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8 Places To Party In Toronto If You Just Want To Rave

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8 Places To Party In Toronto If You Just Want To Rave

The club scene in Toronto is always poppin', but out of all the clubs in the city only some of those clubs cater to electronic music.

So whether it's house, techno or dubstep, these spots across the city have got you covered so you can get your fix of sick beats and your shuffle game on point!

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1. CODA // 794 Bathurst St.

CODA is one of the top clubs in Toronto for the underground rave scene. With appearances from international DJs and different nights for different genres of electronic music, there's tons of reason to check it out.

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2. Comfort Zone // 327 King St. W

Probably the longest running and most successful after hours club in the city, the Comfort Zone let's you party from midnight to daylight to some of the city's sickest techno DJs.

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3. Nest // 423 College St.

This club on College Street mostly caters to EDM, but there are a few nights where there are special events. Check their events to see which local electronic DJs will be spinning!

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4. UNIUN // 473 Adelaide St. W

An EDM giant in the city, this club hosts huge acts such a Steve Aoki and Alan Walker. It's like an electronic music festival every weekend!

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5. Velvet Underground // 508 Queen St. W

This music venue now features some of the biggest DJs and best festival after parties. Since The Hoxton closed it's doors earlier this year, The Velvet has been the spot for getting up close and personal and watching your favourite DJs spin on the decks!

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6. Rebel // 11 Polson St.

The largest club in Toronto is also home to the city's electronic music scene. With two rooms, Rebel features international DJs and indoor electronic festivals for the Toronto raver. It is also known as Guv 2.0, as it has been the city's closest thing to the city's best electronic club The Guvernment which closed its doors two years ago.

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7. One Loft // 292 College St.

A great spot for your underground fix, One Lost features up and coming DJs spinning anything. This is the spot to go for fresh beats and new music.

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8. Maison Mercer // 15 Mercer St.

This club has featured major DJs and huge EDM events. If you're into big room and you still want to shuffle or head bang, then this is the spot for you!

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