Interesting Jazz clubs in Lekki & Ikoyi Lagos
Not everyone likes the gbem gbem tun tun gba shaku shaku kind of music that’s making the mainstream in Nigeria today. Some of us just like some good ol jazz music. Whether you want to chill with the boys, have a romantic date or spend some time in solitude, we found a list of interesting Jazz clubs in Lekki and Ikoyi Lagos.
Pick your spot and enjoy the music.
Music in Lagos is synonymous with Afrobeat, however, as much as people love Afrobeat and highlife, a vast amount still enjoy Jazz.
There’s something about Jazz, it’s soothing and calm to listen to. There’s a range of sounds that can be heard at a diverse range of bars and nightclubs in Lagos. Find high-quality live music in all genres with a focus on Jazz at these places.
1. Prest Jazz club, Admiralty Way, Lekki
Prest Jazz club is your go-to place for anything classical and fine dining. They dominantly play Jazz music, unless hosts or customers want something different.
The club features a boat cruise, buffet and mingling while listening to Jazz with friends and family members.
2. The Soul Lounge, Lekki
The Soul Lounge is a nice place to hang out on weekends. Located at the Palms Mall in Lekki, it’s a nightclub that regularly plays old school music especially Jazz.
3. Jazzhole Ikoyi
Modest Jazzhole is a vintage and traditional shop with African as well as Latin-influenced vinyl and CDs sold inside. The venue is also a rehearsal and live music spot for Jazz and other genres of music, run by Kunle Tejuoso. Tejuoso has created what’s essentially a heritage space for older and upcoming musicians who often jam together in this important musical space.
The Jazzhole has been around for a very long time and remained consistently relevant and true to its course.
4. Lekki boat and Jazz club
Lekki Boat and Jazz club is another relaxed lounge with a fantastic sea view that compliments the atmosphere for unwinding, business networking and water view. The music is top notch too and soothes your soul.
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Article source: Pulse.ng