Orlando Nightlife & Entertainment

Two women and a man enjoying drinks on the Blue Martini patio in Orlando

The party never ends in Orlando! Live music, high-energy dance clubs, sleek lounges, side-splitting comedy and other options are all part of our brilliant nightlife. What’s more, no matter where you choose to stay, you’ll find a vibrant entertainment district close by with plenty of things to do at night in Orlando.

Disney Springs

Shopping and entertainment in one walkable district, Disney Springs keeps the party going long after Walt Disney World Resort’s theme parks close for the night. One of its newest options is The Edison, a steampunk-influenced restaurant, bar and nightlife hotspot with nightly entertainment — including burlesque dancers on weekends! Its sister establishment, Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar, is a Prohibition Era-style speakeasy complete with a “secret” entrance.

You can also catch live entertainment at House of Blues, Paradiso 37 and Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant. And for a lounge experience straight from the silver screen, check out Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, which is based on the blockbuster Indiana Jones movies.

Universal CityWalk

Serving as the gateway to Universal Orlando Resort’s theme parks, Universal CityWalk is home to one of Orlando’s best concert venues, Hard Rock Live, and more live music can be heard at Bob Marley — A Tribute to Freedom. The all-in-one dining, entertainment and retail hub also has the incomparable Blue Man Group, plus plenty of other ways to have fun after dark.

International Drive

The heart of Orlando’s tourism district features two walkable entertainment hubs with ample nighttime fun. First, Pointe Orlando has out-of-this-world lounges like Blue Martini and Minus5 Ice Bar, plus uproarious comedy at The Improv Orlando.

Just down the street at ICON Orlando 360, get your live music fix at Tin Roof or familiarize yourself with the pleasures of hookah at iLounge Istanbul. And at this center’s featured attraction, ICON Orlando, you can opt for a private bartender as you view Orlando from 400 feet up aboard a climate-controlled capsule.

Also on International Drive, Mango’s Tropical Cafe boasts 55,000 square feet of drinking, dancing and live music. And at Howl at the Moon, enjoy a dueling piano experience like no other in a show that’s heavy on audience participation.

Downtown Orlando

In downtown Orlando, the Amway Center — home of the NBA’s Orlando Magic — hosts a galaxy of musical acts, but that’s just the start of what the city’s core has to offer. You’ll also find nightclubs and lounges galore, including Wall St. Plaza, a collective of seven bars adjacent to the district’s main thoroughfare, Orange Avenue.

Nearby, the Corona Cigar Company and Diamond Crown Cigar Lounge is the perfect place to buy and enjoy quality smokes. And a short walk will take you to the Church Street District, which is packed with nightlife options.

This area has many other ways to light up the night, such as Stardust Lounge, The Social, DTA (Don’t Tell Anyone), Revolution Nightclub and the breathtaking One80 Skytop Lounge. Last but not least, LGBTQ travelers will want to visit Savoy Orlando, where the Men of Savoy dance seven nights a week for your entertainment.

Not enough nightlife for you? Use the search tools below to discover even more ways to chase the night when you’re visiting Orlando!

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  • 9801 International Drive
  • Orlando, FL 32819
  • 407-345-4570
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  • Location: International Drive & Convention Center Area

Roque Pub

  • 3076 Curry Ford Road
  • Orlando, FL 32806
  • (407) 985-3778
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  • Location: Orlando International Airport Area
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