Saturday July 16th 2022 was no ordinary day at the Lugogo Cricket Oval as Nile Breweries through their youthful and playful brand Club Pilsener treated Kampala party lovers to thrilling entertainment during the Club Dome concert.
The concert that featured Nigerian star Adekunle Gold, South African singer and Dancer Costa Titch alongside Uganda’s finest entertainers attracted tens of thousands revelers filling up the Cricket Oval, one of the biggest concert venues in the country.
Due to a variety of activities that were taking place on the day, partiers started checking in as early as midday. They were given a first dose of entertainment in the exclusive Club Dome party that set the pace for the enjoyments that would continue until midnight.
Artistes including Zex Bilangilangi, entertained the Domers who were mainly campusers before switching the focus to the main stage where the enjoyments continued.
Uganda’s top deejays including DJ Alisha, Zahara Toto, Kas Baby, Slick Stuart and Roja set the ball rolling alongside Sheila Gashumba and Sammy Wetala who were the day’s emcees.
Partiers who were already enjoying NBL products at subsidized prices enjoyed performances from Sheebah Karungi, Vinka, John Blaq among others.
At exactly 10:30PM, Costa Titch stepped on stage leading the already hyped crowd in an Amapiano set that included his famous hits like My Gang and Big Flexa. If anyone was doubting how famous the artiste is in Uganda, this was a moment of revelation as the crowds sang along as they danced to his music.
For the deejay that he is, Costa Titch dropped the mic before jumping on the decks to serve more enjoyments to the crowds.
The day’s last performer was AG Baby who stepped on stage a few minutes after 11PM. Clad in African style bell-bottom pants and a custom AG branded sleeveless shirt, he kicked off his performance amid cheers from his fans.
He sang his top hits like it is what it is, Energy, Sona among others that kept the partiers on their feet for all of his time on stage.
“The concept here was to remind Ugandans of how good the times were before we were hit by the pandemic and re-ignite the spark that was dying out. This concert has really lived up to it,” said Amou Majok, NBL’s Head of Marketing.
“From the Dome experience to the main concert, everything was lit and you could see that the revelers really missed such an experience. What we’ll do as a brand, we are going to take the same experience to different parts of the country and by the time we are done, we are sure the spark will be back on and brighter than ever,” she added.