The Vada Guide to LGBT Clubbing in Stockholm

Adam Lowe

Stockholm is a great place for the LGBT tourist. The nightlife is a wonderful complement to the scenery and daytime cafe culture.

Here are some great clubs in Stockholm for the discerning jet-setting disco dolly . . .


Candy at Le Bon Palais at Barnhusgatan 12 runs on Fridays from 11pm till 4am. Dancers will be pleased to note there are three different dance floors, four bars and live stage shows featuring local drag celebrities and popular artists. The music is an eclectic mix of all our faves: R&B, hits from the 80s and 90s, popular house and dance hits. In the basement you’ll catch a tasty blend of schlager and Europop. Gurrl, you know you want to!


Near the trendy Stureplan at Kungsgatan 15, Wonk is known for the hot totty behind the bar, its fab atmosphere and its cool crowd. Open on Fridays and Saturdays from 10pm till 3am over two dancefloors, the night plays pop, disco and R&B on the top floor, with house from its guest DJs playing in the basement.

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Switch is pretty new to Stockholm. The Switch mantra is: ‘Whoever you are, whatever turns you on’. This Saturday night event features a range of commercial music across genres and a very mixed crowd of men and women.


Glory plays a fabulous blend of vocal house and modern remixes of commercial pop, R&B, and old school from the 80s and 90s. Glory is at Berns Hotel on Wednesday.

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About Adam Lowe

Adam Lowe is an award-winning author, editor and publisher from Leeds, now based in Manchester. He runs Dog Horn Publishing and is Director and Writing Coordinator for Young Enigma, a writer development programme for LGBT young people. He sometimes performs as Beyonce Holes.