Island Pub wears new face for maximum entertainment

The new year promises to be full of entertainment for fun enthusiasts in Lilongwe ad the newly opened drinking joint, Island Pub has worn a new face for 2017.


The new joint, situated about 20 meters from the tarmac along the 51 road and close to the Area 49 Police Road Block,  stands to add more pomp to the already entertainment-popped township as the area has seen more modern entertainment arenas in recent times.

For imbibers and other fun seekers who were already in the game the previous five years, Island Pub may sound familiar as it used to be one of the main hot spots at Kamuzu Road in Salima before the owners sold it to Culture Club management.

Speaking in an interview in Lilongwe, co-owner Kondwani Mdoko explained the five-year hibernation period has made them bounce back with a bang.

Mdoko explained, “We were organizing ourselves to give out to our customers more than out time in Salima.

“This time, we are shaking Lilongwe. This will probably be the best place to be in terms of entertainment this year. We have gone for a classic touch of art, good and a wide selection of beverages for our customers. Actually, we challenged ourselves to conquer the soul of the capital’s fun clubs and relocating it to ‘49.”

The new joint, according to Mdoko, promises more fun as they have acquired best music equipment and have roped in renowned DJs in Kennedy Mkombezi, alias DJ Warrior, DJ Bum Bizzy and DJ Wayne who he said are slated to keep patrons on the dancing floor “throughout the opening night

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7 years ago

DJ Mkombezi is stupid ndiwamwano and wakuba he stolen our money in Salima during a certain show ku Livingstonia and Equipment imene ama user eni anamuland left us with fuck all. This guy sucks. Will only be there when am told that mwamuchotsa.

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