The 6th edition of picnic-themed Roast And Rhyme event dubbed Reggae, Ragga Nyam Fest went down on Sunday 11th February 2018 at Jahazi Pier in Munyoyo.
As usual, it was filled up to capacity with music and meat lovers who thronged the event from as early as 2pm. The slay queens were in their hundreds romancing and adjusting their flowery and heavily made up bodies as they romanced their smart phones while updating social media.
The event Known for mostly unearthing fresh talent, this time round focused on unearthing forgotten artistes with surprise guest artistes who did not only heighten the excitement as surprise artistes, but also threw in the oomph in the already frenzied crowd by performing exceptionally well.
The likes of Sizza Man, Henry Tigan, Tshaka Mayanja and long forgotten star Ziggy Dee were all impressive as was youngsters Bruno K, Beenie Gunter and Rabadaba. The others such as Myco Ouma and Joe Kahii alongside Janzi and Qwela band did a good supporting role on the live music scene.
The children too were not left out as they had their own play village for jumping castles, bycle and camel rides. We are not going to spoil the fun for you as these photos speak louder;
Kenneth Mugabi sang alongside Joe Kahiri and Qwela band. They also had a session dedicated to fallen soldier Mowzey
Bruno K opened up the performances with some reggae vibes
Capital FM’s Flavia Tumusiime celebrated her 30th birthday on Sunday with friends at Roast and Rhyme. She served them with a platter of Muchomo
Miss Deedan cannot wait to munch the yummy Nyama coma with her buddies
When the Reggae fan decides to compliment his looks with a reggae-themed dress code
Qwela band’s Joe Kahiri sings his heart out for the fans on Sunday
Qwela band doing some serious reggae fusions and dancehall beats to spice things up
Janzi Band members warming up before stepping on stage for their session
Children having fun in the bouncing castles and slides at the children’s village
The slay queens as usual turned up in big numbers and kept themselves busy crushing the Muchomo
These happy children enjoyed the camel rides and giggled with excitement
These guests who sat at the ‘high table’ were happily sipping at cocktails courtesy of Uganda Waragi
Say cheers: Its selfie time as these young ladies smile into their phone cameras
The bars were busy as usual with Bell and other drinks flowing freely
Roast and Rhyme is about live music and of course Nyama choma. The smile on her face says it all
The numbers at Roast and Rhyme always keep growing by the day
Happy People: The ladies always want to have fun especially together
The crowd looks relaxed as they enjoy the reggae vibes
Ring ring ani oyo? Angella…Sizza Man sings to his fans who kept answering back
DJ Crim and DJ King doing the after party session as the animated crowd danced the night away
Representing the new generation: Beenie Gunter doing his thing
Henry Tigan is still a big deal when it comes to live performances
Surprise act: Ziggy Dee came back to life and received a warm welcome from the crowd
Tshaka Mayanja of Roots Worriers on the base guitar
The slay queens busy updating their social media pages to keep thier friends informed
And then there was dancing as Andrew Kyamagero, Tonny Mutengu and company take to the floor
This is how we do it: Ladies showing off some flesh to who ever cared to checkout