The fans don’t appear worried by the open adjacent bar, as they enjoy their soft drinks and groove to the beats; which is perhaps why the advertising posters always indicate ‘strictly over 21’.
The boogying takes place every last Friday of the month and also has various themes on different months, with an entrance fee of Sh350.
CrossConnekt at Timers Restaurant by System Unit
It takes place at the usual Sunday jam session hours.
“We started this gig because we thought there are many young people around and instead of letting them end up in Florida 2000 or other secular jam sessions, it’s better to give them the same concept of an event, just in a gospel setting,” explained DJ Mo.
A talented young chick, DJ Tabbz, of System Unit warms up the crowd before the main man, DJ Mo, takes on the decks and seats are left bare as Alemba emcees.
Unlike the secular jam, there is no boy-girl grinding while dancing, rather grooving in crowds and trying to out do each other with the moves.
However, the latest dance styles that are being concurrently pulled at F2 are on full swing here.
Club 3:16 by DJ Sadic
This one is more performance-oriented and has a pastor ministering the night event as well as board games, pool table and PlayStation to wind down the night.
Mwapi by Astar
Mwapi ( Music with a positive influence) by Astar has been held at the Lutheran Plaza every first Saturday night of the month for a year and only hosts 60 people.