Weekend Proggie

If you want a refreshing weekend, here are some of the places to visit and events to look out for.
Knowless is among artistes who will grace the Miss Umutara Polytechnic event.
Knowless is among artistes who will grace the Miss Umutara Polytechnic event.

If you want a refreshing weekend, here are some of the places to visit and events to look out for.

Knowless @ Miss Umutara Polytechnic


Songstress Knowless who  just launched her album “Uwo Ndiwe’ will have her first performance in the Eastern Province during the third edition of Miss Umutara Polytechnic beauty pegeant.

The singer is expected to perform alongside Jay Polly, Kitoko, Allioni and Dabz.

Entrance fee is Rwf 2,000 for the ordinary section and Rwf 5,000 for VIP. Students will pay Rwf 1,000.

BYOB @ Stone House

Tonight, it’s going down at Stone House in Kicuciro at the ‘Bring Your Own Bottle’ (BYOB) party. DJ Gomez will be spinning the disc and taking your requests. It’s just you, your bottle of liquor, wine or champagne.

Those who don’t take hard stuff, local beers and soft drinks will be available at decent prices. The menu also includes food.

Pubs and Restaurants


Do you want to spend your weekend in a more serene place, sipping your favourite drink and eating nice food with friends or family? Why not try KGL Fast Food in Kinamba? You can also visit Cozy in Kacyiru or Chapter One, Ogopogo, and Sundowner, all in Kimihurura for a wild weekend.

Africa Bite is another beautiful restaurant in the neighbourhood with a wide range of African food. Down Town Pizzeria in the city centre is another bar to go to.

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

Night Clubs

There are many night clubs but only a few will rock your weekend.

K-Club in Nyarutarama, Golemi at Lemigo Hotel in Kimihurura, Planet Club at KBC, Black and White at Alpha Palace Hotel in Remera and Legacy at Hotel Mille Collines, are some of the nightclubs to try out this weekend.

Painting and camping @ Red Rocks

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

Here, guests can camp, go mountain hiking, paint with the locals, weave baskets, play beach volleyball and go mountain biking. There are instructors to take visitors around and also teach them a few things about Rwandan culture - especially how to brew local beer. You can also carry your own drinks to the camp site.

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