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Cyclone joins the nightlife fray

NEW JOINT: Kampala has a vibrant nightlife with new entertainment spots opening every other day. Isaac Ssejjombwe checked out, Cyclone

Kampala people love to party. What else explains new entertainment spots opening up every other day? This evening, Cyclone Club, based at Tirupati Mall in Kabalagala will be opened.

“It is a high-end club with exquisite décor that will add to the choices of Kampalans who love the finer things in life,” says the Marketing Manager, Flosha Mukashaka.
“Mostly glass and mirrors were used to design the place, and we all know girls love mirrors, so they will love this place,” she adds.

Entrance to the nightclub will be Shs20,000 per head on weekends, but those who want V.I.P tables reserved for them have to part with a minimum of Shs100,000 for their drinks.
Cyclone has 25 giant screens and is ideal for those who want to catch the soccer games. Music videos also play on these screens.

There is also a smoking section where shisha is the main attraction. A shisha pot goes for Shs15,000. The pool tables are also located in this area.

“We also have a mini-casino for those who love playing games to win money. Currently, we only have slot machines but roulette tables will be introduced soon,” she adds.
Revellers don’t have to worry about drinking on empty stomachs as the club’s kitchen prepares traditional, continental dishes and snacks. The food prices range between Shs15,000 and Shs25,000.




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