New and exciting events are coming up in Kigali and the ‘Dark Dinner’ is one of a kind – a mystery that will be solved by those who attend.
The dinner, organized by Ozone, is the first of its kind and is likely to presents a lot of fun and mysterious things. ‘Outgoers’ can’t help but be curious.
Nina Kagenza, the marketing and sales manager of Kigali City Tower, confirmed that the food will be served in the dark and that it will show how much people can trust the chef.
“People will be given a chance to enjoy different ways of dining and trusting the chef’s skills enough to eat in the dark. This event will enable us to create amazing concepts that can be experienced and elevate Rwanda onto the culinary map,” Kagenza said.
Kagenza told Taarifa that Chef Eisha Mugabo from Japan and Chef Japan Shaban from Rwanda have prepared a three-course meal for this particular event that will put people’s taste buds to test.
The dinner is scheduled for Saturday evening from 7pm to 11pm at KCT rooftop. The rates are one pax; Rwf 15,000, two pax; Rwf 25,000, four pax; Rwf 50,000
This Friday evening is filled with many activities for everyone. From a sensational soul soothing jazz event graced by Mayonde from Kenya to a hype Jameson Connects events headlined by Navio from Uganda both happening on Friday evening.
According to Remy Lubega, the Jazz Junction organizer, the events which turns two years in June has combined afro-fusion, soul and blues, making it a meeting point of most genres of music.
Mayonde, the Kenyan songstress who is half Rwandan could not hold back the excitement of performing home again.
“I am glad to be back here in Kigali, my second home. I am going to give my fans great jazz experience, come witness history in the making as I will groove, sing and dance with you,” Said Mayonde.
Patrick Nyamitari, who is also the main item of the evening assures revelers that his one-and-half-hour performance will leave them grooving along to his music.
“My performance will be powerful and creative. I want to use this platform and rebrand myself and show people my full potential,” Said Nyamitari.
The Jazz Junction event will take place at Serena hotel, from 7pm to midnight and entrance is Rwf 10,000 for Bronze, Rwf 20,000 for Silver and Rwf 250,000 for Platinum (8 people).
On the other hand, the first edition of Jameson Connects Rwanda will have the Ugandan rapper Daniel Lubwama Kigozi, known as Navio electrify the stage.
He is one of the top artists in the region and is best known for his solo hits such as Ngalo, Njogereza and many more.
Bruce Intore of Rock Events said that they partnered with Tianis, the official representatives of Jameson to create the event, which will be held more often, and looking forward to bring more artists from the region and beyond.
“Everyone who comes will definitely have fun and end the month in style. We have the best Deejays in Kigali spinning good music, there will be food and affordable drinks,” Said Intore.
Dj Miller and Dj Toxxyk, whose reputation in Kigali of always playing the right music at the right time, are all set tonight.
“Tonight’s event is going to be one of a kind. When you combine Navio’s energetic performance and our selection of music, you are guaranteed an epic night,” Dj Miller affirmed.
Regular tickets are Rwf 10,000, and VIP tickets are 50,000 (for 3 people and a bottle of Jameson).