It is always fun and for those that have had an experience of the Club Dome during the previous editions in Kampala and different places around the country, you are witnesses
After close to a year’s hiatus, Club Dome returned bigger and better and Kampala party goers were the first to host it again on Saturday the 28th of September, themed ‘Carribean Vibes’
As early as 7 PM, the revellers who were mainly dominated by university and other tertiary institutions’ going students began making their way to the First Street, Kampala Industrial Area based spacious MTN Warehouse where event was held
It was not themed Carribean Vibes for nothing as the set up was all Caribbean style, which made the party feel like one held on a beach in Jamaica.
Dj XZYL did nothing but a good job to put the early birds in party mood with live Dj mixes that warmed up the place and this was the start of the party. Later came dancer Eddy Wizy and his crew whose set got the revellers’ eyes hooked before the rap battles set courtesy of MTN
Shortly after the rap battles that saw some of the revellers challenge themselves verbally on a Hip Hop beat, there were two other Dj showcases by Dj Vee and Mato that kept the attendees’ vibes flowing before Dj Chapat who threw the crowd in a frenzy
Chapat’s session was truly like a fresh start of the party. He took revellers on a trip to South Africa by playing hard core Gqom music mixes which the partiers couldn’t resist but dance to. He too didn’t let them dance alone, he joined in the dancing, all hyped up and was seen standing on top of the Dj Desk while dancing ‘Vosho’, a popular dance move that accompanies the Gqom music
The vibe Dj Chapat built in the revellers was enough to end the party but there were other performances ahead like a combined one by Dj Dash and Tanzanian Drummer Tito which was unique that saw Dash on the wheels of steel and Tito on Drums playing live to Dash’s mixes
Tito did the same with fellow Tanzanian Dj Ally B who played after Dash and was the final performer. The combination by the two Tanzanians was refreshingly different and gave revellers a new feel.
Here is how it went down in photos