Ghana Nightlife

  • Accra
    Accra
    by abdulai.ashimi
  • Labadi pleasure beach, Accra
    Labadi pleasure beach, Accra
    by georeiser
  • Labadi pleasure beach, Accra
    Labadi pleasure beach, Accra
    by georeiser

Ghana Nightlife

  • Beer, kebabs and dancing

    The Hacienda was the 'in' place in Cape Coast. Good music, a clientele that was ready to boogie, and best of all for me, a kebab-maker was parked right outside the bar (which has no food). Don't ask me what kind of meat it was, I'm better off not knowing. Between the hot spices and the fire, it's safe to eat anyway....

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  • Music, drinks, street performers

    Lizzie, known to most locals as The Container, is a lively bar consisting of a series of containers painted fire-station red opposite the Papaye restaurant. I went there on a couple of nights, and it attracted an interesting crowd mostly of locals, but actually I most enjoyed it while having a meal on the balcony of the Papaye restaurant - the...

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  • Nightlife in Jamestown

    A Ghanaian friend took me on 'pub crawl' on my last night in Accra which ran the gamut from jaded expat hangout to a bar in the slums full of locals. Guess which one was the most fun? The Havana in Jamestown had good beer, good music, a great street atmosphere and helpful waitresses - when I asked to try palm spirit (akpeteshie) at first I was told...

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  • High life and Hip life

    Popular open air night club & bar where you can learn modern dancing to international music.Good barbaque Cool gear

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  • Tamale nightlife

    Tamale isn't that much of a happening town, but every night you're bound to find teens and foreigners hanging out at Passions, a bar at the Cultural Center, or Giddipass-- though the latter is a 'was-been'. From what I hear, it was a more social place in its heyday some 10 years ago. none

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  • Wild nights

    Bob Marley's Day is special.... The Rastafari-culture is strong in Ghana and going on one of those wicked beachparties or to the trade-centre this day/night will undoubtfully give you a different point of view what partying is concerned.... It was magic, peace, love and lots of Gundja in the air!!Other nightclubs:Macumba NighclubThe office (a...

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  • Urban Ghana's Nightlife

    West Africa is rich on music, and the local Highlife style is commonly found played live. Discoes tend to play American hiphop and the Ghana electronic imitations of this genre. Reggae is also popular, especially on over the radio and cassette players of the Tro-Tros. Unlike Western bars and nightclubs, security is not an important issue. The...

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  • nightlife

    there are a lot of nite clubs,casinos,cafes,pubs,life bands etc to give entertainment to the traveller anytime it is night in ghana.well good clubs like the glenns nite club has been closed down but equally good ones like the newly refurnished boomerang nite club which is arguably the best in town now,the kilimanjaroo,his majesty,strawberry are...

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  • Ghanaian Music

    Here you find a list of some Ghanaian musicians.The Kumasi Trio, Kakaiku, K. Gyasi, Alompi's Guitar Band, Oppong's Band, Nana Kwame Ampadu, C.K. Mann, Jewel Ackah, Pat Thomas, Obo Addy, Kumbi Saleh, Sweet Talks, Daddy Lumba, Jazz Kings, Cape Coast Sugar Babies and Accra Orchestra

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  • Dancing...time for everybody to share

    At the end of the evening after the showing and perfirming of all the dances, it was time for everybody to join.At that moment everybody could dance together. The women of the village were very willing to teach us how to dance their local dances. So we had a lot of fun together.

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  • Dancing

    When we spent the night in Peki Tsame, everybody of the village came to the compound. where we camped, for the drumming and dancing. First the girls of Peki Tsame showed us their dances. We really enjoyed to look at their performed dances.

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  • Social Life

    SOCIAL LIFEVisiting plays a key role in everyday life. Friends and relatives visit one another frequently, often unannounced, and appreciate the visits of others. Ghanaians work hard to accommodate their guests. On a visit to someone’s home, it is considered polite to bring at least a small gift for the children. In some homes visitors are expected...

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  • Drumming and dancing

    Especially in the smaller villages the people like it to invite you for drumming and dancing.At the picture:When we spent the night in Peki Tsame, in the Eastern Region, south of Kpandu, we were invited. We had a very joyful evening together.

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  • Indigo

    Night club on Ring Road.Nice place if you don't want to feel the attacks of the money girls. Place for everyone, nice music, for both local and expat people.Also, drinking spot, pool tables, restaurant on the first floor, casualno sandals, shorts, etc. decent clothing

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  • Movies in Ghana

    The Ghana Film Institute is the place to go if you want to see some locally-made movies, but don't expect a multiplex-style cinema. There's air-conditioning, but it's pretty primitive otherwise, with crammed rows of uncomfortable chairs, and the movies are projected onto a fairly small screen with a video projector (there aren't any actual cinemas...

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  • We travelled with a small...

    We travelled with a small group. The people in Ghana where every time surprised to see a group of foreign people having so much fun in a local bar. Every-time al lot af people joint our little party so we had even more fun, dance and music.

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  • BOOMERANG: Situated in the...

    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....

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  • Check out Champs Sports Bar -...

    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. None

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  • The hippest place at the...

    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.

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