Teen Clubs in Atlanta, Georgia Area
Known as the "nightlife mecca," the city of Atlanta is host to dozens of bars, clubs and lounges. For teenagers, the night club scene is rather limited, as many of the clubs admit those only over 21 years of age. However, there are a handful of clubs in and around Atlanta that allow admittance to those under 21.
My Brother's Keeper Teen Center
My Brother's Keeper Teen Center, located on Campbelton Road, is an under-21 dance and music club. The club's website claims patrons will leave with a "hangover" from the music that plays all night long. No alcohol is served.
Club NV, located on Spring Street, allows teens to dance the night away to funk, soul, hip hop and R&B. The club offers two different rooms for teenagers to gather in. The club's dress code varies, as the evening's themes sometimes change. So make sure you check with the club prior to heading out, so you know what attire to wear. Since the club describes its services as urban entertainment, there will be no shortage of danceable tunes.
The Atrium is located 14 miles from Atlanta in Stone Mountain. This venue holds up to 3,500 people and is capable of hosting private social events and parties. Teenagers can gather here and dance the night away on the venue's two stages and two dance floors. The club features mainly reggae, R&B and blues. The Atrium also has an indoor pool, three party rooms and the capability to play laser shows on both dance floors.
Wild Bill's, located 26 miles from Atlanta, plays mainly to the 18 and over crowd, but does have teen nights, particularly during the summer. The club offers a large dance floor to allow for plenty of dancing room. Doors typically open at 6 p.m. on teen night and no alcohol is served. Teens will enjoy dancing to the hip-hop, dance, rock, pop and country music the DJ's spin well into the night.