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What you need to know to get into the Guinness Bright House this Saturday 


The much-anticipated Guinness Bright House Music, Art, and Fashion edition is on this weekend. If you’re a creative looking for an event that offers not just good vibes but also a vibrant exchange of ideas, the Bright House is the place to be

Headlining the event is renowned producer Axon, known for his hit tracks like Joshua Baraka’s “Nana” and “Dalilah.”

He will be leading a music master class. Fashion genius Troy Elimu, also known as Denim Cartel, will conduct a fashion master class, while Natasha Karungi, aka Kashushu, will host a digital art master class.

The event will also feature performances by DJ Ssese, DJ Kai, DJ Melvyn, Denesi, Kohen Jaycee, and the phenomenal Azawi. Guests can look forward to a fashion show and exhibition, face painting, tattoos, live art mural painting, and more.

“I’m very excited about Saturday,” said Roy Ronald Tumwizere, the Guinness Brand Manager. “For creatives who are still deciding, trust me, the Bright House is where you want to be. We have a phenomenal lineup of creative minds that you’ll want to meet and interact with, and we have a lot of fun activities planned for you and your friends. Make it a point to be there and come have some fun.”

Also Read: PHOTOS: Azawi headlines the Guinness Bright House 2024

The event is invite-only. However, creatives who want to attend can get tickets by engaging with the content on the Guinness_Ug social media pages.

You can also follow and request ticket invites from the masters (Axon@ heyoaxon, Kashushu @kkashushu_and Denim Cartel @troy_elimu) for a chance to be at the Bright House.

There’s also an early bird offer: the first 100 people to arrive at the Bright House at Garden City rooftop will receive tickets. Just buy a Guinness to gain access.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to connect with fellow creatives and enjoy a day filled with music, art, and fashion. The Event kicks off at midday.


Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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