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Irene Ntale to be unplugged this Saturday


Songbird Irene Ntale last had a mega performance last year during her show at Serena Hotel where she was so impressive. From then, she has been so quiet on the scene which forced people to think that maybe she had switched careers or given up on music totally.

That is not the case because the former Swangz Avenue artiste has been busy cooking new stuff for her fans and to prove that she’s still part of the game, she will be unplugged this Saturday at Design Hub during the Johnnie Walker unplugged show.

She will be singing at the events soul edition that is slated to have shows throughout the month of March.

The guitarist will be performing some of her most popular smash hits like ‘stamina Daddy’, Nkubukinze, Gwe Aliko, Olindaba, Nkubukinze and Otubatisa among others.

The show will kick off as early as 7 pm with early bird tickets to the show going for 30k and 50k at the door, 100k VIP and a table going for as low as 400k.

Organised by Fezah Entertainment the show is an intimate and up-close experience of great Ugandan singers performing in a studio.

Irene Ntale is a singer, songwriter whose solo music career has seen the songstress develop a unique sound of RnB, Reggae and Acoustic Soul. She creates content that resonates with the young, middle-aged and older music fans.

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