The New Times (Kigali)

25 January 2013

Rwanda: Weekend Proggie

Last weekend we introduced you to some places out of Kigali, but I can tell one thing for sure, this weekend is meant for Kigali, typically for those of you who love and know how to PARTY!

The biggest event this weekend is the BYOB party in Kibagabaga but the usual plot and places are open all weekend if you're interested.

BYOB party @ African Pot, Kibagabaga

With effect from today, Kigali is going to thrill party people every last Friday of the month with the Bring Your Own Bottle (BYOB) party.

Today the party is at African Pot, Kibagabaga, were you'll have to party without breaking the bank. It will just be you, your bottle of liquor, wine or champagne, and for those who don't like the hard stuff, all local beers and soft drinks will be available at decent prices.

The best local DJ's will be on deck to keep you grooving till the wee hours of the morning. Also, a BBQ will be fired up all night and surprise gifts will be given out to spice up the evening.

To get to African Pot, Kibagabaga use the road from Kimironko to Kibagabaga, and after the Seventh Day Adventist Church take the immediate left turn. Entrance is Rwf 1,000.

Facebook Party @ Relax Bar

Tomorrow, all roads lead to Relax Bar located on the third floor of the Nyarugenge modern market. The crème de la crème of home based musicians will perform and interact with their fans.

Knowless will lead the pack of musicians who include, Tom Close, Riderman, G Bruce, Urban Boys, Dream Boys, Allion, Queen Cha, Bruce Melody, among others. Entrance is Rwf 1,000 but the entrance fee is free for the first 100 people at the bar. It begins at 7pm.

DJ Focus @ KGL Fast Food

Most of you must have been there and I'm sure you agree that the place is amazing. But it gets better on weekends as DJ Focus plays music all weekend. If you also want to catch all the big sport events on TV this weekend, KGL Fast Food is the ultimate place for you, your friends and family. It's located just a few metres away from UTEXRWA, Kinamba.

Karaoke @ The Manor Hotel

I think you are all now accustomed to karaoke shows. If you have not been to one, go to The Manor Hotel today and experience the power of singing. Karaoke with your host Corol Nderitu, begins at 7pm and there are a lot of prizes at stake.

Music, Fun @ Cozy Bar, Chapter One, Papyrus, Sundowner, Stone House

Those who want to hang out with friends and workmates can try Cozy, located in Kacyiru, a Kigali suburb that plays popular genres of music. Apart from the great music, drinks and yummy food; the bar also has Shisha on its menu.

Chapter One, Papyrus, Ogopogo, Sundowner and Car wash, are all located in Kimihurura with house DJs, who play music till dawn. You can also have food and breakfast at the same venues.

Those in Kicukiro can join DJ Gomez at Stone House, located just after Sonatube, as he'll be playing the best of today's' music.

Fresh Friday@ Down Town

Like every Friday, Down Town Pizzeria is having its 'Fresh Friday' night. The night is packed with a lot of fun and DJ Gil Low will make sure you dance the weekend away.

Sunday BeachVolleyball @ Mamba Club

After a long weekend, it's good to get up and stretch your body. There's no better way to do that than play volleyball with friends and strangers.

Mamba Club is in Kimihurura and the games take place on Sunday.

Have a great weekend!

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