Double Black to give consumers a taste of Roast and Rhyme

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Double Black  to give consumers a taste of Roast and Rhyme
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Counting down to the first edition of Roast and Rhyme this year, Bell Lager is throwing a pre-roast and rhyme experience for its consumers this Thursday, February 29 , 2024 at Tales bar and Lounge Bukoto featuring Double Black .

The bell Roast and rhyme night will give party goers and bell consumers a feel of the reggae ragga nyam nyam edition, set to take place on March, 3, 2024  featuring a live band performance by the double black band, that will also perform at the event on Sunday.

The quarterly picnic-themed experience is synonymous with great live music experiences and a variety of Nyama Choma which is what Bell  Lager, together with Swangz Avenue is bringing closer to you at the band night.

Speaking to the experience, Grace Amme, Bell Lager Brand Manager UBL said,” as the official enjoyments beer, Bell Lager is setting the pace for its consumers and all party people on how to have enjoyments the Bell Lager way, any day”.

The band night will not only give revelers a live music experience to remember, but also offer event tickets sales, discounted Bell na Nyama combos and more to gear up for the main event at Jahazi Pier Munyonyo.

Performing for the first time at Roast and Rhyme, Cindy Sanyu will headline the performances alongside legendary Kwta Kwata star, King Micheal, Vyper ranking, Abeeka band, and Double Black Band.

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