More options for disco lovers
12 November 2018 | Art and Entertainment
Lani Calvaar Collazo is the sole owner of La Luna night club located in the town area.
Collazzo says she always wanted to own and operate a club and started giving it serious thought three years ago.
“I kept looking for the perfect venue and when I eventually found it, I decided to give it a try and turn this burning passion I had into a reality.
La Luna caters for people aged over 30 and Collaza says she is looking forward to host events and play an active part in assisting community groups such as the Shack Dwellers Federation with her club.
“Revellers can party the night away on a mixture of old school and jazz music tones in a secure venue and with peace of mind. Securities ensure order is maintained at all times and there is also secure parking available for guests.”
Resident DJs Allister “Shakes” Marney and Geraldo “Pello” van Wyk hosted Jerome “DJ Doebie” Welss from Windhoek and Anthony “DJ Tony” Le Roux from Cape Town, South Africa, for the official opening and nonstop dancing at Club La Luna.
Carl “Junior” Williams and Erastus Lazarus took over the management of club Le Palace at the Desert Inn Hotel in Narraville.
The two entrepreneurs refurbished the club and christened it Revamp.
“We identified the need for quality entertainment especially for people aged above 20 in Walvis Bay. Club Le Palace has an identity and a rich history as one of the top clubs in Namibia. We want to re-establish it as a prime adult entertainment venue.”
The club caters for old school disco dance music fans in particular.
Williams added that a huge television projector displaying images on a wall is one of the unique features at the club.
“Sport fans can pop in for live games.”
Alfred “DJ Ice B” Baker officially inaugurated Revamped.