Throughout the Bay area, especially in the historic districts in the city of Tampa, there are many places to listen to great music whether it’s live or spun by well-known DJs. Below are some of the most popular pop dance clubs in the Bay area that are definitely worth checking out.
1503 E. 7th Ave.
Tampa, FL 33605
(813) 247-2664

Located in Tampa’s historic Ybor City district, Czar is the premiere Russian vodka bar of Tampa Bay. Czar has three rooms of entertainment throughout the club featuring various types of music and dance floors. It has also moved to its new location inside Ybor’s Historic Ritz Theatre where the party scene is better than ever. Cover charge for 18 and over is $8, and $6 for 21 and up. Those on the guest list at Czar will receive free entry before 11 p.m. Remember that at Czar, the party is always on for 18 and older, but you must be 21 to drink.

Dallas Bull
3322 US Highway 301 N.
Tampa, FL 33619
(813) 987-2855

Tampa’s Dallas Bull is a one-of-a-kind club scene for those at least 18 years old. While “The Bull,” as it is famously known, does feature line dancing, a mechanical bull and even occasional visits form country music superstars; it definitely has a pop-style dance club upstairs as well. Cover charge for the under-21 population is $10 for ladies 18-20, and $15 for guys 18-20 years old. For both ladies and guys 21 years of age and older, the cover charge is $15. Visit the Dallas Bull website for upcoming concert information and promotions.

1619 E. 7th Ave.
Tampa, FL 33605
(813) 241-4139

Ybor City’s Prana night club is one of the most famous night clubs within the city limits. Prana has five levels of dance floors featuring different styles of music from some of Tampa Bay’s best DJs. Prana’s music consists of everything from live entertainment to hip-hop, and even reggae. The club is only for those 18 years old and older, with the cover charge being $10 per person. There is a dress code for patrons of Prana with no shorts, hats, sandals or jerseys permitted inside. Prana also has VIP table service, rooftop entertainment and rooftop service.

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Club Skye
1509 E. 8th Ave.
Tampa, FL 33605
(813) 516-7593

Tampa’s Club Skye is considered one of Ybor City’s best dance clubs as it attracts both locals and tourists. Club Skye has a tiki bar on the open patio that offers a more casual atmosphere including tiki torches to give patrons a real Florida tropics feel. The LA Mega Lounge includes a DJ booth and dance floor in a Las Vegas-style atmosphere. The Main Room has four bars along with dance platforms and a spacious area for socializing. The Champagne Room and VIP balconies are also available for those looking for a more luxurious club experience at Skye. For upcoming promotions and information about the Club Skye VIP experience, visit the official website.

Whiskey North
11921 N. Dale Mabry Highway
Tampa, FL 33618
(813) 968-1515

Tampa’s Whiskey North is located on the other side of the city and allows all patrons to feel as if they are getting only the very best VIP treatment. The uniqueness of Whiskey North is that it has partnered with Pepin Distribution and the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office to offer free rides to any patron who may have had a little bit too much to drink. There are many different promotions throughout the week at Whiskey North. Fridays are known as “Latin Fridays,” which includes $1 drinks for ladies from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m., $3 Coronas until midnight and discounted mixed drinks all night. There’s also no cover for ladies 21 years and older from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. and $10 entry fee for guys all night long. Saturdays are known as “Signature Saturdays,” where ladies 21 years of age and older will have no cover charge until 12 a.m.; guys cover charge is $5 until 12 a.m.; $1 drinks for everyone until midnight and $5 Ciroc and Hennessey drinks until midnight as well. For other promotions, visit the Whiskey North website.

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