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Music and Fashion at Lemon and Lime this weekend

If you are all about having a good time this weekend, head to Trinity for Doctatainment’s Lemon and Lime.

Doctatainment’s Lemon and Lime is hosting yet another edition of the music, fashion, and culture this Saturday at Trinity Lounge in Windhoek. The monthly show features stalls from various young Namibian entrepreneurs who will showcase products from clothing and accessories to shoes. DJs on the line-up include Stiga, Sandile and Loudima. Dreamer and performances from Rush, Broadway Entertainment and Chris Morgan. Loudima.Dreamer, a hip-hop DJ, and producer, said music enthusiasts can expect an energetic blend of hip-hop through the ages, from old school to trap bangers. “I’m all about creating a good vibe,” he stated.

Doctatainment’s public relations officer, Rukee Kaakunga, spoke of the show’s progression in attendance since its inception. “Lemon and Lime’ has grown at an impressive rate in such a short period since it was introduced. But that should come as no surprise given the quality of events that Doctatainment has come to be known for. From our very popular Matinees to our award-winning Windhoek Spring Fiesta, no one can throw a better party than us,” she says.


Explaining the event’s concept, Doctatainment’s Ernst van Zyl said:

“We came up with the event to merge our love for hip-hop, fashion, and culture into one event. We intentionally came up with this specific name as a way of getting people curious.”

This curiosity has indeed been building up as more people are becoming part of this one-of-a-kind event that takes place monthly. Tickets are available at the gate. For any information regarding the event, contact doctatainment@gmail.com.


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