Luwere! Clubs that gave millennials a turnt night that just died a natural death
2 months ago, 12 July 16:58
Westlands is the turn-up city with clubs left, right and center.
Westlands gave many millennials their best nights out from their first turn up night to the last. The sad story is that most of the clubs we knew as millennials have been shut down.
So let us go down memory lane through the best clubs that were lit then suddenly shut down:
Immediately this club was opened, the owner knew amefika. The club was always full and the DJ was always lit! Vineyard was the place to be at every nigh. tSpace was ample enough to fit many people as it had 4 bars.
The only problem was parking but that was nothing really to stop you from having a good time at Vineyard.
The noise complaints became too much. Slowly it died down. From switching off the music as early as 3 am to low volume next thing we know, SHUT DOWN!
The club was shut down early this year.
Now as much as this club was small, it had a vibe that we all enjoyed. DJ Exclusive always brought the house down and drinks were reasonably priced. The other thing was shisha which was affordable and because the place was small, you were always sure you will get a bong.
The club was shut down late last year.
Everyone has a story whenever you mention this club. Before you actually got access, you went through the horror of the bouncers. They literally used to carry you by your pants kama makarao and throw yo out.
Please note it was out of a tent. Yes, the club was in a tent. I still do not know why many people liked it and the way Kenyans are picky and have no chills whatsoever, they loved the club.
It must be the music. This was everyones first turn up joint.
It was shut down in 2014.
This club came with so much fire. Located just below Brew Bistro Westlands, you would always find it packed but with more foreigners than locals. It was expensive and so it attracted a certain type of crowd.
It did not last long, next thing we knew it had been shut down. It was a sister club to Privee so probably the owner blew his money elsewhere and the club business was not going so well for him.
It was shut down early his year
This club was literally at the corner in Westlands. For you to get there you had to pass a back door and going in, it’s actually a big club.
It did not have many customers maybe because it was hidden and it was on electric avenue. A street full of clubs.
It was shut down late last year.
Other than Vineyard, these clubs were all on electric avenue Westlands. This was a street that was quiet during the day and Las Vegas lit at night. Full of all kinds of people out just to have a good time.
Others still park there kushikisha (chew miraa) and watch all the drama happening outside.
Well, RIP to the good old days.
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