Radio City’s presenter Bryan Kella McKenzie is a man who never runs out of ideas when it comes to the entertainment scene and the events he organises have turned into meeting point for party animals, well wishers and the socialites in Kampala, with the Silent Disco being one of the live examples.
Well, have you been missing the Silent Disco? This brand new party McKenzie introduced dubbed Obunuzi (Runyankore for sweetness) is one you might not want to miss especially basing on the fact that it boasts of things like acoustic performances and top notch entertainers all at the Bugolobi based Monot Lounge Bar this Thursday the 8th of June.
According to McKenzie, artistes Allan Toniks, Joe Kahiri and Naava Grey are headlining this first ever edition whose inspiration was derived from a private show he organised in Mbarara and it turned into a nice event.
“In 2015, I held a private show in Mbarara where we had only guitars and vocalists, we decided to use our wireless headphones to listen to the sound of the acoustic amplified and straight to the earlier… The experience was too sweet, but then we didn’t have enough equipment to make it a big show. So now June 8th is here, we decided to call it #OBUNUZI just because the feeling of the show is sweet.”
All the performances will strictly be acoustic so the fans will get a chance to listen to the real artistes’ vocal ability and later there will be an after party in form of Silent disco which will be lit up by Djs Cizza, Kas B and Jo till late.
It’s purely acoustic, this is where music all began really, so Kahiri will perform his songs straight to your ears through the headphones and you will be able to enjoy your own personal performance wherever you are in the crowd.
The party will be happening every first Thursday of the month and entrance is only Ug Shs 30,000 both ordinary and VIP
“We prefer to have Quality of Quantity really, this is special, a reward to a true fan o music.” McKenzie concluded.