Known for their unique contemporary fusion of African styles and instruments merged perfectly with the rest of the world’s music, Janzi Band is set to grace the Ugandan themed Singleton Challenge 19th hole this Saturday.
The day will tee off as early as 8:00 am at Entebbe Golf Course’s lush green and will see 64 pairs of golfers play on a match play four ball format as they compete for a spot in the second round that is slated to take place on March 14.
The winning pairs from each month will advance to the subsequent rounds while the overall winning pair will get a fully paid trip to watch the Omega Dubai Desert Classic in 2021, a series which has welcomed world class golfers including Tiger Woods and Henrik Stenson.
Defending champions Richard Lutwama and Robert Busingye who just returned from the Omega Desert Classic, 2020 will also be among the pairs competing for a slot in the second round.
It being a month of love, the talented entertainers have promised to celebrate Uganda in an extraordinary manner.
“Janzi specializes in a music style called Ug-Afrofusion which is a blend of traditional instruments like Adungu, Akogo, Endongo and modern instruments like the guitar so expect a fun-packed Ugandan night,” said Sewa Sewa one of the Band founders.
Renowned Comedian Patrick Salvador will be the host of the night.