Club 327 promises to keep prices affordable for New Year’s Eve as DJ Topspin arrives in Dar


It has been a long time since there has been this much anticipation surrounding the arrival of a DJ in Dar es Salaam but Bongo has become a favorite for the American DJ, Topspin, and last night he put his fans at ease announcing his official arrival in country. Last night after touching down at JNIA, the American, DJ Topspin was taken right away to Club 327 where he was officially welcomed by club owner, Mr. Lawrence Kadri, inside the Hennessy VIP Suite.

Since Club 327’s announcement of DJ Topspin to be the headliner for the day, there has been great anticipation among music lovers in Bongo, as the American DJ is already a favorite in Dar es Salaam since he came over a year ago to celebrate the two-year anniversary of Groove Theory, a once month soulful house music event. He was also a co-host of the every popular radio show, The Countdown, on Choice FM for two years.

Speaking after arriving, DJ Topspin said he is very excited to be here, as Tanzania is a destination that ranks high on his list of global party spots as he even passed on a New year’s Eve party in the Central American country of Panama this year to return to Dar es Salaam.

On his side, Club 327 owner, Lawrence Kadri welcomed Tanzanians music lovers to come at Club 327 and celebrate the night on the dance floor.

“At Club 327 we are firm believers in originality in the market. That is why we have positioned Club 327 as the place to be for anyone who loves music” said Kadri who also added “Club 327 will not raise our prices on New Year’s Eve, we will remain true to our motto of affordable clubbing, so music fans can be assured that at Club 327 they can bring in the New Year without breaking the bank”. It is common practice for clubs to raise admission as high as 500% on New Year’s Eve in Dar es Salaam. However, Club 327 will not be one of them.

New Year’s Eve festivities kick off at 9pm on the 31st and DJ Topspin is expected to start spinning a little before midnight and continue deep into the morning.

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