AS THE year plunge to an end, various event organisers have made it a trend to organise series of parties. Kampala being a city of high class partiers, people have continuously given positive feedback to the organizers without doubt making December a month of parties.


This was evidenced last Sunday night at the annual Purple party hosted by NTV’s Douglas Lwanga. This year it was even more exciting with a blend of family day out, people stormed the highly anticipated event as early as 11am, by 5pm a big number had already turned up at the Museum gardens venue that was slated to happen. The stage was well set, the sound was clear and soothing, security was very tight which gave people more vibe to open their wallets and dance comfortably to their favorite tunes.


Purple being the theme of the event, most revellers were smartly dressed in purple outfits although some didn’t show up in purple but they endeavored to keep trendy. As earlier announced children were too allowed to come through with a well defined playing space and clearly facilitated to keep them busy from disrupting their parents who were busy wiggling and sipping all kinds of beer.

Purple party being an event with the biggest line up of performers in Uganda, at around 3pm performances had already started. Different DJs and MCs took stage to show case their skills which saw revellers whine and dub to almost every big song that was played. Other performers ranging from comedians, dancers, to artistes, were given enough time to rave up the crowd, this kept the people on their feet up to midnight that saw the event closed by a stunning performance from Bebe Cool later Joined by Chameleone and lastly the event was closed by an energetic

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performance from self proclaimed Ghetto President, Bobi Wine.



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