This chapter refers to the burgeoning night club industry, currently estimated to be contributing £2 billion to the economy and employing about 130,000 people. It argues that the different sociological criteria of race, class and gender still exist and predetermine the kinds of spaces that people inhabit. Overall, various night-time economies have emerged in different locales, catering to different crowds and somewhat distinct tastes. The chapter categorizes these different aspects of the night-time economy as 'rave space', 'pub space' and 'urban space' using four different criteria: capitalism, violence, policing and control. The term night-time economy implies a singular entity that is structurally determined, failing to take into account the varied drug cultures and youth cultures clearly evident in the UK. The Home Office was concerned that security teams were also significant forces in their local drug market.