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NTV Dance Party to turn up the taste at Independence party

NTV’s Dance party is set to turn the party a notch higher to commemorate Uganda’s 59th Independence Day.

The NTV Dance party has established itself as the official Saturday night “plot” in the country. When bars were closed in March last year and the parties could not be turned up like before, the Dance Party brought the party to every living room in and out of the country.

Saturday’s special edition of the Dance Party will be about celebrating Uganda’s musical heritage through the years. The usual hosts Lynda Dane, Crysto Panda and Esco MC will guide the proceedings alongside the wickedest scratches from Deejays, Ciza, Pito, Baby Love and Mark Rebel.

It will be a black-yellow-red affair and fans will be treated to lots of Smirnoff giveaways in the spirit of turning up the taste.

On the lineup are special guest appearances from some of Uganda’s finest entertainers who will perform alongside the night’s deejays to commemorate Uganda’s 59th birthday.

The NTV Dance party is a lockdown innovation that aims to bring the Saturday night party to the comfort of everyone’s living room.

On top of the DJ mixes and performances, there are always live bartenders showcasing different Smirnoff cocktails that people can make at home.  The show airs on NTV every Saturday night from 10pm until late under the stewardship of live television’s finest stewards.

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