s only one way on and off the bus, you won’t have any uninvited guests.
- We’ll get you where you want to go when you want to be there—cancellations and delays are virtually unknown.
- You tell us where you want to go—you don’t have to choose from a limited number of prepackaged options.
- You’ll save a lot paper—traveling by charter bus is cheaper than any other mode of transportation.
Book Your Charter Bus Today
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