A boogie night to remember at '70s, '80s party

MaGaborone thronged the Gaborone International Conference Centre (GICC) to dance the night out to all their '70s and '80s favourite hits PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
MaGaborone thronged the Gaborone International Conference Centre (GICC) to dance the night out to all their '70s and '80s favourite hits PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Music wise, there is no doubt that the '70s and '80s were iconic decades and this past Friday The Grand Palm Resort hosted the Annual '70s and '80s Disco party only to take patrons back to the golden era of the music.

MaGaborone, as some of the upper class citizens of Gaborone are called, thronged the Gaborone International Conference Centre (GICC) to dance the night out to all their '70s and '80s favourite hits. It is never a dull moment to listen to some of the best music from these decades and it was indeed an evening of top music in an era when electronic dance music has hit the airwaves.

These days its Insta moments, TikTok videos but the revellers forgot about that for an instant as the evening took them on a journey back to the days when the floppy disks and Pac Man were invented. It was not just the music but more to do with who was on the deck. The line-up already boasted of heavy weights such as Glen Lewis, Otis Fraser and Oneal Africa.

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