Grand Palm rekindle 70s, 80s disco tonight

70s 80s
70s 80s

Popular music event, The Grand Palm's 70s and 80s annual party returns to the GICC tonight. Disco fans are expected to boogie the night away to all their favourite 70s and 80s disco soul and feel good pop classics.

Glen Lewis, Otis Fraser, Oneal Africa, Positive K, Strongtivity, HK, Dolphus, and MC Dolla Mac are among the performers scheduled for the event. Just like it happened last year, attendees are anticipated to get into the swing of things by dressing for the era as they watch or be a part of the parade for best dressed.

“Our patrons should join us for a night of dance and music transcending through some of the greatest decades in the history of dance floors everywhere! The Grand Palm Resort's Annual 70s and 80s Disco party is back. As always amazing prizes will be given out for the freshest moves and smoothest cuts. We expect to see big hair, tie-dye, platforms, leather, sideburns, denim, lots of denim and of course awesome punk rock and heavy metal t-shirts,” the organizers said in a press statement.

Organisers also say the patrons will be given a setting where they could relive those times and dance as great as they did at that age if not better. In the previous year, Peermont Botswana went all out to make sure that their patrons have the best night ever. Everything about that evening was special, from the GICC venue setup to the line-up of DJs who kept everyone happy and made the evening fly by. It was a dance hall full of happy smiling faces and some of the fans described it as “a night to remember!”

Now that the 70s and 80s disco party is back, the organisers have to live up to those expectations and bring back that magnificent evening of pure joy and escapism. Standard tickets are sold at P350 while VIP costs P500 and it includes a tasty snack and welcome drink.

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