The moment you step through the gates of this hidden, elevated slice of Jamaican culture, Dub Club transports you into a world of Rastafari Livity. Several steps down will take you into the heart of the music pulsating open-air club that seems to heave in tandem with its own beat. If you’re out of breath after taking the steps to get to the club, you can refresh yourself with natural juices such as june-plum and soursop, or choose from a list of alcoholic beverages, all at affordable prices. To eat, you can try the kitchen’s tasty ital soup, tuna melts, assorted wraps, and Jamaican pastries which include gizzada and grater cake. There is comfortable seating to relax and enjoy the atmosphere, or you can dance the night away on the dance floor located right next to the DJ booth.
Spreading the message of Rasta and having a positive impact are among the aims of Kingston Dub Club, and this cultural gem has been around for over ten (10) years. A venue strictly for reggae, the club’s music is provided by an array of DJ selectors. You may even be fortunate enough to enjoy a surprise, live performance. At the time of writing, upcoming events included a tribute to Marcus Garvey on Sunday, August 20, 2017 while on August 27, 2017 the club in association with Boiler Room planned to host a live stream of the Notting Hill Carnival in London.
Currently, Dub Club is open most Sundays and rounds out Kingston weekend entertainment on a night that is generally without many good party options. A place like no other on the city’s night time entertainment scene, Kingston Dub Club brings a rejuvenating mix of music and culture to Kingston.
Opening Hours: 8 pm to 2 pm, Sundays
Address: 7b Skyline Drive, St. Andrew
Contact: 1 876 815 1184 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.kingstondubclub.com
Social Media: www.facebook.com/officialkingstondubclub | www.instagram.com/kingston_dub_club