Those who underestimated singer Geosteady and thought he was not going to be able to hold a successful concert should have been at the Nakasero based Imperial Royale’s Crane Hall where his first ever sold out Geosteady Live In Concert went down.
Hosted by MCs Ronnie McVex and Izzy, it was a red carpet kind of set up event that had live thrilling performances and other lots of fun things that took place. A special round of applause goes to all the sponsors, fans and well wishers who thronged the venue in large numbers to support the ‘Owooma’ singer.
Geosteady stepped on stage at exactly 13 minutes past 10 PM to officially unveil what he had in stock for the attendees who from as early as 6:30 PM had been waiting for him. All geared up and shouting on top of their lungs, they welcomed the artiste who started off his performance with songs ‘Mbuuza’, ‘Nawuuma’, ‘Sente’, ‘Ndiwamululu’ and ‘Imagine’ before he went for a brief break to change cloths.
During the break, Luga Flow artiste Fic Fameica took to the performed too and later Geo came back for second round continuing with ‘Apaana’, ‘Same Way’ alongside Lydia Jazmine, ‘Owooma’ alongside Rwandan girl duo Charly and Nina which brought the crowd on the feet as they sang along. Shortly after, he went for another break leaving Charly and Nina to sing their other songs.
Goesteady’s last round saw him perform ‘Lwa Mbeela’, ‘Wamanyi’ before he cried because of the overwhelming number of revellers who had filled both the ordinary and VIP sections to capacity. After a few seconds of what seemed like crying as he knelt while bowing down, he resumed his performance with his last songs that is ‘Viola’, ‘African Lady’ and finally the fans’ favourite ‘Tokendeeza’ which he sang as he passed through his fans.
However, apart from Geosteady and the other artistes mentioned above, there were other artistes like King Saha, Maro, Fille, Tip Swizzy, B2C, Big Eye, Ykee Benda, Fille, Dj Pius (from Rwanda) and Emi Rian who also had breathtaking showcases that kept the fans entertained throughout the show and if you attended, you will agree with Chano8 that the crowd was cheered up from start to end.
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