Weeks of preparation paid off when The Loop Nightclub opened its doors to Cape Town’s most fabulous fashionistas and party-goers on Wednesday, 14 December 2011. The DJ line-up was smoking hot, featuring South Africa’s hottest DJ Duo’s: the legendary Crazy White Boy and the Digital Divas. Over seven hundred people came to experience what Cape Town’s newest club had to offer. Guests were welcomed with delicious canapés sponsored by Le Chocolatier Café and refreshing drinks from Vawter.
It is long overdue that Cape Town Central has a club of this calibre to call its own. With three levels The Loop Nightclub aims to deliver nothing less than excellence. When you walk in you are met with the amalgamation of warm thick textures from the old school and slick smooth lines from new school. The lumo coloured furniture, which lights up, make you feel young and free again, and when partying during this festive season what more could guests ask for.
The atmosphere was chic, fun, and electric. Guests were dancing to the sounds of talented DJ’s, enjoying the mix of electronic and commercial house beats. Those who were VIP could still be a part of the action downstairs, looking down from the balcony, which is positioned directly over the dance floor.
“This launch was even better than we expected it to be. Dancing, meeting new people, and experiencing chic night life in the middle of Cape Town is what The Loop Night Club is all about. It was a night to remember!” says Wai-Szee Sing, co-owner of The Loop Night Club.
The Loop Night Club has so much more in store for their guests, with the DJ line-up for December including: Roger Goode, Euphonik, Mixi, Harael, Vanessa Holliday and Pascal and Pearce, this is set to be a festive season where the party is non-stop!
“Thank you to the guests who took the time to enjoy the Exclusive Launch with The Loop Nightclub team! We are looking forward to seeing you at the events we have planned for this summer season and all the days to follow.” says Wai-Szee Sing, co-owner of The Loop Night Club.
“Open your mind. Let loose and dance – not because it’s weird or brave but just because dancing makes you come alive”.