21 Years ago on the 3rd of April 1999, eight of Cape Towns finest DJ’s came together to create what is now know as SA’s first Superclub, it was the first venue to bring the biggest DJ’s and Producers to a Cape Town dance floor on a monthly basis and every week was an epic party with the local artists opening at 10pm and finishing at 8am, 10 solid hours of dancing to the best quality music imported especially for that dance floor. Not something you would see this day and age with all the restrictions we have to endure… we never knew quite how good we had it 😉
For many of the Club Unity punters (Unity Family) the venue was their “Second Home” and became the pinnacle of Dance Music clubbing in South Africa, with such events outside of the club like UNITY on the BEACH New Years even 1999/2000 in Cape Bay where the club has Camps Bay football field as its dance floor and the beach as its chill room, and events at the Good Hope center and Long kloof studios.
Now 21 years later, on the same day, from the 3rd of April 2021 CLUB UNITY has joined forces with Mutha FM for a brand new Live Streaming club night Session every Saturday night from 9pm until 12am: www.muthafm.com
Each week will have top international DJ’s and top local artists streaming live through the new UNITY PORTAL on the Mutha Network taking you across the dance music spectrum as they did in the original club all those years back… The night is endorsed by Pioneer DJ, Pro-Audio and promises to be the next best thing on your Saturday night to actually being at Club Unity.
Each week will have a CLUB UNITY RESIDENT, with a LOCAL GUEST and an INTERNATIONAL GUEST to celebrate 21 years of Club Unity.
Unity Residents and local guests DJ’s to compliment the line ups.
History of Club Unity:
Club Unity launch flyer 1999
The original venue ran for 3 years from 1999 to 2002 with a capacity of 1400 patrons, with some of the international events like Scot-Mac (Coming on Strong), DJ Jean (the Launch) B.K. (Nukleuz Records) pulling in over 2400 on rotation.
Since its closure the Unity brand has by no means died, as the passion lives on through the people of Unity and the main members of the original Unity DJ’s Nick E Louder and Tobie Allen with countless reunions (ReUnity’s) hosted across Cape Towns great venues and many tours in tow. In 2019 and 2020 Unity hosted its 20 years of the brand with theme party’s and its Residentz series of events that were aimed at a small compact clubbing experience that made a big impact in reviving the harder side of dance music in SA.
UNITY PORTAL 9pm Saturday night on Mutha FM: www.muthafm.com
Check out the CLUB UNITY facebook Group HERE!