14 December 2012

Zimbabwe: Mega Party At Adrienne's Restaurant

A mega party is on this Saturday at Adrienne's Restaurant at Belgravia shops where the old meets the young in song and dance. The party, which starts today with the veterans club DJs Dean and Robbie T, who recently rocked Johannesburg, continues tomorrow with yet another captivating show featuring KC the Gigmaster, Kelvin "Kedza" Sifelani and Otis "The Flow" Fraser.

According to organisers, tomorrow's gig will take fans on a musical journey from the days gone by to the latest club bangers that are doing the rounds in most pubs and clubs.

Already there is hype for the party as Kedza, The Gigmaster and Star FM's mix-master Tha Flow rocks the decks in what fans have aptly dubbed the "young meets the old" on one dance floor.

The exquisite joint where revellers start off with their dinner will gain momentum with the old skool music courtesy of the three DJs then later it will be greater when they turn up the music with the soul and R&B latest hits.

First on the decks will be the Gigmaster then The Flow and Kedza will wind up the show with his true groove R&B sounds. The three have worked together before and their combination on the decks is out of this world.

Since he joined Star FM, The Flow has been rocking the dance floors like he used to back in the days when he was with Power FM. He is still bringing his hot mixes and scratches on the decks like never before.

"We are happy to be rocking the party at Adrienne's this Saturday we know what fans want and we are going to deliver it to them. So let's make a date tomorrow and have a good time," The Gigmaster said.

For long Adrienne's Restaurant has been famed for their signature oxtail dishes but now it is becoming a favourite hotspot for the discerning music lovers who want to go out in a friendly atmosphere without pushing and shoving.

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