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.
What to Expec at Tiger Tiger Claremont
Tiger Tiger has been around for years and is very popular with the students and young professionals in the Southern Suburbs. With two dance floors and eight bars to boot, Tiger Tiger caters for commercial music and house music party animals. One of the biggest clubs in the Southern Suburbs and close enough for the students, this venue is always pumping and exudes vibrant fun, nothing beats this.
With a relaxed, fun and unpretentious vibe, this Southern Suburb dance club has been a long standing favourite. Patrons can dance to thumping dance and pop tunes on either one of the two dance floors. This popular club is also known for drink specials like a single and mix which goes for below R10, as well a 2-for-1 special that is particularly popular amongst students. Dress code varies from each night, Thursdays is generally quite relaxed, so you can get away with your casual wear like T-shirts and sandals are allowed. Be prepared to kick it up a notch for Friday night though, smart casual dress code applies so please don’t think you getting in with those slops… Same goes for Saturday nights. Entrance is free on Friday for students before 11pm, and free for everyone before 10pm on Saturdays.
Best Times to Visit:
I would say a Friday night would be a good night if you are a student or looking for the younger vibe, Saturday nights bring in an older and braver crowd who want to hit the floor, great mixed ages here.