BOOMERANG: Situated in the Caprice building in Kpehe not far from Kwame Nkrumah Circle. Packs a good crowd on Friday and Saturday with with a good mix of Accra's affluent youth.Music style is a mix of R&B & Hiplife for Fri.& Sat. and Fracophone mix on Thu.
Gate '20,000 cedis.
HIS MAJESTY'S: Located directly opposite the Trade Fair Site in Labadi. Very popular with vibrant affluent youth on Friday with blazing Hip Hop and R&B with a touch of Garage on both floors. Saturday caters for a slightly more mature crowd strutting their funky stuff to the best in Old Skool.
Gate '20'000 cedis.
INDIGO: Located around Danquah Circle inside the former Pakistan Embassy. Indigo is the latest addition to the nightclub circuit in Accra catering for mature revellers with a bit of money to spend. It offers the best in Oldskool and Highlife on Fri& Sat and is currently the in place for over30's.
By invitation or '20'000cedis.
OOPS: Located around the Bubuashie Circle and catering for Accra's mature clubbers, Oops packs a good crowd on Wed with stricly Highlife on it's African Night and its also popular with mature revellers on Fri & Sat.
GLENNS: Located in Adabraka at the tail end of Farrar Avenue. Glenns is one off those places that packs a good mix of everything that represents Accra. Best on Sunday and Wednesday where you will find a nice mixed crowd jamming to the best of R&B HIP HOP and HIP LIFE. Thursday is also popular with the Francophone crowd.
Gate '20,000 cedis
FOX TRAP: Located on Farrar Avenue Adabraka and caters for the more mature raver. Very Popular on Friday with a good mix of R&B and Highlife.
Fusion (Osu-Accra) -ask for Baron (Greetings from gallows)
Balm Tarven (Kaneshie, Accra)
Miracle Mirage nite club (Adabraka, Accra)
Red Onion night club (Kaneshie, Accra)
Adowa (Volta hotel, Akosombo)
Dress Code: no dreescode
Check out Champs Sports Bar - remember, you're only travelling the world to get drunk in other places.
In global terms, it's not unique, but that's the point. To my knowledge it's the only such place in Ghana - a little oasis of home.
Dress Code: None
The hippest place at the moment (mar2002) is '@the office' inside the Ring Hotel complex. It's just a little after Paloma on Ring street. Sports Bar just behind Paloma and Ryan's pub in OSU are a good place for the first beer in the evening before going to the parties. Indigo seems to be a good place to dance with a clean crowd.
Popular open air night club & bar where you can learn modern dancing to international music.
Dress Code: Cool gear
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