It was a Sunday afternoon and scores of youths and families were entering New Club Obbligato on Bombo road.
Now, it might be surprising that Christian youth were converging at a venue that had Catherine Kusasira's secular Love Tender launch, the previous night. But they were here for the Gospel Unplugged show, featuring Robin San and Muro Ronald.
"We need gospel music as an alternative to this new-age entertainment characterised by vulgar language and indecent exposure," explained Prince Nick, the man behind the show.
And at the show, it was indeed about God. Robin San, who goes to Kamwokya Church of God, played a fusion of reggae and dancehall rhythms, while Muro Ronald from World Restoration Centre-Lungujja, wowed the audience with English and Luganda rap. The very energetic Robin San performed Love and African Rain, attracting thunderous applause from the audience.
He beseeched God to make the Holy Spirit rain down like the African rain. The duo was backed by the Maraka band, which produced good music. Sulphuric Deejays' DJ Awar, Leviticus, and Mac Elvis also performed.
For those who turned up, it was a fun-filled Sunday evening spent in God's presence.