Club Vision Empire is the place to be in Mbarara The Club boasts of state of the art sound systems with a brilliant visual system providing a great clubbing experience. The Club has 3 different sections featuring separate Dj’s, dance floors, sound systems and ambiance. You can afford to miss checking out the majestic wing. Club Vision Empire is open every Wednesday Ladies Night, Friday Campus Nite and Saturday which is the Variety Nite. The club can be hired on any other day of the week for private functions.
Popular entertainment spot at Bannuka drive inside the western town of Mbarara.You can come here for a drink in the bar or for wild dancing in the discotheque. There is also a restaurant for those who wish to eat
Kampala musicians get together every Monday at the National Theatre for informal jam sessions and live performances. This is a must if you are in the city, as the place fills up with Ugandans letting off steam after a Monday back at work and the drinks flow. On the second and last Monday of the month, the whole event shifts outside the theatre and becomes a mini-festival, complete with beer tents and a serious sound system. A great night out.
One of the definitive stops on the Kampala nightshift, this place has a covered bar and a huge outdoor area, absolutely heaving with people from about 21:00. The complex includes a couple of small dance floors and drinks are a fair deal, given it is part of the Speke Hotel. Prostitutes hang out here in numbers and pickpocketing is not unheard of on a busy night.
The current number one nightspot in Uganda’s capital city,Ange-noir Discotheque started operations many years ago as ‘Kololo Night Club’. Many from the older generation of Ugandans are aware of this. In 1986, new management took over the club and named it Ange-Noir.
In December 1991, a famous DJ in Kampala at the time took over the club and the current Ange-Noir Discotheque was born. This DJ is Charlie Lubega, proprietor of what has become an institution. He owned a very famous mobile disco called SOUL DISCO during his University days. This is mobile disco is still operational.
A few years later, Ange-noir Executive was born. This was to cater for those who wanted the finer things in life. These two became so popular that there wasn’t anymore leg room to dance! When the public demanded more space to groove, the management delivered.
In December 2002, the Premium part of Ange-noir was born. Ange Mystique with three stories of fun was opened! It even has a Members Only section. Word has it that there plans for another section on the fourth floor. Watch this space!
The 'black angel' is pronounced locally as 'Angenoa', a pretty fair rendition of the French, and is the most popular club for dancing. Everyone knows it, but it's not signposted on the main road.
Plot 77a 1st Street Industrial Area
P.o.Box: 10977 Kampala Uganda
Phone : 0414 230190 and 0414 231027
<p>Kampala Casino is in Kampala, Central, Uganda and is open daily noon-6am. The casino's 4,304 square foot gaming space features forty gaming machines and fourteen table games. The property has one restaurant and one bar.The casino has a good buffet, live music, and free beer if you're playing the tables in addition to gaming tables.<br />
Kimathi Avenue Pan Africa House<br />
2nd Floor Plot 2 Kampala, Central Uganda<br />
Tel: +256 41434362830<br />
FAX - +256 414343632</p>
<p><strong>Club Silk</strong><br />
One of the definitive stops on the Kampala nightshift, this place has a covered bar and a huge outdoor area, absolutely heaving with people from about 21:00. The complex includes a couple of small dance floors and drinks are a fair deal, given it is part of the Speke Hotel. Prostitutes hang out here in numbers and pickpocketing is not unheard of on a busy night. Category: Night Life<br />
First street, industrial area,<br />
Kampala Distance from city centre: 2.5km<br />
Telephone: 0414 345362 / 0414 250907<br />
Website: www.clubsilk.co.ug<br />
Working Days: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday. Closed on Sunday</p>
Kampala's first lounge club, the ber-hip Rouge wouldn't be out of place in a Euro-capital. Cocktail hour continues into the evening and sooner or later dancing takes over from drinking. Tuesday is jazz, Wednesday is salsa and Friday hip hop.
Address: Plot 2-2B, EM Plaza Jinja Rd, Kampala, Uganda
Mobile: +256 256774789782
<p><strong>Ndere Centre</strong><br />
If you're interested in traditional dance and music, try to catch a performance of the Ndere Troupe. It's composed of members of the many ethnic groups in Uganda and has gained international acclaim on world tours. The troupe has a new base in Ntinda, the Ndere Centre, out beyond the Blue Mango, which includes an auditorium, a restaurant-bar and even some accommodation. Performances take place every Sunday at 18:00 and are inexpensive.</p>
<p>It also promotes a comedy night, every Friday at 19:00. Those with a serious interest in African dance could stay here. 'You stay in this guesthouse, you are sure to become a philosopher', it promises.</p>
<p><strong>Address:</strong> Plot 2872 – 9867 Butukirwa |<br />
P. O. Box 11353, Kampala<br />
Mobile: + 256 772 200 104<br />
<p>A legend in Kampala, this is the most famous bar in Uganda, although notorious might be a better word! This is the one place in Kampala that you can be guaranteed to find some people propping up the bar into the wee hours of the morning. It gets very busy on weekends, and attracts a regular crowd of expats, Ugandans and a fair number of prostitutes, meaning half the customers or more. There are two pool tables, but you might need to stay all night to get a game.</p>
<p>Drinks are reasonable, and it is not uncommon for this bar to be open 24 hours. It's just down the road from the Half London . Special-hire taxis between here and the city centre cost anything from USh4000 to USh8000, depending on your negotiating skills and how drunk you are by the time you leave.</p>
<p><strong>Address</strong>: Street Gaba Rd</p>
<p> Locality SE of Kampala</p>