No Half Time Party returns


Organisers of the once small-time chill session which turned into a popular major crowd-pulling event in Lobatse, No Half Time party will stage yet another event on January 22, 2022 at Lobatse Plantation.

The founding organiser of No Half Time Party, Juice Polelo said they have a loyal clientele which never misses their event. He also said they have never had any formal sponsorship therefore they are appealing to potential sponsors to come on board. Polelo appreciated artists who perform at their event even though they don’t really get much and sometimes perform for free. He said one day their brand will grow and people who have been with them from the beginning will reap the benefits of such growth.

He said the event also keeps a town like Lobatse alive. Furthermore,Polelo recalled that they started as friends who came together for a session. After getting a lot of appreciation they hosted the event every January until it grew into a commercial one. “We started off charging entrance fees of as low as P20.

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