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Sunday Ultimate Chill switches venues

Sunday Ultimate Chill willno longer be held at Top High Events Gardens PIC: LOCAL CORNER- FACEBOOK
Popular Gabane monthly affair, Sunday Ultimate Chill has announced change of venue after hosting a series of successful events at Top High Events Gardens in the village.

In a press release, the event organisers outlined that one of the major reasons for changing the venue was because it could not accommodate everyone.

“The garden lawn, the toilets, traffic and other amenities have reached their capacity,” the statement reads.  The organisers revealed that they have rather moved the event to a new spot a few metres from the old venue. “Our new home is bigger, better and definitely more welcoming.

We could not be happier and proud of the fact that we are all moving together to a new venue and starting a bigger and better chapter together. 

We continually grow in leaps and bounds and we are forever grateful,” further stated the organisers. 

Sunday Ultimate Chill owners were, however, quick to acknowledge that even though they

have parted ways with Top High Gardens, the latter has been their home for many events.  “It has been a happy place for many and a source of our achievements.  For that we are eternally grateful to them for giving a young woman a chance to make her dream of building a remarkable brand and great event.” Sunday Ultimate Chill is picnic-like chill session held every first Sunday of the month.  The event has managed to provide an alternative chill spot for people of Gabane and near areas such as Mogoditshane, Kumakwane and Gaborone.  The event’s revellers would usually unwind in a more relaxed environment during the afternoon and later, in the evening, get their groove on with a fully-fledged music festival.




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