Got that Saturday feeling and wondering where all the action is this weekend? Look no further because The New Times has got you covered! We've rounded up six unmissable events happening this weekend that will ensure your Saturday and Sunday is nothing short of epic. 1. Heritage Group Exhibition Art enthusiasts, don't miss this group art exhibition featuring artists Joel Imbabarire, Henry Munyaneza, Crepin Ndayishimiye, and Jean Paul Mugisha. The exhibition runs until October 14 at Neza-h Art Space in Kiyovu, KN1 Ave. Opening hours are from 3 pm to 10 pm daily. ALSO READ: From pasture to canvas: How cattle rearing inspired an art exhibition 2. Ndiho Album Live Recording Join Bruno Mpundu at New Life Bible Church in Kicukiro on Sunday, October 8, for a live recording of his gospel album titled Ndiho. He'll be accompanied by Alarm Ministries, and Pastor Banda. The event starts at 5 pm, and there's no entrance fee. ALSO READ: Bruno Mpundu set to feature Alarm Ministries's live recording concert 3. Young Leaders Camp Young gospel enthusiasts, head to Zion Temple Kimironko this Saturday, October 7, for the Oil Your Lamp young leaders camp. Pastors Didier Habimana, Hassan Kibirango, Paddy Musoke, Pastor Flory Nzabakira, and Ambassador Dr. Charles Muligande will be at the event starting at 5 pm at Youth With A Mission, Kabeza KK276 St. Entrance fee is Rwf15,000. 4. Silver Nights Calling all club music enthusiasts! This Saturday, October 7, at Atelier Du Vin on KN 3rd Road, Rwandex. House of Payne's very own DJ Payne, along with Kevin Klein, are set to ignite the dance floor, and DJ Chris will be there too. With an entry fee of Rwf10,000, this event is exclusively for those aged 18 and above. As if the music isn't enough of a draw, here's a sweet deal: purchase four Heineken and receive a complimentary Tequila Rose shot. The party kicks off at 7 pm and keeps the energy high until 2 am. 5. Funky Saturday For club music fans who also love games, head to Funky Monkey Arcade at Mundi Center Rwandex to 'Meet Your DJs.' The show will be headlined by Dj Higa and Rusam. There's a special offer of Rwf10,000, which includes two beers, a chicken or beef wrap, and a ticket to meet the DJs. 6. Volkano Fest From Friday to Sunday, October 8, it’s a weekend of live music and art as the Volkano Fest lights up Musanze. This three-day extravaganza features a lineup of over 40 artists from around the world. For a mere Rwf35,000 entry fee, you'll gain access to a vibrant party that transcends borders. Rwandan stars like Kaya Byiinshi, B-Threy, Bushali, 1Key, Nephews Band, Makembe, and many more are present. Ugandan artists like Otim Alpha and Maganda Shakul, along with Kenyans like Kuiyu, Akoth Jumadi, and DJ Infity, among others will also bring their performances to the stage. But the international flair doesn't stop there. There are artists hailing from Germany, France, Tanzania, and Burundi all ready to showcase their unique talents. In addition to the music, revelers can immerse themselves in art exhibitions, explore crafts vendors, and watch their kids have a blast in dedicated playgrounds. You also get to satisfy your taste buds with a variety of food and drinks, and if you're up for it, experience the thrill of camping on-site. To catch up on the latest events happening in Kigali, visit The New Times and follow our social media platforms for updates throughout the weekend.