14 February 2013

Uganda: Bell Campus Rave Parties On

This weekend Bell Lager plans to set Uganda Martyrs and Mbarara universities ablaze with its campus rave parties as its parent company, UBL, embarks on a countrywide tour of universities, taking with them fun, music, live performances, games and freebies.

Uganda Martyrs University Nkozi will be on fire this evening and the wave of excitement will continue at Mbarara, as the fun engulfs the entire town.

This follows a successful launch at Kampala International University (KIU) in Kansanga over the weekend. The fun started in the evening with video games, foosball (table football) and live video mixing by DJ Ricky.

Ricky's back-to-back mix of the latest jams was on point. Then one by one, couple by couple and groupie by groupie, they poured in as MC Kats, the night's host, officially got the party started.

Entrance to these parties is free and the beer is at a discounted price which also attracts the neighbouring community. By the time Mun* G from Baboon Forest Entertainment took to the stage at KIU, the place was totally jamming.

There were performances from the Buzz Dancers who wowed the crowd with their dance moves.

The party animals also got a chance to take to the stage and show their dance skills and many walked away with Bell Lager goodies.

The organizers have promised even more fun and surprise performers as the campaign makes its way through the aforementioned universities.

From the west, the party will proceed to Gulu University and the grand finale will be at Makerere University on a yet-to-be-set date. This is all under the theme 'Bell Nation'.

The idea is to create great friendships by taking cool happenings and goodies to cool people through the fun-packed parties. So, watch out for the Bell Lager campus rave party coming to a university near you.

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