Lumo colours, lit up furniture, contrasts between industrial and modern architecture plus a trendy location that inspires the urge to dance the night away – this is what to expect at the much-anticipated, official opening of The Loop nightclub. Taking place on Friday 9 December 2011, Dino Bravo, Dean Fuel and others will ensure that The Loop opens with a bang!

Anything and everything from R’nB to Commercial, House and Progressive beats will get you dancing three nights a week. The multi-levelled venue has a Bo-Kaap inspired exterior in varying colourful shades, while the interior flaunts gorgeous décor and a number of dance floors that are sure to keep you grooving until the early hours. The Loop is situated near Cape Town’s premier nightlife hub of Long Street, with safe and secure street parking for guests. This stylish club will offer the chance to dance to renowned acts like no other nightclub in Cape Town has ever seen.

The ground floor consists of an alluring dance floor and an illuminated bar that runs along the entire length of the building. The first floor features a sharp lighting system with incredible Technicolor displays. The rest of the first floor overlooks the dance floor, with an extra bar and access to a spacious open-air balcony. VIP lounges above the DJ box will give VIP guests a closer look at the mix of electrifying DJ’s on the line-up. The VIP lounge area is perfectly positioned on the second floor. This area boasts lavish furnishing and a private bar, catering to the most discerning customers, who will enjoy views of Lions Head and the surrounding city skyline as they party the night away.

“The Loop is committed to uniting sounds and styles in a way that challenges expectations. No limits. No compromises. Just rollercoaster rides of great DJ’s and live performances, that have all collided to create one super club,” says Wai-Szee Sing, co-owner of The Loop.

DJ’s spinning the latest and greatest R’nB, Commercial, House and Progressive tunes throughout December 2011 consist of various local and national DJ’s such as Sikhu, Crazy White Boy, Digital Divas, DJ Jaz, Dino Bravo, Dean Fuel, Roger Goode, Lady M, Yaron, Sox, Jared, Kathrine Grenfell, Vanessa Holliday, Neil Tall, Leyton Lee, Kyle Phonics, Harael, Gareth Devour, Dominique, Euphonik, Jason Van Wyk, Mixi, Jono, Pascal and Pearce plus DJ Zeejay.

“Open your mind. Let loose and dance – not because it’s weird or brave but just because dancing makes you come alive”.

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