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Afrochique Mirror Ball Returns To SOHO!
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April is almost over and I am sure you are also looking forward to the formal arrival of the annual rains to bring some sanity and balance to the blazing heat. 

By 7 am “if you don’t look sharp” as they say in local parlance you will look like you just came from Boti Falls soaking and drenched even before you make it into the cool ambience of your corporate or business setting to even pretend to be productive. 

Well you surely don’t have to pretend that you are tired of the grind and looking forward to unwinding with a nice drink and great company because the Mirror Ball comes to the rescue of all those old school music fans who require a monthly dose of hit tracks delivered piping hot just as they were heard twenty, thirty and forty years ago. 

The Mirror Ball with its impressive gathering of fine nostalgia seekers is a truly iconic experience for what it has been able to offer and achieve over the years and this Friday will be no exception. 

Regardless of where you were in the world when these tracks made history, the music of the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s has an ability to unite souls with an unrelenting focus on the dancefloor as the center of the cosmos. 

DJ Blow the Authority will regulate affairs until the early dawn and the traditional Mumm champagne welcome will be enjoyed by early birds.

Life is truly what you make of it and some people really write their names in history following this principle.  Unexpectedly the world has just lost an icon in the musical genius formerly known as Prince. 

The “Purple Rain” maestro who achieved deity like status while crisscrossing the red carpets of the biggest venues on this planet has returned to his village shocking millions of his fans around the world. 

Music would not be the same but for the influence of a few gifted individuals in each generation whose unique style, character and influence have a profound impact on the industry globally.   

Whether you are confused about what to call him or not one thing remains undeniably true and that is Prince belongs to the royalty of his musical generation.  His creations have stained our hearts and minds with the indelible ink of his acoustic supremacy and you can be sure to enjoy the salute that none other than Ghana’s Mirror Ballers can grant him this Friday.  

The stylish Afrochique theme returns this Friday with Africa’s finest fabrics, motifs, patterns and prints and admission is still fifty Cedis.  The Mirror Ball is brought to you by Tag Team and SOHO restaurant.

It is sponsored by Mumm Champagne and supported by Starr 103.5fm.
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