Ugandan Musicians B2C Postpone Maiden Concert

Musicians B2C have finally come of age and are set to finally hold their maiden concert. However, their plans have hit a hurdle.

The “Tokigeza” hitmakers, who had earlier on planned to hold their concert on August 31st, have been dealt a slight blow and forced to postpone the concert. This after their concert date clashed with Swangz Avenue 10th anniversary celebrations.

“We have built a reputation as peaceful musicians,” the singers explained. “So when we found our concert colliding with Swangz Avenue anniversary celebration, we sat down with them and reached an amicable resolution to postpone our concert.”

Despite the setback, the singers remain upbeat about their upcoming concert and have promised to give fans a concert to remember.

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“Our fans have been begging us for a concert for a long time, and we are finally ready to give in to their demand,” B2C said. “We have enough music to perform for more than three straight hours on stage, so our fans will not be disappointed.”

They boast of one music album titled “Born to Conquer” and several hit singles which include “Nyongera”, “Tokigeza”, “Njabala”, “Gutamiza”, and “Wanyonona” among others.

Their maiden concert will be held on Friday, September 7 at Freedom City. Tickets will cost 20K(ordinary), 300K(VIP) and 1 million (tables).


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