Gospel singer Sam Lucas Lubyooga also known as Levixone has dedicated his Saturday concert to people living with disabilities. The concert dubbed the ‘Mbeera Genesis’ will take place at Kololo Airstrip and according to Levixone, all disabled people will not pay at the entrance and will have seats reserved in the VIP section.
“I am dedicating the Mbeera concert to the disabled because that is the day I want to pray for them. If God could bring them to the concert and we pray together, I will be glad,” Levixone said. Apart from praying for the disabled on D-day, Levixone has always supported disabled people in one way or another. Recently, a disabled young man by the name of Jamix testified to that.
The show will not only be a prayer concert but will be a musical concert where the singer will take the crowd down memory lane from ‘Noonya Omu’ to his latest songs like ‘Chikibombe’, ‘Turn The Replay’, and ‘Mbeera’ among others.
The ‘Mbeera concert’ will also feature various gospel artistes like Desire Luzinda, Limit X, Betty Namaganda, and Martin Sseku among others. The Mbeera Genesis concert is also sponsored by Fenon events which will be in charge of the day’s event production. Fenon will set up the stage, sound, and lighting on Saturday.
Gates will open at 2 pm and the performances will kick off at exactly 4 pm since the lineup of artistes is big. Tickets to the show will go for shs20,000 ordinary, Shs50,000 for VIPs, and a table of VVIP will go for shs2M.
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