Lovers Karaoke With Kath & Mo [Updated]

Kathleen Ndongmo and Mister Mobility teamed up to bring you Karaoke With A Tweep last christmas, and it was a blast. In case you missed the teaser video, view or download it here. Now, we bring you a special Valentine’s edition of our raving karaoke event. Come prepared to sing love songs only. Come with a friend. Come with a lover!

Valentines karaoke

Event Details

When:
Saturday, February 16 from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Where:
Upper Room (Quagus), 13 Alhaja Kofoworola crescent, Off Obafemi Awolowo Way, (Balogun bus-stop, by Lagoon Hospital), Ikeja, Lagos.

Host:
The Karaoke Sound, 08074965044

**Do come along with N3,000 only for food and drinks.

Register

Click here to register!

PS: Don’t forget to download our Karaoke With A Tweep teaser for a glimpse of the sort of fun that awaits you! (16MB MP4 video format).

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2 comments on “Lovers Karaoke With Kath & Mo [Updated]”

  1. Megan Yoo Reply

    There are various disputes about who first invented the name karaoke. One claim is that the karaoke styled machine was invented by Japanese musician Daisuke Inoue in Kobe, Japan, in 1971. After becoming popular in Japan, karaoke spread to East and Southeast Asia during the 1980s and subsequently to other parts of the world. Although the audio company Clarion was the first commercial producer of the machine they may have also invented the machine, but there is no existence of the patent.;,;”

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