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Nightlife is a human social activity.
Nightlife or Night Life or Nite Life may also refer to:
- Nightlife (role-playing game), a splatterpunk game
- Night Life (video game), the first adult game released in Japan
- The Sims 2: Nightlife, the second expansion pack for the video game The Sims 2
- Nightlife (novel), a fantasy novel by Rob Thurman
- Nightlife (novel), by Thomas Perry
- Nightlife Magazine, a Canadian bilingual lifestyle magazine
- An album by Skip the Foreplay
- Nightlife, an EP by Phantogram
- "Night Life", a song by Foreigner from "4 (Foreigner album)"
- Nightlife (Erase Errata album), or the title song
- Night Life (Billy Butler album), or the title song
- Nightlife (Cobra Verde album)
- Night Life (Jimi Hendrix album), or the title song
- Nightlife (Karl Wolf album), or the title song
- Night Life (Outsidaz album), or the title song
- Nightlife (Pet Shop Boys album)
- Nightlife (Thin Lizzy album), or the title song
- Night Life, a song by Willie Nelson, popularized by Ray Price. Price included the song as the titletrack of an album.
- Nightlife, a song by John Foxx from The Pleasures of Electricity
- "Nightlife", a 1967 song by Aretha Franklin from "Aretha Arrives"
- Nightlife, a song by Scissor Sisters from Night Work
- Night Life, an album by Lil' Fizz
- Night Life, a song by Zion I from Chapter 4
- Nightlife (quartet), an American barbershop group
- Nightlife, Charlie Mingus' pet cat
In other media:
- Nightlife (TV series), a 1986 late-night television talk show starring David Brenner
- Night Life (film), a 1989 zombie film
- Nightlife (radio program), an Australian late-night talkback radio show
- The Nite Life, an Australian Christian pop radio program
- Nightlife, a 1989 comedy horror vampire TV movie
- NightLife, a regularly scheduled event at the California Academy of Sciences
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