Top Spots To Dance In St. Louis

May 8, 2014 7:00 AM

Do you long for a place to dance the night away? Worry no more, because St. Louis has a wide variety of great night clubs with the latest and most popular music of any genre and themed atmosphere to go along with it. St. Louisans are diverse and they want diversity in their dance clubs. Check out this great list of dance spots in the ‘Lou.

oz Top Spots To Dance In St. Louis


300 Monsanto Ave.
Sauget, IL 62201
(618) 278-1460

Since 1979, Oz has been one of the region’s hottest dance clubs. Over that time, it has survived the evolution of night club trends and continues to be a favorite place to dance the night away. Oz is open on Thursday nights from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., and Friday and Saturday nights from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. Just five miles on the east side, in Sauget, Illinois, it’s the place to continue the party after all of the other dance clubs, west of the river, have closed down. If you would like to book a private party, consider the Emerald City VIP Lounge. Enjoy private seating, a full bar, a DJ booth and a lighted dance floor. The magic of Oz Lasts all night long in Sauget.

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Electric Cowboy
4109 N. Cloverleaf Drive
St. Peters, MO 63376
(636) 447-9291

The Electric Cowboy is so much more than a dance club, and it has so much more than a wood dance floor. There are dance lessons, pool tables and tournaments and nightly drink specials – more fun than you can imagine. Book a party cowboy style, enjoy a free cover charge on ladies night and take advantage of happy hour until midnight on Thursdays. Country music and dancing is the hottest ticket in town at the Electric Cowboy.

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Europe Night Club
710 N. 15th St.
St. Louis, MO 63103
(314) 621-5111

One of the hottest spots in town to see and be seen, and enjoy premier night club attractions, is Europe Night Club. Every Saturday is Europe Saturday, and that means club guests are at the biggest dance party in town. Four DJs spin the best electro house, top 40 and hip hop along with other worldwide hits. Doors open at 10 p.m. and stay open until 3 a.m. The cover is modest at $5 for guests 21 and over and $15 for guests 18 to 20. Group rates are available for anyone who wants to celebrate a special occasion, like a birthday or anniversary. There is no better place to spend a night out.

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Boogie Nights At Hollywood Casino
777 Casino Center Drive
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
(314) 770-7772

The 70s and 80s are alive and well at Boogie Nights, in Maryland Heights, at the Hollywood Casino. There is no other dance club in town with this fabulous retro experience. Not only will you relive the great music of the era, but favorite 70s and 80s icons, hoola hoops, Roller Girls and others make regular appearances. This spot promises a night you will never forget. Maybe that’s why it was voted Number 1 Night Club In Missouri by Casino Player Magazine. Check the calendar for regular special events. Check the website for VIP privileges and private parties. Doors open for partying at 9 p.m. every Friday and Saturday evening and all guests must be 21 or older.

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Club Dantes
3221 Olive St.
St. Louis, MO 63103
(314) 696-2029

St. Louis has a wide variety of trendy dance clubs, but Club Dantes has something for anybody who loves to dance on a night out. Multiculturalism is the dance of the day. Salsa, Euro-pop, Latin and Reggaeton music can be heard at this dance club. Great atmosphere with fabulous lighting and multiple dance spaces are just the start of the fun to be had. Check out the special VIP service. Four private sections around the dance floor and one special elevated section receive exclusive wait staff attention, upscale seating, lighting, private dance floors and a private bar.

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Lisa Payne-Naeger, a native of the St. Louis area, is a freelance writer, blogger, political activist and a homeschooling mother of two children. Her work can be found at