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Kisasi Kimu video premier
@ Guvnor
Highly anticipated to be the best video from Sasha Vybz ever, Kisasi Kimu by Sheebah will be premiered at Club Guvnor tonight and party starts at 9pm and it will be a red carpet affair and Sheebah will perform some of her latest tracks as well. Entrance is only 30k.
Worship Harvest Jazzville Location Launch
On Sunday, Jazzville presents the Worship harvest, a day for fun and freedom with incredible music and a word of encouragement to take you through the week, month, and year. Everybody is invited and entrance is free from 10am.

Lilian and the
sundowners @ Zone 7
Lilian and her band the sundowners will perform live at Zone 7 starting tonight and every Friday for 10k, which is redeemable at the bar. She will perform both original compositions and covers on live instruments.

Silent Disco @ Sky Lounge
Tonight, Sky Lounge presents the Kellagram party/silent disco at the rooftop where fashion, arts, music, entertainment and silent disco will be the order of the night. Entrance is 30k and party starts at 8pm. Dress code is black.

Just kicking sports

Bar re-opening
Fans of the renowned sports bar cried when it was lost to developers about a year ago. But the bar is resurrecting tonight with a party which will be graced by DJ Naselow and Andrew Redd Kirungi from Malaysia. The bar is right opposite Asiatic Sports, on Bukoto Street.

Eid festival @ Hunza Darbar
For 75k, you get a buffet dinner and a soft drink tomorrow evening at the Hunza Darbar, plot 8 windsor Kololo. You will also get to watch belly dancers, taste delicious food and live music. Also get a chance to win a 32-inch LED TV set.

Ekyepukulu @ Namboole Stadium
This is the second historical fun festival Uganda will witness at Namboole Stadium this Sunday. The event will feature Uganda’s best musicians, comedians and VJs. Before the event kicks off, early birds will get a chance to fly in a helicopter around the stadium and all this at a fee of just 5k.

Blankets and Wine @ Uganda Museum
South African music band Micasa will be performing this Sunday at the 13th edition of Blankets and Wine at the Uganda Museum. Before the band, other Ugandan artistes Jackie Akello, Davis Ntare, Mo Roots and Kirya Kuti will perform from noon till late. Tickets go for Shs100k.

Hotel and Restaurant Annual Expo @ Hotel Africana
The 4th Uganda Hotels and Restaurants Expo is back at Hotel Africana and it will take place for three days. The expo brings together players in Uganda’s hospitality industry to showcase their products, as well as an opportunity for customers to connect with the various product brands. Entrance is 10k. Come taste food from different hotels, cafes and restaurants from Tuesday to Friday next week.

HIT Awards @Kampala Serena Hotel
Kampala Serena Victoria Hall is the place to be this evening for the Heaven Inspired Triumph Awards (HIT), an event aimed at awarding those who have excelled in their areas of faith and values. Gold tickets are 50k while platinum cost 100k. Dress code is black and gold. There will also be a special performance by Sauti Ya Afrika.

The Monitor Thought leaders forum @ Serena
This edition of the Daily Monitor Thought Leaders Forum will be graced by digital strategist, Daniel Sieberg from Google New York. Come and learn what you can do as a business to grow your profits and clientele as well as build your reputation with the digital platforms. Event will happen next Tuesday from 7am and entry fee is Shs350,000 and Shs3.5m for a table of 10.

Art Party @ Binayomba Road, Bugolobi
The Art party is about respecting the artiste and performer on stage. It’s an event to share hugs, respect, creativity, community and above all, a celebration of each other and it is taking place tomorrow at Binayomba Road, Bugolobi starting at 5.30pm. Entrance is 10k and children enter free. Come enjoy performances by Sitenda, Jessie Ray, Pragmo, Eric Sama, Faisal Mostrixx, Xenson and others.

Face 2 Face beach party @ Resort beach Entebbe
Come Sunday, the face to face party will be at Resort Beach Entebbe where there will be lots of fun, bites and drinks as well as performances from surprise acts. Games will include beach soccer, volleyball, swimming and others. All this for 20k and party starts at 10am.


Century Cinemax, Acacia Mall
The Legend Of Tarzan (3D ): 10.45am*/1pm/3.15pm/5.30pm/7.45pm & 10pm, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (3D ): 10.45am*/3.15pm/7.45pm, Finding Dory (3D):10am*/12pm/2pm/4pm/6pm & 8pm, Independence Day Resurgence (3D) : 10pm, Central Intelligence (2D ): 1pm/5.30pm & 10pm, Sultan – (Hindi with English subtitles) (2D): 12.30pm /3.45pm /7pm & 10.15pm

* Means showing only on Weekends and Public Holidays

Ticket Prices:
Shs10,000 (2D & 3D) Monday
Shs15,000 (2D & 3D) Tuesday – Wednesday
Shs12,000 (2D & 3D) Thursday
Shs20,000 (2D & 3D) Friday – Sunday and applicable on public holidays. Shs8,000 re-usable polarised 3D Glass.

Cinema magic, Metroplex Mall, Naalya
Legend Of Tarzan (3D): 1:30pm, 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 7:30pm, 9:30pm, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2D): 10:30am, 2:30pm, 7:15pm, Independence Day (3D) : 4:30pm, 9:30pm, Central Intelligence : 5pm, Me Before You: 12:30am, 7:15pm, 9:15pm, Finding Dory (3D):10:30 AM, 11:30pm, 2pm, Angry Birds (3D): 12:15pm.

2D: Shs16,000 (with free soda)
3D:Shs18,000 (free soda)
Children: Shs12,000 (free soda and popcorn).
V.I.P: Shs27,000 (Plus VIP Combo)

numax cinema, entebbe
Finding Dory (3D): 12pm/2:10pm, Teenage Mutant (3D): 2pm/4.30pm, Central Intelligence (2D): 7pm/9pm, Independence Day (3D): 12pm/9pm, Legend Of Tarzan (3D): 4:30pm/7pm.

Monday (2D&3D), Shs10,000, Tuesday-Thursday (2D,3D), Shs15,000 for adults, Shs10000 for children, Friday-Sunday and public holidays (2D,3D),Shs18,000 for adults, Shs10,000 children. 3D Glasses: Shs8,000 each. VIP: Shs30,000 With free drink and snack.

What’s your secret @ National theatre
Don’t miss What’s Your Secret at National Theatre tonight starting at 7pm to 9pm for just 20k. This is an intriguing play about a young woman’s present, past and future. How society, culture and personal fears affect her reaction and actions.
Think like a man@ Theatre Labonita
Former Big Brother Uganda representative Ella will be leading a host of other celebrities Benezeri, Nabwiso and others in a stage musical play premiering at Theatre Labonita tonight. Entrance is 30k.


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