I arrived at Lira on a Saturday and I was fully expecting the night club to be blaring out music all night. It may well have done but being in possession of a tidy pair of ear plugs I slept like a log.
On that first night that I was in town I honestly thought the nightclub was called JB 24-7 but it wasn't until the next day that I could see that half the lighting on the name above the door was not working. A week a so later when I was back in town they had repaired the lights but with a different colour light strips so it still looked like JB 24.
They like a drink in this part of the world. The centre of the nightlife in Lira concentrates itself around the south end of Oyam road the area they call Kenyatta. One of the bars/lodges here is called Kenyatta but there over half a dozen boozers on either side of the road selling beer at the same cheap (1,500) price. If you have got the stamina things can go on through the night, never managed myself to get too much further past midnight.
Like a lot of towns in Uganda the streets at night are choka with people selling muchomo and rolex.