Blankets and Wine is officially a name to reckon with on the social scene. It has grown steadily, and it is amazing how Ugandans have fallen for its uniqueness. The eleventh edition of B&W Kampala that took place on Sunday at the Uganda Museum was testimony to this, evidence that the event has etched itself in the memories of Ugandans.
Ugandans lived up to their reputation of living a party life, all the socialites, celebrities, campusers and normal Ugandans flocked the event. The gardens were perfumed with sorts of flavored food, the snacks were to die for. Couples, families and friends carried appealing picnic baskets.
The event was literally a runway with all sorts of fashions showcased. Hot and flawless chics attended this highly billed picnic in designer shades & sunhats they looked stunning with braids and afro. Not missing out at this elegant fete was the ‘selfie business’ spiced up with the selfie sticks. Ladies showed some bit of skin in the designer shots and dresses as the guys rocked shots and caps to match the trend.
From the lineup on artistes, celebrities, the festivities, B&W revelers to the fashion sense; everything seemed to naturally fall in place. TICKET FOR BORN TO WIN CONCERT:DP8889 Crispy fingered guitarist Myko Ouma, Swahili Nation and The Kansoul from Kenya were the headline acts.
Other musicians that were present included Dr Jose Chameleone, Weasel, hip-hop sensation Navio, soul performer Kenneth Mugabi and Charmant Mushaga. The event was dazed by the best deejay around town including DJ Crisio, DJ Roja, DJ BK and DJ Slick Stuart.