Madoxx promises thrilling performance at Blankets & Wine’s Kampala 12th Edition.

David Amon Ssemanda Ssematimba a.k.a Madoxx, has promised to deliver a stunning performance at the upcoming 12th edition of Blankets and Wine Kampala.

Madoxx, who is greatly known for his classical reggae music, has been a favorite to many Uganda music lovers for more than a decade now. With some of his timeless hit songs such as “Namagembe”, “Irene” and “Munakyalo” among many others, Madoxx will be set out to excite the revelers at the Uganda rounds come the 27th March, 2016.

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Madoxx will be performing alongside talented ladies – Sitenda and Sandra Suubi who have.

The “Y-tjukutja” famed stars, Uhuru Band, will be the main act at the 12th edition of Kampala’s Blankets and Wine. The MTV award winning band will also perform other hits which among them will be their “Khona” duet with Mafikizolo.

Tusker Malt Lager is always on the lookout for the freshest musical experience for consumers and thus the artiste lineup gives everyone who attends the event, a memorable experience.

A quarterly, picnic style music festival, Blankets and Wine is East Africa’s premier music experience, designed to showcase outstanding musicians in the emerging genres of afro-based music. Revelers thus get the chance to enjoy the rich African talent in LIVE performances by a wide array of artistes.

Entrance fee is UGX100, 000 at the Uganda Museum and gates open at 12:00pm on Sunday March 27, 2016.

In line with its support for responsible drinking, Tusker Malt Lager will be maintaining a strict ‘over 18 only’ policy for sale of alcohol.

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