Goethe-Institut continues to impress the local entertainment industry by doing it their way.
In a bid to support local talent and improve the country’s potential entertainment industry, Goethe-Institut has embarked on organizing concerts, drama as well as art exhibitions.
On Saturday, Goethe-Institut will host an extraordinary concert and renowned local reggae master, Natty Dread says that ‘wicked’ reggae vibes will prevail. He will lace reggae lovers with a wealth of his strong performances and lion dance moves.
The self-appointed, Natty Dread international will perform with his band, U.F.O, alongside a guest group, Kids Voices.
The concert will be held at Goethe-Institut, Liaison office in Kacyiru at 8:30 p.m—entrance fee is Rwf 500 (for students) and Rwf 1000 (non students).
Last week, Goethe-Institut hosted an art exhibition dubbed, “As Rwanda Turns: Re-inventing Sculpture and Painting,” and the event was great.