The best of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria’s nightlife according to the community

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a city that comes alive at night, with an exciting and varied nightlife scene that is sure to please visitors and locals alike. The city offers a range of clubs, bars, and live music venues, catering to different tastes and preferences.

One of the main styles of music that dominates the nightlife scene in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is reggaeton. This genre has been popular in Latin America for many years, but it has now become a global phenomenon, and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is no exception. Many of the city’s clubs play reggaeton music, and the atmosphere is always lively and energetic.

In recent years, new music genres have been slowly gaining popularity in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Electronic dance music, for example, has become increasingly popular, and some of the city’s clubs have started to feature this genre more frequently. There are also live music venues that offer a range of music genres, from rock to jazz, depending on the night.

Please note that these are answers and recommendations from community members and their personal experiences. Answers can be slightly edited for clarity.

One of the most popular clubs for local people is Chester.
Alex | 22-03-2023

I can recommend Moma for people that are into house, techno, and EDM.
Nicole | 20-03-2023

I went to Kraken a few times, it’s not your average nightclub. It’s like a basement, and they play drum and bass, dubstep and other kinds of electronic music there. The crowd is rather young (in their twenties, I would say) and alternative. It’s near Triana.
Youri | 19-03-2023

Moma is good for techno or house.
Dimitri | 19-02-2023

For me, Kopa and Alboroto are very similar in music and their vibe. Kopa is open garden, which I prefer to be honest. Alboroto has a garden as well, but it’s mainly used by smokers.
Both clubs are good, but my #1 choice is Kopa: just a bit more space and an open garden.
Hristo | 10-02-2023

My experience with Kopa last week was good. You have to get there before 11PM to avoid the queue and entrance fee. Inside people were dancing and having fun and the open air makes it more fun.
Alex | 10-02-2023

Went to Kopa last night. It’s more of a reggaeton club, but it was a vibe.
Zander | 28-02-2023

Th best options for a night out:
Kopa, Alboroto, or Chester, if you like regeaton.
– Moma if you like techno/house.

There are a few other options, but those are the main ones.
Alfred | 14-01-2023

Kopa and Alboroto are the best in Las Palmas.
Jose | 14-01-2023

When it comes to finding the perfect club or bar, the best recommendations often come from the local community. Visitors to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria can ask locals for their recommendations, and they are likely to receive a range of responses depending on their personal preferences.

Regardless of your personal music tastes, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria has something to offer everyone. From reggaeton to electronic dance music, there is a vibrant nightlife scene waiting to be explored. So, put on your dancing shoes and get ready to experience the excitement of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria at night.

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