On Friday the 22nd its The Purple Party celebrating Kizomba Addictions 5th Year in spectacular fashion! So come and join us & celebrate this momentous occasion with your Kizomba Addiction family in your best purple outfits.There will be 4 of the leading DJ's of the country DJ's Miro Kikola, DJ Bangolano, DJ G-Sousa, DJ Mineiro on the decks to take you through a Kizomba journey during the night in Fire Nightclub, the venue is a 500 capacity nightclub making it the biggest Kizomba dance party…See More
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