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1. SILENT DISCO.
Like the name, silent disco is an idea where revelers dance away to loud music without the slightest sound from the outside and inside environment. Sounds impossible, right?
People who want to shake what their mother gave them are given cordless headphones and attack the dance floor, while three Deejays play the music that is decoded by the headphones.
Are you a fan of live performances? Then Bayimba festival is tailor-made for you. The festival boasts of tens of the best live music performers from hip hop acts to traditional music. This festival cuts across all taste and walks of life.
AS GOOD AS FREE.
We all love free things. When we can’t get it, we ask for discounts! The festival is as good as free charging a paltry 1k at the entrance. What excuses do you have?
Ugandans love anything white, be it white ants! Whites will be a major part of the audience given their unique taste for music. Girls, don’t say I did not tell you. Boys, go make us proud! Hold onto them, chances of a visa are realistic.
IT IS A WEEKEND!
What is better on a weekend than spending quality time? Given the entry fee, you can carry along your family and friends for an ultimate experience without hurting your pockets.
Enough said! See you at Bayimba International Festival, great performances from Coco Finger, Myko Ouma, Bobi Wine, Racheal Magoola, Nellysade, Enygma, Bebe Cool and host of your finest artistes.
Gates open 8am at National Theater