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Sheeba goes for Kampala Serena Hotel

Sheebah Karungi addresses journalists. Photo | Isaac Ssejombwe

From Juliana Kanyomozi, Rema Namakula, Irene Ntale, Irene Namubiru and now to Sheeba Karungi; Kampala Serena Hotel has become a new normal for Ugandan female artistes.

All the above-mentioned have had successful concerts at Serena Hotel and Sheeba Karungi believes she too can pull it off come December 9 this year.

Sheebah Karungi had previously preferred outdoor events but this time round, she decided to challenge herself to an indoor concert which will be going for Shs150,000 ordinary tickets, the same amount that Juliana charged.

Asked if she has not overpriced herself, Sheebah said her ardent fans who are many will come through for the concert.

“My Sheebaholics are many out there and they can easily pay for this concert even if I asked them for Shs300,000,” she said.

Aptly called ‘Sheeba Live in concert’, this is going to be her third concert in her music career that spans over 10 years. The first came in 2016 dubbed Nkwatako Concert and then Omwoyo Concert in 2018 both held at Hotel Africana.

issejjombwe@ug.nationmedia.com

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