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The Uganda Waragi Mix Dance Party is Back again in 15th edition this Saturday

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Uganda Waragi’s biggest party will be happening again this Saturday at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel gardens. Dubbed the #UGMix Dance Party, we can reveal that this year’s edition will feature Uganda’s top performing artistes that include Bobi Wine, Chameleone, Bebe Cool, Juliana Kanyomozi, Irene Ntale, Winnie Nwagi, Nince Henry, King Saha and Sheeba Karungi among others.

Chameleone is always among the performers a the event

The event has now become a Kampala tradition, with thousands of fun-loving merry makers looking forward to it annually. This year’s UG Mix Dance Party will double as the event’s 15th anniversary celebration. Balaam Barugahare, renowned event organizer and city promoter, has promised that this year’s edition will be even bigger and better with unrivalled entertainment and a number of new surprises to add some flair to the party.

Slated for December 31, 2016, the #UGMix Dance Party will see off 2016 and is expected to usher in the New Year 2017 amidst a spectacular fireworks display.

With city dwellers returning to town from the Christmas holiday, thousands of revelers are expected to turn up for the biggest end of year party that has been sponsored by Uganda Waragi over the years and that gets wilder with every other edition.

Sheeba will also perform at the Uganda Waragi Mix Dance party

Tickets are selling at Ugx 10,000 for Ordinary and Ugx 50,000 for VIP. Uganda Waragi’s prestigious cocktail bar will be present at the event, and will be serving #SOUG and other innovative cocktails that were on offer during the recently concluded Kampala Cocktail Week.

Uganda Police Force has guaranteed security at the event. If you’re looking for big, you don’t want to miss out on this one!

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