The Moog Sports Bar in Nottingham will Saturday July 6th and Sunday July 7th play host to an explosive Malawi’s 49th Independence Celebrations party themed ‘Boog at the Moog’ for the Warm heart of Africa.
According to Moog Sports Bar management, exciting times awaits Malawians and other nationalities who will patronise the joint at the action-packed weekend which promises an avalanche of entertainment galore.
In an interview with Nyasa Times Moog Sports Bar Managing Partner Blessings Mwale said the newly opened Bar, which is situated off Afreton road on Newdigate Street have (NG7 4FD) and sits just less than a mile from Nottingham city Centre will host Malawians and other nationalities joining in celebrating Malawi’s Independence anniversary in with pomp and grandeur.
“We are proud to host the Malawian Independence Celebrations After-Party shindig at our newly opened pub. We promise that there will be lots of goodies in stock. The party starts this Saturday with an exciting line-up of fine Disco Jockeys (Djs) who includes DJ Funky P, Lady Chi DJ and Deej-Vybz and they will be mixing Malawi’s chart-topping tunes, Afro-beats, RnB, Rap and Hip-hop, Azonto, Zouk and Kizomba, Rhumba, Kwasakwasa, Bashment and Reggae music,” said Mwale.
Mwale further said that a range of selected beers and drinks will be sold at a reduced price on Saturday adding that renowned barbecue master-chef Richard Makeke will on Saturday be doing a sumptuous Gochi-gochi barbecue all night long and on Sunday all afternoon.
“We encourage all Malawians to come in large numbers for the after-party shindig. There will be lots of exciting things going on. For those that will travel to Manchester for the official Independence and decide to return the same day we urge them to come and join us for the fun,” said Mwale adding that there will be tight security at the premises on the night.
Mwale disclosed that the Sunday afternoon party is geared to carter for family entertainment saying there will be a Kids’ disco to be hosted by DJ Funky P and that children will be given free drinks and barbecue.
“The idea for the family entertainment is to bond Malawian families together while at the same time giving the children of Malawian ancestry or background a feel of Malawian lifestyle. It will be so exciting and a lifetime experience. As Malawians, we must embrace ourselves a culture of love and thus we need to celebrate together as one people and show to the rest of the world that we are truly the warm-hearted people of the world,” sad Mwale.
Mwale said entry to the Boog at the Moog After-party Shindig is one hundred percent free but advised the patrons to dress to thrill adding that the theme colours are Black, Red and Green.
Makeke in a separate interview said he will provide the best services ever in as far as food and barbecue is concerned.
“Let them come and see Makeke on fire with a magnificent and mouth-watering and lip-licking food. Nobody does better than we do it here,” Makeke bragged.
Deej-Vybz in another interview promised music fireworks urging the levellers to put their best dancing shoes on saying it will ‘one hell of a dancing treat.’
“We promise fireworks. We will select and mix the best music treading in the business right now. Malawian club bangers will surely shake the roof-top. It’s gonna be dope,” said Deej-Vybz.
In another development, Kwacha house pub in Hyson Green will also host an independence themed Malawi night party on Saturday night according to owner Ken ‘Brown Sugar’ Mjojo.
“Kwacha house is hosting a party on Saturday for Malawians to celebrate their independence,” said Mjojo.
Malawi which is known as the Warm Heart of Africa attained self independence onJuly 6th 49 years ago from their colonial masters, the British and the country became a republic in 1966 on the same date.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :