London Locked Down By ‘Ekintabuli Kyo Muziki 21’ Concert

London Locked Down By ‘Ekintabuli Kyo Muziki 21’ Concert

By Ivan Mwine

On Saturday London was literally locked down by partiers  who thronged the Royal Regency Hotel for the Ekintabuli Kyo Muziki 2021′ concert.

Pallaso doing his thing on stage

The massive gig which was headlined by celebrated musicians  Winnie Nakanwagi aka Nwagi, David Lutalo, Pius Mayanja aka Pallaso and John Kasadha aka John Blaq sold out completely and the venue was filled to capacity.
Winnie Nwagi with John Blaq, Mosh Alim and another artiste in London

Nwagi drove the revellers crazy after she staged an energetic performance as she thrilled them with her electrifying dance strokes.

Winnie Nwagi in London shortly before the show

When Pallaso stormed the stage, hundreds of the babes who were in the audience went wild as they struggled to touch him and feel his body.

Bouncers had to literally come in and rescue Pallaso from the exhilarated babes who almost tore him into pieces with caresses.

Some of the partiers who thronged the concert

The partiers  also enjoyed thrilling performances from Lutalo and John Blaq and by the time the concert ended towards Sunday morning all  the revellers had gotten their money’s worth.

The Ekintabuli Kyo Muziki, which was sponsored by WorldRemit, Alim Entertainment UK, Steady Care UM and Jobs Link UK, was arguably the biggest concert of 2021 and featured performances from Ugandan artistes based in London.

Revellers stormed the concert in big numbers

Nwagi, Pallaso, Lutalo and John Blaq traveled to London after they had staged another concert in Istanbul, Turkey, dubbed ‘Independence Day Bash’ which was also attended in big numbers.

Pallaso with Mosh Alim of Alim Entertainment UK










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