Kampala premium party, Blankets and Wine Kampala is back come Sunday, September 30 at the Lugogo Cricket Oval.
The 20th edition of the picnic-style music festival will be headlined by the Distruction Boyz all the way from South Africa.
The duo were recently nominated for the category of Best International Act at this year’s BET Awards show in Los Angeles, California and have proven a big hit with their chart buster “Omunye”.
The Gqom music duo from Durban, South Africa consists of recording artists and record producers Thobani “Que” Mgobhozi and Zipho “Goldmax” Mthembu. Gqom is a genre of dance music, and it has no better ambassadors than the Distruction Boyz, whose debut album “Gqom Is the Future” has sold over 500,000 copies.
There acceptance to perform in Uganda will offer Afro-fusion music lovers in start to polish their dancing shoes for the do day as confirmed by the event organisers.
The duo will be performing live at the Cricket Oval alongside Ugandan artiste Ykee Benda and a host other local artistes yet to be named.
The Distruction Boyz’s venture into Uganda has been made possible by Tusker Malt, Blankets & Wine’s longtime partners, who have promised to once again raise the bar for Uganda’s music lovers by making the latest installment even more memorable than the previous shows.
“Bringing the Distruction Boyz to the country is a reflection of our desire to give Ugandans outstanding Blankets & Wine shows throughout the year. With the South African duo and the Ugandan acts such as Ykee Benda that are lined up, we are simply reminding Kampala’s fun-loving people that Tusker Malt is their best bet for a pleasurable and unforgettable experience,” said Grace Namutebi, UBL Brand Manager, Premium Beers.
The venue will be open for revelers to stroll in with their must-have picnic kits of wine, blankets or mats, muchomo and snacks from 1pm, accompanied by stylishly dressed friends and family for an incredible afternoon of music and fun.
Blankets and Wine has steadily gain popularity as a must-go-to event especially for Kampala’s affluent class seeking to unwind in an entertaining environment.