These two international headlining acts prove that Club Dome is shaped by a global reach which evolves yearly to include ever greater horizons.
Adekunle Gold, Costa Titch lead top Ugandan artists to light up Kampala
Club Pilsener’s Campus themed Club Dome party is back to bring together millennials in higher institutions of learning and other revelers for its sixth edition after a two-year, lockdown induced hiatus. The party gets started on Saturday 16th July at Lugogo Cricket Oval with chart-topping Nigerian musician Adekunle Gold and celebrated South African singer Costa Titch whose song “Big Flexa” is muscling its way to being a massive club banger.
The last Club Dome was held in 2018 and had a Caribbean theme to it while 2022’s theme represents the future we have been waiting for not only because of the incomparable Adekunle Gold and Costa Titch, but because top musicians and DJs from Kampala will also be holding down the party.
Here we are talking about a celebrity studded cast of DJs, namely DJ Slick Stuart, DJ Roja, DJ Dash, DJ Alisha, DJ Jo and DJ Kas Bay.
We shall give you a minute to pick your jaw off the floor before we announce the marquee musicians who shall be showcased.
Revelers need to get ready for the sexy Sheebah Karungi, John Blaq, Daddy Andre, Kataleya and Kandle, Vinka, Dimitri, Bella and, wait a minute, did we just announce the nominees for the Grammy Legend Award?
It seems that way because of each of these musicians brings a distinct flavour to what shall be a variety show of a kind.
That means there will be lots of food and of course the refreshingly different Club Pilsener beer to ensure a fun-filled party which will later spread its wings into a countrywide tour as Club reaches out to its consumers in different cities and towns.
As has been done in previous editions, there will be a Club Dome upcountry party in Mbarara for Western Uganda and Gulu for Northern Uganda.
This countrywide tour is intended to re-ignite the spark for partying that is native to Uganda after this inner flame was dimmed by the Covid-19 induced lockdown.
So, revelers in the selected upcountry locations should expect massively entertaining events with performances from DJs and musicians, both from Kampala and those from within respective districts.
However, before all that happens, on Saturday 16th July at Lugogo Cricket Oval, the party must begin.
Early Bird tickets will go for Shs40,000 and revelers will have to fork out a modest shs60,000 at the gate (Ordinary).
VIP tickets will go for Shs80,000 Early Bird and shs120,000 at the Gate and a VVIP Table of 8 will be at 3 million shillings.
Let the party begin.
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