The Herald (Harare)

Zimbabwe: 'Epic New Year's Eve Party' Promises Fireworks

Music lovers seeking a night of fun and pleasure will be pleased to attend the opening of Thorn Tree River Lodge in Glen Lorne where an exclusive gig featuring some of Harare's hottest DJs has been lined up.

Dubbed "Epic New Year's Eve Party", the gig has all the makings of a thriller as it boasts all the veterans in the club scene including the red carpet for patrons and VVIP treatment until the early hours of the morning.

The venue, which is located near a river in one of Harare's leafy suburbs, has executive suites, lush green grass, well-stocked bar plus a pool.

The party starts at 8pm and everything goes until well into the New Year. Interestingly, those who wish to be part of the countdown into 2013 will be assured of non-stop rocking and entertainment.

Make no mistake, the dance floor is complete with intelligent lights, mirrors and a powerful PA system to last the night.

According to Denford Jiro of Zanzibar Entertainment, who are putting the gig together, there no under -23s will allowed into the gig.

"We want revellers to celebrate the New Year in style and encourage patrons not to bring under-aged music lovers.

The party will start early and end until the early hours of the morning.

"For the countdown we promise something new and exciting for those who will attend the party because besides the music there is going to be a few surprises including a fireworks display," he said.

Jiro aka Denny J said while the music will cater for mature crowd there will be a mixed bag featuring old skool and freshest hits that are causing waves in the clubs.

He also assured fans that there will be secure parking and tight security for motorists.

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