Singers Chance Nulubega and Legendary Reggae artist Maddox Ssematimba have on Sartuday 4 dominated the 3rd edition of Tugende Mu Kikadde show.
The annual event which usually happens at Serena hotel, saw revelers dancing and singing along to Chance Nalubega and Maddox’s tunes which kept them entertained all night long.
Just like the other episodes,this 3rd edition had revelers parting with Shs100k for VIP,300K and 3M for a table.
Tugende Mu Kikadde has joined some of the few successful events held at Serena. Chimp Reports understands that the show banged some reasonable amount of money.
There were over 45 tables and about 1,400 revelers who had subscribed for VIP and VVIP tickets,which is a clear indication of how successful the event was.
As if it was a free entry event, the partiers were seen struggling to access the Serena based Victoria hall,where they were later instructed to line up so as to enter.
After performances from Willy Mukubya,Angella Kalule and Betty Mpologoma,there came the main acts of the night,Chance Nalubega and Maddox Ssematimba.
Chance Nalubega upon stepping on stage was received in a special way as everyone cheered her.She took revelers on cloud 9 when she performed her hit songs Enugu,Omukwano,Abateesi,Nakukyawa and Guma Omwoyo among others.
At about 11:40 Pm,the man that everyone waited for,Maddox,showed up with his rare dance strokes,engaging the already excited revelers to join him in the dance as they sung all his songs word to word.
Maddox put up an exciting performance like never before,as he sung his hit songs Easy,Namagende,Irene,leka nkulage and Kampala among others that got fans on their feet dancing and singing along with the legendary reggae star.
With Nile special as the major sponsor,revelers were chugged in NBL products that kept them enriched all night long.
According to the statistics,this year’s edition,received a lot more audience as compared to the past shows.
Some of the key personalities who attended included Celebrities singer Jose Chameleon,Eddy Kenzo,Lydia Jasmine,designer Brian Ahumuza and city top business men among others.
Judging from the fans’ look and reaction,they wanted more of Maddox’s performances when the band finally dissolved.