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Looking for the hottest Alabama nightclub? nightlife groove® has created a list of the hottest venues and dance clubs in Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile, and Montgomery. We’ve created city specific listings and reviews of local nightclubs, to help you find the best Alabama dance club for your night out.
Our proprietary mapping system separates nightclubs by state, city, type, and overall rating by people who’ve reviewed their experiences at the listed Alabama nightclubs. We’ve done the leg work for you, to ensure you are getting the best opportunity to have a positive experience at the Alabama night club you choose.
nightlife groove® is committed to ensuring you have the information you need for your next dance club experience, whether you are looking for a hip hop nightclub, latin dance club or latin bar, reggaeton club, Mexican night club, or simply nightlife in your local area.
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Alabama Nightclubs Review Scoring
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Alabama Nightclubs, Entertainment and Tourism
Alabama rated 14th among the most popular states to visit in 2014, according to Business Insider. In 2017, an estimated 26 million visitors visited the state and spent $14.3 billion, directly or indirectly supporting 186,900 employment in the state, including 362,000 international tourists who spent $589 million.
The state is home to a variety of attractions, natural features, parks, and events that draw visitors from all over the world, most notably the annual Hangout Music Festival, held on the public beaches of Gulf Shores; the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, one of the ten largest Shakespeare festivals in the world; the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, a collection of championship caliber golf courses distributed across the state; casinos such as Victoryland; amusement parks such as Alabama Kingdom; and the Alabama Shakespeare Festival.
Mobile has the oldest organized Mardi Gras celebration in the United States, dating back to 1703. It also hosted the first fully organized Mardi Gras parade in the United States in 1830, a tradition that still exists today. In Mobile and Baldwin counties, Mardi Gras is a state holiday.
With an attendance of 892,811 people, Mobile’s Mardi Gras parade was the state’s most popular event in 2018. The most popular attraction was the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, which drew 849,981 visitors, followed by the Birmingham Zoo, which drew 543,090. With 6,700,000 tourists, Alabama’s Gulf Coast topped the list of parks and natural areas.
Because of its different landscapes and contrast of ecosystems, Alabama has historically been a popular location for film shooting. Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Get Out, 42, Selma, Big Fish, The Final Destination, Due Date, Need For Speed, and many other films were shot in Alabama.
Alabama’s Top 10 Best Rated Nightclubs
El Sol Nightclub
El Sol Nightclub is located in Birmingham, Alabama.