WATCH: A night of excellent food and live music at The Club at St. Regis

By QL Videos

If you love good live music, The Club at St. Regis will definitely be to your taste. Situated on the fourth floor of The St. Regis Doha in West Bay, you can enjoy an unforgettable music experience at this vibrant venue.

On stage, globally renowned artists put on a lively performance with a view that looks out onto the Arabian Gulf. Soak in a buzzing, cosmopolitan atmosphere and enjoy an authentic and intimate dinner show featuring international food, small bites accompanied with classic beverages.


Opening days: Tuesday to Saturday

Don't miss their impressive line-up of international bands and DJs from 10 pm until late.


Tuesday: Bailamos Latino night (10 pm until late)



Wednesday: Reggae Night



Thursday: Tara Beat Night

Door opens at 9 pm

Entrance Fee 100 QAR (10 pm onwards)

Live Performance at 11:30 pm till late


Friday: Brimstone with DJ Elie

Live Performance at 09:30 pm till late


Saturday: Throwback Saturdays with Brimstone Live along with DJ Elie

The best 80’s and 90’s songs


Entrance Policy: Guests must be 21 years old or above to enter, and a QID or Original Passport is required.


For reservations and info call 974 4446 0105 / 974 3387 0925, or email You can also WhatsApp 974 3387 0925.



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