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The first ever ‘Rwanda-Burundi night’ not worth missing


For every business to thrive innovation is one of the key factors necessary and we have seen many hang outs and clubs coming up with different theme night to attract numbers that would always keep coming back to that particular place.


It is for this reason that Cayenne Lounge has partnered with Flames events group to fly in not one but three big artistes from Rwanda and Burundi for the first ever ‘Rwanda-Burundi’ Night taking place this Friday evening.


In a press conference held earlier today at Cayenne, a list of artistes to headline the event promised a thrilling night and these include Big Fizzo from Rwanda, Charly, Nina and DJ Pius from Rwanda as well as Jody Phibi, a Rwandan artiste based in Ugandan. There will also be a special performance by Ugandan heavy weight Dr Jose Chameleon during.

Socialite Judith Heard and Rwandese comedian Arthur Nkuusi will be the hosts of the event which will also see a quite respectable band in Rwanda play for an hour what before the main acts start performing.

Come this Friday, all roads will lead to Cayenne Restaurant and Lounge where the event will be taking place and tickets prices will range from shs25,000 ordinary,  shs200, 000 VIP and  shs500,000 VVIP which will be a table of six and this also comes with a bottle of Jameson Whisky.

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