Can you believe it? It’s been a decade and a half since Club Unity opened its doors as one of South Africa’s first super clubs.
The club might have only ran for 3 years, but for many the journey paved the way and gave insight into the future of electronic music in the country, as well as giving us the best party moments.
Since its closure, a few of the key members of the original UNITY 8 has kept the fire burning by pulling off bench mark events – and ultimately, cultivating the Unity family that once made Club Unity their weekend home.
Naturally, a little celebration is in order.
Club Unity 15 to reunite clubbing family
The original members of Unity Club have come together once again to offer revellers an unforgettable gathering. The date has been set (30 August) and names are being added to the line-up as you read this sentence.
Confirmed for the Club Unity Cape Town get together (thus far) is Tobie Allen, who will be flying in from Dubai; Dare Dare, who is coming down from London; Chris Klass 7 & Gary SK, who were added not too long ago; and master of mischief, Bad Boy Basil (see line-up below).
The details (thus far)
Mercury Live has been set as the venue. Tickets selling fast, all early bird offers have sold out! Normal tickets still available through Quicket – buy here. For more info, check out the event’s page.
– NICK E LOUDER
– TOBIE ALLEN
– DAN DARE
– CHRIS KLASS
– GARY SK
– BAD BOY BASIL
– ANDREW F