Excitement builds ahead of Guinness Bright House event at Garden City

Preparations for the Guinness Bright House are in full swing. If last night’s soirée at NRG Radio is any indication, the fear of missing out (FOMO) is palpable.

Preparations for the Guinness Bright House are in full swing

Guinness teamed up with NRG Radio for a Bright House rave, giving creatives a sneak peek of the upcoming Guinness Bright House Fashion, Music, and Art Edition slated for June 29.

At the rave, NRG's Nzou Media Hub was designed to mimic the iconic Guinness Bright House, featuring a chic fashion pop-up by Denim Cartel, an art installation, a studio booth, and a makeup station by Bella Zuri. These are part of the attractions that will be showcased at the Guinness Bright House on 29 June.

At the event, Roy Ronald Tumwizere, Guinness Brand Manager, encouraged creatives to prepare for an unparalleled creative experience on the day.

"Tonight, we wanted creatives and enthusiasts to get a taste of what's in store at the Bright House. This event will be a creative haven for those looking to dive into the industry, those already on their journey, and those eager to learn more about the arts and creative space. 29 June is for you," said Tumwizere.

The edition will feature headliners such as Axon, the musical genius and producer; Kashushu, the digital artist; and Denim Cartel for fashion. The event will also showcase performances by singer Azawi, Kohen Jayce, Bantu Vibes, and many more.

"There will be numerous creative outlets to look forward to. The Guinness Bright House is about collaboration and shining a light on creatives who are making waves. So, join us at the Bright House on 29 June—you never know who you might meet or what might spark your creative juices," added Tumwizere.

This invite-only event will take place at the Garden City Rooftop on Saturday, June 29.

Creatives can secure their tickets by checking out Guinness Uganda's social media pages and participating to secure their place at Bright House.

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