He is a popular radio personality in Kampala who plies his trade at Radio Simba and he is also a musician with hit songs like ‘Ekyuma’, ‘Nze Ani’ and ‘Translator’ featuring Joan Dash and this one is one of the tunes which ultimately became his break through song in recent times.
Every year, Kapalaga pushes to hold a major concert for his fans and like previous years, he is set for yet another series of concerts beginning on Friday the 16th of September at Club Obligato going for 10,000 ordinary and 30,000 VIP. Having a very huge fan base among the so called ‘ordinary Ugandans’, he will push the ‘Ndabirawa Tindirio’ concert to different places to quench the thirst of the fans.
With no time to rest after the main concert at Obligato on 16th of September, Kapalaga will perform for his fans of Mukono at Satelite Beach on Saturday the 17th of September and finally conclude the concert showcasing what he got in stock to his Ziloobwe fans on Sunday the 18th. All shows are for 7000 shillings as entry charges. More shows are also expected in the pipeline.
When Chano8 contacted Kapalaga about updates on the show, the diminutive singer had this to say; “My fans should expect a bigger show this time around of course and for the first time, there will be winning of gifts, Boda Bodas (motor bikes) and women will have make overs for free. The venue is big enough and so are the sponsors for example SMS ONE, Chano8, MTN and Riham.”
Performances by other artistes to spice things at concerts are a must and when Chano8 inquired from Kapalaga about other headlining acts in the supporting role, the excited singer said.
“Although they haven’t confirmed yet, but I know Bobi Wine, Bebe Cool, David Lutalo, Mathias Walukagga, Chris Evans, Rema Namakula, Ziza Bafana, Gravity Omutujju, Lyto Boss, Lion K Stars, Geoffrey Lutaya, Irene Namatovu and Golden band can’t refuse to come perform at my concert.”
Gates to the main concert at Obligato are expected to open by 3pm and fun activities will kick start straight away so that the fans can have ample time to enjoy the musical performances in the evening.