It’s going to be big. Think about the biggest picnic style music event that ever touched down on Ugandan soil and then think bigger than that. Why? Because The young, energetic group of producers that make up South African band that was behind Mafikizolo’s most popular track ‘Khona’ have been lined up for a performance in Uganda on Easter Sunday. EagleOnline can exclusively reveal to all you who outdoor music with a South African flavor and a blend of the best Ugandan soul music make it a point to be at National Museum next weekend. And it’s all thanks to the organisers of the 12th edition of Blankets and Wine Kampala which will be bringing South African Band, Uhuru and an entire galaxy of Uganda’s biggest stars!
Slated for March 27, 2016, the Tusker Malt Lager sponsored event has a delectable that has Uhuru being the main act joined by Uganda’s best reggae artiste of all time Maddox Sematimba, Sitenda and Sandra Suubi.
Our very own Maddox is widely renowned for his classical reggae music that talks about love, unity, social justice, peace and everyday life, Maddox’s energetic performance will be a welcome addition to the revelers who will flock the Uganda Museum, B&W’s Kampala’s proverbial home.
Sitenda, a former contestant in the Tusker Project fame academy and Sandra Suubi to complete the star studded artiste line up.
Alex Tusingwire, the Tusker Malt Lager Brand Manager says that being the opening event of 2016, organizers wanted to unveil a unique blend of musical genres that will give revelers the ultimate Easter holiday for only UGX100, 000 and gates open at 12:00pm.
So grab your mats, picnic baskets and head to the Uganda Museum grounds to enjoy the sun and good music. Keep it locked for more information!