12 October 2017

Uganda: Afrigo Band to Grace Uganda Festival in Washington DC

While the recently concluded Uganda Festival in Las Vegas is still fresh in all minds of revelers and guests from Diaspora, thanks to electrifying performances from a host of musicians, another festival is already in the offing just months away.

The previous festival featured a series of artistes from Nigerian singing duo Psquare, Ugandan song bird Juliana Kanyomozi, to a cocktail of Sheebah Karungi, King Saha, Naava Grey and Ang3lina.

However, another festival is already in offing, again organized by the UNAA Causes, this time in USA's capital- Washington DC, from August 31 to September 3 2018.

As has been the highlight of all conventions organized by the UNAA Causes, entertainment and fun have been in plenty, characterized by partying and nonstop performances from not less than 6 major artistes.

A number of artistes including Uganda's oldest band, Afrigo, have already been set aside as well as an exclusive dinner with live music on a boat cruise for a whole 6hours.

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