Weekend Proggie

It’s the weekend. No matter what your plans are, you have to make time for these weekend picks.

It’s the weekend. No matter what your plans are, you have to make time for these weekend picks.

Knowless launches album @ Kigali Serena

She is probably among the most beautiful and talented female musicians in the country. Today, Knowless will be launching her second album dubbed Uwo ndiwe at Kigali Serena Hotel.

The all live show will be graced by local musicians, Christopher, Tom Close, Aline Gahongayire, Intore Masamba and Maria Yohana Mukankuranga. Ugandan artiste Dr. Jose Chameleone is also expected to perform.

Entry fee is Rwf5000 and Rwf10.000 in the V.I.P section. The gig starts at 6:30pm.

Divas weekend @ K-Club

Happy weekend lovely ladies K-Club in Nyarutarama is organising its first diva’s night. The night comes with a trio of female DJs Makeda, Anita and Nidrey. Entrance fee is Rwf 5,000 and Rwf10, 000 (VIP).

Pubs & Restaurants

Some of you love to sit down and have a quiet weekend at places with family and friends for meals or a few drinks. The good news is that there are many places that will help you enjoy your weekend.

If you want to hangout, KGL Fast Food in Kinamba is the ideal place to be, especially if you want burgers and pizzas.

You can also visit Cozy, located in Kacyiru, for a great evening with friends.

Africa Bite is another nice restaurant in the neighborhood and it serves a wide range of African dishes.

Those in Kicukiro can join DJ Gomez at Stone House just after Sonatube as he’ll be playing the best of today’s’ music.

Football fans can also catch this weekend’s action at the Royal Car wash in Kimihurura.

Painting and Camping @ Red Rocks

For those of you who want to hit the road and travel out of Kigali this weekend, we got plot for you. Just seven kilometers out of Musanze town, you will come across Red Rocks, an intercultural Art Center.

Here, guests can camp, do mountain hiking, painting with the local population, basket weaving, beach volleyball and mountain biking. There are instructors who take visitors through lessons of Rwandan culture especially, how to brew local beer. You can also carry your drinks to the camp site.

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