50 of the Hottest Nightclub Poster Designs

Poster design has always been one of the most powerful marketing tools available to businesses and organizations and even to individuals. Designing nightclub posters can be a challenging project and you will have to compete with many others in this crowded niche.

Your poster design must stand out and look professional, flashy, and vibrant with eye-catching graphics to instantly draw the attention of people towards the information and encourage them to immediately act on it.

We’ve collected 50 of the hottest nightclub poster designs from all over the world. Check them out.

RE:LOOP Nightclub Flyer by Danwilko

Beach Party Flyer by Zelery65

Clinton Sparks SmashTime Flyer by Zelery65

Tropical Saturdays Flyer by Zelery65

Funkhouse by Deweysi

Mengelmoes 2 by 1NNU3NDO

Haciendo Ambiente Flyer by Zelery65

SB Nightlife Annivesary by DeWeirdo


Nightclub Flyer Design by Keekoo

SOS Cop Trance by Silentsh0ut

Upscale Thursdays Flyer by Zelery65

Students Wanted Club Flyer by T0XICboy

MARDI GRAS by Tinachang89

Bumper Autumn by South

CMC Movie Appreciation Night by Haizeel

Old School Night Poster by AnotherBcreation

Indie Poster by IndieGround

Euphoria Liquidfunk DNB Night by Chaos-Media

Pimp My Night by Andraspop

PartySoul Night Flyer by Andraspop

Sexy Girl Poster by Jean Pierre Prieur

Sexy Girl Poster by Jean Pierre Prieur

Heaven Sent Event Poster by Elena Savitskaya

Urban Groundz Nightclub Poster by Richard Irehovbude Jr.

Heat Nightclub by Nick Maschinski

Fusion Promotional Artwork by Craig Willoughby

SLAP @ FAMILY by bassim g. fam

Big Game Weekend by Sebastian Pozos

Mixtapes & Club Flyers by Carter Isonhart

Saturday Nights by Shaun Buckle

Summer’s End by Carter Isonhart

Impresario Live Entertainment by Gabriel Gamio

Print Design & Artwork by Ed Goodacre

NorthernLightsFest by Zaahir Effendi

Nightclub by IndieGround Design

Retro Flyer Poster by IndieGround Design

Nightclub Flyer Poster by IndieGround Design

Indie Flyer/Poster by IndieGround Design

Indie Flyer/Poster by IndieGround Design

Alternative Flyer/Poster by IndieGround Design

Electro Flyer / Poster by IndieGround Design

Reggae Flyer / Poster by IndieGround Design

Nightclub Flyer / Poster by IndieGround Design

Indie Flyer / Poster by IndieGround Design

Alternative Flyer / Poster by IndieGround Design

Indie Flyer / Poster by IndieGround Design

Crazylegs by Andymusgrave

Marcus Nasty by Andymusgrave

SOHO saturdays TOM PIPER by Dale Watkins


Striking the right balance between vibrant, energetic imagery with loud colors and good information architecture that gets viewers into the nightclub is tricky. Hopefully, these posters gave you the inspiration you need to strike that balance in your own designs. Let us know about your own favorite nightclub poster designs in the comments below!


  • Marcin

    Amazing collection

  • hmmm , impressive collection  :-)

  • James

    I’ve always hated club flyers/posters… they always look so cheap, over-done and overly-sexualized.  Same goes with these examples.   The only nice ones I’d say are Mooch, IndieNight, Everlasting light, Space, and Alternative Dreams

  • entropyk

    Most of them play on the old cliches indeed… A sexy babe floating in the air, splashes of colors or a dude with a guitar / tattoo… Quite like Mooch and Bumper, though.

  • Brent

    Wow. Not sure you could have found some more of the same designs to really hammer home some of the more prominent design cliches of the paste couple of years.
    Flashy background? Check.
    Hot chick? Check.
    Large typography front and centre? Check.
    Rainbow of colours? Check
    3D look? Check.
    Triangles? Check.

  • Brswardesign

    From 2003-2006 in London, The club Fabric had AMAZING texture filled posters.  It has been a while since I lived there, but they always had a great resource- Communication Design graduates from Central Saint Martins!.

  • Awesome! You know what gets me mad though? After so much effort to design a poster people just go and tape them up to walls or staple them and tear up their whole appearance. I always recommend framing them with Easy Frames. You know, the ones that flip up and posters can easily be replaced? They make it so simple to get rid of the disaster people do with posters. 

  • Lol, yeah it has gotten a little out of hand. 

  • Jan1991

    All I can say is: SHIT!!!

  • I feel like the reason they look “overdone and overly-sexualized” is based on their purpose. When someone is just walking by a flyer and it only has a few seconds to catch their attention it needs to be over the top.

    A clean and simple flyer won’t do that, a flyer like these will.

  • Tom

    Some of the worst design ever.

  • Why are a lot of these from Prov/Boston? I know a lot of these locations, you must be a local from there :)

  • Mark Golding

    I’ve seen better designs in sixth form classrooms in the 80’s