Vint Liquors located in Najjera has gradually earned itself a mark in Kampala nightlife business after last Saturday’s event.
Vint, better known as Vintage Bar was celebrating 2 years of existence in what could have been seen as “giving back to clients.”
The non-action packed entertainment session kicked off with VIPI Band thrilling the crowd that enjoyed every moment of super talented performers.
Meanwhile, partiers were ordering liquor in bottles, as food was served in plenty to regulate the alcohol since the night had just started.
VIPI band left stage past midnight, and followed a line-up of Kampala’s top Deejays who played melodic tunes to keep the mammoth crowd- corporately seated on their reserved tables.
Fem Deejay, Kampala favourite, took to the stage later triggering ecstasy and preparing the revelers to hit the dance floor.
A few minutes, the guest artiste Lydia Jazmine made a grand entrance, dressed to kill.
The big boys who had booked into the VVIP were seen drooling like tired dogs as Jazmine did what she knows best on stage.
She worsened the situation when she raided the VVIP section, the Najjera big boys ‘started pocketing’ as she wiggled before them.
They had no option but to feed their eyes.
A thrilling performance of almost an hour, these men had clearly not gotten enough of Jazmine. They kept begging as she left the stage.
On the same occasion, Fimbo Photography which management had hired to provide 360 coverage signed a permanent partnership with the Vintage bar.
The details of the partnership will be unveiled later.
Fimbo was represented by its CEO Joshua Agaba striking a deal with Vintage bar owner Haggai Byarimpa.