Whether you got a house full of hyperactive kids, or an office full of overworked employees - this is the ideal place to bring them to, so they can just let it all go and have fun along the way.
The Era nightclub has earned its spot as one of Cape Town’s best hotspots to visit
Best known for being part of Cape Town’s nightlife, by day (Tuesday to Friday) it serves up tasty tapas and fine cuisine. By night (Friday and Saturday), Era celebrates a time in history, it’s out to pay its respects to both current and past artists of electronic, house, deep house, and techno music. “The reason why we are so specific about our music selection is because we want to create a space that is dedicated to the development of electronic music in Cape Town. We respect the artists who created the electronic music scene and we also want to provide a platform for those up-and-coming artists,” says Marketing and Brand Manager Dallen Levitan.
What to expect from Era Nightclub
Era has set its own standards in our beloved city, the scene is set with the latest lightning effects money can buy. The roof and walls are covered with LED lights which beat and flow with the music creating quite the atmosphere, and then the sound system is rated to be the one of the best internationally! The musical line-up will comprise of veterans and new artists so except for some classic electronic mixed with new vibes.
Tip for Era Nightclub
Be sure to visit Era to find out more about the club’s weekday music events. There are special vinyl-only evenings and jazz nights happening amongst others. And while the nightclub is open to the general public, patrons must register for a free membership either on ERA’s website or at the door in order to enter.
“Basically, the membership programme is a loyalty programme that provides people with loyalty benefits based on patrons’ involvement with the brand, whether it is through engaging with us on social media or through attendance. This will all amount to certain benefits and allows us to get to know our customers better,” adds Dallen.
The entrance fee for ERA Nightclub will depend on the acts playing on a specific night, but patrons can expect to pay R100 and up. ERA serves tapas and other dishes, which range in price from R35 to R150.
Note: Guys and girls must be over 23 and 21 years of age respectively to enter ERA Nightclub.