Port Elizabeth nightclub

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Club Shakes nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Club Shakes
5 De Villiers Street, North End, Port Elizabeth
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Finnezz nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Finnezz
Shop 1, Humerail Shopping Centre, Port Elizabeth
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Circular Furnishers & Upholsters nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Circular Furnishers & Upholsters
34 Larch Road, Steytler, Port Elizabeth
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ILLUSION SPORTS BAR & NIGHTCLUB nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
ILLUSION SPORTS BAR & NIGHTCLUB
5 De Villiers Street, Port Elizabeth
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纳尔逊曼德拉湾警民中心 nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
纳尔逊曼德拉湾警民中心
4 Burt Drive, Port Elizabeth
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Castro’s nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Castro’s
13 Eastbourne Road, Port Elizabeth
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Mulligan’s Pub & Grill nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Mulligan’s Pub & Grill
74 Webber Street, South End, Port Elizabeth
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Balizza nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Balizza
108 Heugh Road, Walmer, Port Elizabeth
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Cheers Revue Bar nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Cheers Revue Bar
10 Harrower Road, North End, Port Elizabeth
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The Floor nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
The Floor
North End, Port Elizabeth
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Blue Note Lounge nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Blue Note Lounge
6-8 Gutch Road, Port Elizabeth
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NEIGHBORHOOD BAR & GRILL (Port nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
NEIGHBORHOOD BAR & GRILL (Port
270 Stanford Road, Gelvan Park, Port Elizabeth
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Heat Club nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Heat Club
94 Westbourne Road, Port Elizabeth
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Phillip Lunnon Inc. nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Phillip Lunnon Inc.
9 Ryan Street, Mill Park, Port Elizabeth
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Cafe Loxion nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Cafe Loxion
24 Parliament Street, Port Elizabeth
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Goverment On Parliament nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Goverment On Parliament
10 Parliament Street, Central, Port Elizabeth
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Captain’s Central nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Captain’s Central
31 Clyde Street, Central, Port Elizabeth
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Kwadwesiextension nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Kwadwesiextension
42 Bhengu Street, Ibhayi
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The DockSide PE Habour nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
The DockSide PE Habour
16 Lower Valley Road, Port Elizabeth
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Mbuyi’s Tarven nightclub Port Elizabeth South Africa
Mbuyi’s Tarven
Wesleyan Street, Port Elizabeth
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Nightclubs in Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth nightclub: Club Shakes, Finnezz, Circular Furnishers & Upholsters, ILLUSION SPORTS BAR & NIGHTCLUB, 纳尔逊曼德拉湾警民中心, Castro’s, Mulligan’s Pub & Grill, Balizza, Cheers Revue Bar, The Floor, Blue Note Lounge, NEIGHBORHOOD BAR & GRILL (Port, Heat Club, Phillip Lunnon Inc., Cafe Loxion, Goverment On Parliament, Captain’s Central, Kwadwesiextension, The DockSide PE Habour, Mbuyi’s Tarven

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