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Looking for something fun to do this weekend? There’s always something going on in Kigali. Check out our guide for things to do this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Kiseki Traditional Dance Night
If you are in the mood for traditional dancing, Kiseki Authentic Japanese restaurant will have traditional dance, Rwandan Mpore Mpore and Japanese Bon Odori this evening at 7pm. In addition to the dances, all food, Sake, beer and soft drinks will be at a discount of 50 per cent.
Kinga Caravan Concert
Kinga Blues is organising a concert that tells the music journey from acoustic guitar, to hard and loud rock and anything between. At the concert, happening at Impact Hub in Kiyovu, performers include Kinga Blues, an accordina player, Ben, DJ Eric Soul. Doors will open at 5pm and entrance fee is Rwf 3,000.
My 250 Concert
Nigerian music star, Tekno Miles, is expected to jet in soon for a performance at the first edition of ‘My 250 Concert’ slated for Sunday September 10 at Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village. He will be performing alongside Ugandan songstress Lillian Mbabazi, Bruce Melodie, Neptunez Band and rising dance group Sick City Entertainment. The concert aims at promoting the country’s music industry by giving a chance to upcoming artistes to showcase their talent.
Overflow Africa Worship Conference
Gospel artistes from within the region are set to participate in the “Overflow Africa Worship Conference” in Kigali. The three–day event will run from September 10 to 12 at Christian Life Assembly Church in Nyarutarama. Notable guests include the founder of Africa Let’s Worship (AFLEWO), Timothy Kaberia from Kenya, Dudu Niyukuri from Burundi, Rachel Nanyangwe from Zambia, Humkay from Uganda, and Pastor David Ewagata from Kenya. Others are Rwandan artistes Aime Uwimana, Olivier Kavutse and his wife Amanda Kavutse, as well as Heavenly Melodies members from Rwanda.
There will be a five-hour evening of worship from 4pm up to 8pm on Sunday evening. The worship will focus on thanking God for the blessings He has bestowed on Rwanda.
Compiled by Sharon Kantengwa
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