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Chameleone’s ‘Legend’ Concert Changes Dates For The 3rd Time

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  • Dr Jose Chameleone’s Legend Hit After Hit concert changes dates for the 3rd time
  • It was first announced to take place in March this year but later pushed to 19th May
  • From 19th May it was pushed to 26th but the latest is it has been brought back to 19th.
  • New venues for extra shows have been unveiled

Initially,Dr Jose Chameleone’s Legend Hit After Hit concert was slated for March but due to some reasons, it was postponed to Friday the 19th May. Adverts then began running until last week when Chameleone himself announced that the highly anticipated concert had been pushed to 26th May. Need for quality and perfection was the reason why it was postponed.

Well, May 26th was the date fans and well wishers had marked but on Thursday evening, the concert’s organiser Balaam Barugahara brought the concert back to Friday the 19th, but Lugogo Cricket Oval has been maintained as the venue. Another change is the addition of new venues for extra shows like La Grand Hotel in Bwaise on 21st May and Maria Flo in Masaka district on 22nd.

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Chameleone’s Legend Hit After Hit Concert changes dates for the 3rd time

“HIT AFTER HIT CONCERT 19TH MAY 2017 CONFIRMED DATE & VENUE ! (NOT 26TH MAY ) CRICKET OVAL POWERED BY BLACK BELL. La Grand hotel Bwaise 20th may , Masaka 21st Maria Flo & Freedom city 27th May 2017” Balaam posted on his Facebook page

At first, the extra shows were to take place at Colline Hotel in Mukono and Freedom City but for an unknown reason, Colline Hotel was removed, retaining the Namasuba based Freedom City but fans in those areas will have to wait until Saturday the 27th of May.

It’s not easy to hold a concert and who know or deal in this business will tell you that a couple of hills and valleys are encountered from the time you set dates up to show time when the artiste performs to the revellers.

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