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Most of the nightlife in Orlando is centred on three places: Disney Springs and Universal CityWalk have restaurants and family-friendly entertainment, while grown-up bars, restaurants and clubs are clustered around Downtown Orlando’s Orange Avenue.
A number of hotels have bars perfect for nightcaps, and there are plenty of places to excite on International Drive too.
For some early evening fun, purchase tickets for Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba at its custom-built theatre in Disney Springs. The whole family will be amazed by the acrobatic feats of the dancers, who use props such as trampolines and BMX bikes in ways you’d never imagined.
Alternatively, the Blue Man Group at Universal offers multimedia theatrics, comedy, music and an American-sized helping of audience interaction.
There’s no shortage of places in Orlando for live music.
Hard Rock Live at the Hard Rock Cafe in Universal is known for delivering big names, with Velvet Revolver, Beck, Jewel and Nelly among those who have taken to the stage here.
Alternatively, you might want to nip into BB King’s Blues Club on International Drive for live blues music and Southern-style comfort food.
I-Drive is also where you will find the Orlando Improv Comedy Club and Dinner Theatre, which mixes famous names and local acts in its line-ups.
Round off the evening with a bar-hopping trip around Downtown. The Matador on Virginia Drive doles out amazing cocktails in a plush interior decked out with vintage furniture, while Kush Ultralounge on South Court Avenue is a hip hideaway where drinks can be accompanied by shisha pipes.
Need to fill your belly before an evening on the tiles? Find out what’s hot on the city’s dining scene on our eating out in Orlando page.