Gospel singer Sam Lukas Lugolobyo aka Levixone will not be holding his annual Reggae Worship concert this year.
The singer called us earlier this week and told us that the concert that was slated for April 26, at Kati Kati Grounds had been postponed until further notice.
Although Levixone couldn’t give reasons why he had to postpone the show, sources around the gospel artiste told us that they realised it was going to be tough to organise the concert without the financial support they had anticipated.
When contacted, Levixone simply pointed out “general disorganisation” as the cause of the event’s cancellation. “It is not good to put up a disorgnised event. I didn’t want to rush the concert, we would miss out on key things and that would be unfair to my fans,” Levixone told us.
He said the concert will happen later this year, but he didn’t name a particular date. This year’s Reggae Worship Concert was to be used to raise funds to provide for the children of Kosovo, a slum in Lungujja where the singer was raised.
The concert whose theme was “The year of Limitless potential” was to feature artistes like Holy Keane Amooti, Julie Mutesasira, Cooper Ssali G-way, Crystal Fabulous, Daisy Ejang, Exodus and Wilson Bugembe.