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  • Orlando’s hottest music clubs

    With a record number of amusement parks and hotels (the city is second in the country as number of hotel rooms), no wonder Orlando represents one of the top destinations in the United States.  The danger of hurricanes is a minor disadvantage in comparison with all the benefits of an Orlando vacation: warm climate all year round, thousands of cultural events, high quality entertainment and an irresistible nightlife represent only few of them (for more details on Orlando’s attractions, you can check out this Orlando Travel Guide).

    Due to its impressive number of entertainment facilities – Magic Kingdom, Universal Orlando Resort, Holy Land Experience, Blizzard Beach, Orlando is a favorite with families and children. But many people tend to underestimate Orlando’s role on the American music scene. Fans of reggaeton, metal or hip-hop could spend weeks in Orlando, exploring its music clubs and attending some of its hot gigs. For electro music lovers, Orlando is the Mecca of breakbeat.

    From mainstream to underground music genres, this article is aiming at presenting the most popular music clubs in Florida’s entertainment capital.

    House of Blues

    Since its foundation in 1992, the House of Blues has made quite a name from hosting high quality entertainment, together with an exquisite selection of international and American dishes. Whenever you visit a House of Blues location, one thing is for sure: good food, good music and a familiar atmosphere will be there to cheer you up. The House of Blues in Orlando is located in the popular Downtown Disney Westside, right next to Cirque de Soleil.

    Bob Marley – A Tribute to Freedom

    Reggae lovers will be delighted to discover this charming Jamaican club, situated within the Universal Studios City Walk.  Here only you can go back to the roots of reggae and watch the most acclaimed artists of this genre perform, in the company of quality food and some really tasty Jamaican rum.

    Bongo’s Cuban Café

    Although Bongo was first made famous by its even more famous owner – singer Gloria Estefan, the place alone is a living masterpiece. Bongo recreates in detail the atmosphere of an old Cuban café, right in the heart of Downtown Disney Resort. The picturesque decorum is completed by the spicy Caribbean food and the irresistible Latino rhythms.

    The Social

    From its very debut several years ago, the Social has imposed itself as the trendiest spot in Orlando. The Social is where the coolest bands come to play when in town, where the socialites gather for a martini and hipsters discuss their musical tastes. Above all, The Social is the one place in Orlando that is capable to accommodate and satisfy the most eclectic tastes.

    WaiTiki Retro Tiki Lounge

    The name of the place alone is enough to chase away any misconceptions or doubts regarding the Tiki lounge’s originality. Unlike the other music clubs we presented so far, Wai-Kiri is much more intimate.

    But its wide patio, exotic decorum and the constant presence of live music are making sure that this small bar will always be crammed with people. Form chill out to surf-rock, here is where the opposites meet and the form a joyful, exotic crowd.

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