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Be My Guide to Your East African City #13: Where’s the Best Place to Hear Music?

From my last few posts, you might have begun to think that ChickAboutTown is now a music blog–don’t worry, it isn’t. If you don’t know the origin of my “Be my Guide to Your East African City” series, then I welcome you to read the very first post of this series (…and tell me your favorite restaurant in your East African city while you are at it! 😉 ). Hopefully, you’ll then realize that I’ve not suddenly become music obsessed; rather, blame the people at RunwayPassport–they’re the reason for all the music-related questions! 🙂

In my last two posts, you told me who you consider the best artists and the best bands in your city. Now tell me, where in your city should I go to listen to all this great music?

Question #13: In your East African town/city, where is the best place to hear music?

This question is a little hard for me to answer for Dar es Salaam (where I live), and I’ll tell you why in the first comment to this post. Hopefully, you’ll have an easier time than I did with this question and will be able to easily give me your answer in a comment below using the following format:

City/Town, Country:
Best Place to Hear Music:
Why do you like this place?

As always, I look forward to hearing what you have to say.

Until the next time,

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2 thoughts on “Be My Guide to Your East African City #13: Where’s the Best Place to Hear Music?”

This is not going to be as hard as I thought after all…

City/Town, Country: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Best Place to Hear Music: Mzalendo Pub

Address/Location: 1st floor, Millennium Towers, (New) Bagamoyo Road (Kijitonyama)
Website(s): N/A
Why do you like this place? Various great bands and DJs play there during the week. It’s outdoor, so it’s nice and cool. It has a lot of seating and dancing space. It’s well priced; the music is always good; and the crowd is alright too.

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