Everyone loves a theme party, and if you’re in Goa you don’t need to wait for an occasion to celebrate a theme night. Head over to Club Tito’s to enjoy carnival night, bunny nights, ladies nights and so much more!
Club Tito’s is one of the oldest and most popular nightclubs in Goa. In fact, this nightclub located in North Goa was one of the first discotheques to open in the state way back in 1971, and today is famous enough to have a lane named after it! Synonymous with electrifying nights, loud music, world-class music DJs, live acts and international dance performers, Club Tito’s is your reason to party loud and proud in North Goa.
Tito’s Goa is an expansive space that comprises of an open-air restaurant in a courtyard of sorts, a concert space, and the nightclubs — Club Tito’s, Bollywood Discotheque, and Café Mambo. The Bollywood Discotheque is currently undergoing renovation and will be opened later in December.
While Club Tito’s is buzzing throughout the week, you’ll find it raging on the weekends as music and party lovers from all over the state come down. Fridays and Saturdays are popular commercial party nights here, while Sundays are reserved for the carnival themed party. The Carnival themed parties showcase a mix of traditional dances like the Portuguese Corridinho or the Goan Deknni, fire juggling and fire limbo acts, and the local award winning dance troupe called Dance-O-Philia performs a marvelous fusion performance of acrobatics and Latin moves. They even have the live band, Smooth, playing through the night, and a Bachata dance workshop to get in to the groove. The dance fiesta goes on till the wee hours of the morning with a mix of Goan, Portuguese, Latin and Retro tunes.
Saturdays are strictly for commercial nights and Bollywood music that caters to the tourist crowd that pours in from all over. You can also check their event calendar to plan your night out around karaoke nights, retro nights, singles nights and many more.
Club Tito’s has a menu that offers a wide range of options in Continental, American, Oriental and Indian cuisines. The entry charges are for alcohol packages only, while food can be ordered off the al a carte menu. If you’re confused about what to order, a glass of their Cosmopolitan and pizzas are a great place to start.
Both couples and stags are allowed to enter, at entry prices that differ on weekends and weekdays.