It was massive, it was epic. It went down at Maria Flo in Masaka town and it involved music icons Sheebah Karungi, Aziz Azion and the singing MP Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine.
First on the stage was none other than the B2C soldiers, the new artists on to the scene.
Aziz Azion doing came next. Aziz Azion is one of the artistes Swangz has worked with in the past 10 years and being a Masaka born, he was greatly celebrated.
Next came the lyrical queen herself Sheebah Karungi with her “Beera Nange” moments.
The Honourable Bobi Wine then stepped on the stage to close the performance.
“It was an amazing moment dancing to the songs of freedom with fellow legislators, fans and supporters,” Bobi later said.
The tours come ahead of Swangz Avenue’s 10-year celebrations at Cricket Oval on August 31.
The record label announced a country wide tour in partnership with Bell Jamz as a build up to the grand event.
The tour to four districts [Gulu, Masaka, Arua and Mbarara] is graced by artistes who have ever worked or affiliated to Swangz Avenue.
Bebe Cool, Apass, Winnie Nwagi, Vinka, Vampos, French Nezza, Inspecka Jill and Lexy started off the tour in Mbale.
Then Gulu on July 7 had Fik Famaica, Gravity Omutuju, Vampos, Ykee Benda, Winnie Nwagi, Pato Loverboy and Okeng Born.
Sheebah, B2C, Fik Fameica, Apass and Bebe Cool graced this weekend’s Masaka town gig.
Fik Fameica, Gravity, Voltage Music and Vinka head will head to Arua on August 4.
The climax of the celebrations will be in Kampala on 31st August at Cricket Oval Lugogo.
The Jamaican Star Tarrus Riley will be live at Cricket Oval on 31st August.