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Christians to hold a festival

We have seen a lot of festivals but the Christian fraternity has been left out. However, on Monday 9, 2022 afternoon it was announced that the first-ever Christian festival will be happening on the 5th of June 2022 at the Uganda museum.

Dubbed the Soul Fest event, the first edition is meant to help attendees explore more about Christ and what a relationship with Jesus would look like through music, worship, teachings, and ministry.

It’s going to be a family event and will not only be about Christians but for everyone who will be attending.

According to Boniface Edidu, the Soul Fest proprietor, this festival is aimed at bridging the gap between Christians and non-Christians.

“We want to connect and bridge the gap between the Christians and non-Christians in a concert that will see all people connect regardless of their religions as the music connects them. This is a festival for everyone. Whether Muslims, Catholics, and Protestants among others. We are not discriminating,” said Boniface Edidu.

The Soul Fest will feature performances from Ruyonga, John Marie, Price Love, and Holy Keane among other artistes while Djs Victor and Nimso, and others will be lifting people’s spirits through mixes. There will be a live gospel music band and bouncy castles for the little ones as well and the entry fee is only 30k.

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