This can be a little confusing if you're not already familiar with Latin music, however the variety is appreciated by most Colombians (versus going to an all-reggaeton or all-salsa club).Most Colombians go out partying in groups mixed with friends, boyfriends/girlfriends, and family.Colombia nightlife offers something for everyone, from sipping mojitos in the plazas of old Cartagena to dancing the night away in the salsa clubs of Cali.Every big city features a host of theaters for inexpensive music and dance performances.
For foreign women, even if you're use to inviting guys to dance in your home country, it's not normal in Colombia, and the Colombian guys might feel uncomfortable if you approach or ask them.
Dress codes apply to a very small minority of high-end clubs in the big cities.
99% of the time you won't need to worry about dressing up for a night of partying.
Offer the people at the table next to you shots of Aguardiente to help break the ice.
When all else fails, just have fun and go with the flow.