The weekend has arrived again, but do you want it to be the same as every weekend? Are you sick of hanging out in the same place? If so, why not see if you can find a perfect joint this weekend and catch up with new buddies?
Whether you’re in Kigali or in the upcountry-whether you’re a party animal, karaoke fan or concertgoer, this weekend has an option for everyone. Here are some exciting activities happening this weekend.
East Africa Dances @ Rwanda Revenue-Kimihurura
Today, Kigali will conclude the first edition of the East African Dance Festival (EADF) and the event is taking place at the Rwanda Revenue Event Hall at 6:30 pm
Don't miss this special night of string dance show, as dancers from Rwanda, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and United States of America (USA) and United Kingdom (UK) present talent on stage, with their high quality and energy packed dance moves.
The concert is free and open to the public.
Knowless @ Quelque Part (QQP)
Knowless is set to entertain her fans at Quelque Part, a Kigali-based restaurant at 7p.m, tonight.
A line-up of local artistes are also expected to perform at the concert. They include Omario, Charly, Gisa, Dashim and Jay C, among other.
Entrance fee is Rwf2, 000.
Karaoke @ The Manor Hotel
Want to sing your heart out at some amazing karaoke bars in Kigali? ... Aspiring divas will want to head to The Manor, one of best luxury hotels in the country.
Performances start at 7p.m tonight, with Carol Nderitu and Kigali Kings of Karaoke as your hosts.
There will be free offer on each drink at O’Connell’s Bar during the entire Karaoke night. Don't miss out on this special night.
Gospel Night @ Contact Restaurant
Local gospel artistes Theo Uwiringiyimana, better known by his stage name Bose babireba, Naphtal Hategekimana and Damascene Kanuma are expected to perform in a free concert at Contact Restaurant this evening.
Even if you don't like gospel music, if you're a fan of any of these artistes, you'll instantly love the concert.
Dream Boys launch album in Huye, Kigali
If you’re a concert-goer, check out musical performances that will take place throughout the country this weekend.
Today, Dream Boys, a local R&B duo composed of two friends TMC and Platine, will launch their latest video album- Uzambarize mama, at the National University of Rwanda (NUR) in Huye District.
The group’s Kigali fans will have their share tomorrow evening at the Petit Stade in Remera.
Entrance fee at NUR is Rwf1, 000 for students and Rwf2, 000 for non-students, while at the Petit Stade, concert-goers will pay Rwf2, 000 in the (ordinary section) and Rwf5, 000 (VIP section).
Jay Polly, Tom Close, Knowless, Kitoko, Uncle Austin, Amag The Black are various artistes expected to perform at the concert. Uganda’s Eddy Kenzo is also in the country to support the boys.