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Inaugural Love Loud Rave concert for this Friday

Love Loud Ltd brings you ‘The Love Loud Rave’ happening on the 29th September 2017 (this Friday) at the Kyadondo Rugby Grounds.

The inaugural concert is going to have the biggest names in Reggae and Dancehall including Caribbean star Joel Murray Positive from Trinidad and Tobago. He is coming for a live performance with his band.

So far Badman Sobre from Zambia, Agent Snypa from Nigeria, Dafari from Kenya have arrived in the country for this show, and the list just gets bigger.

Love Loud is an organization that seeks to empower the youth between 18-30 years, through training and networking. It was founded earlier this year and this concert is going to be the launch of its operations.

Jeanne Bakesiima Atuhairwe, the Managing Director (Love Loud) had this to say:

“The Love Loud Rave is going to be our launch pad in Uganda. However we shall have these raves every year, to give youth an opportunity to network and enjoy themselves…so every time you see Love Loud branding; it is going to be about Great Music, Great people, and Changing Lives. Before the concert we are going to have 6 activations around town where ravers will get a sneak peek into the rave”

This rave is going to be about giving as the first 30 people to come for the show will each get an Uber credit. This follows a partnership between Love Loud and Uber a taxi operating in Uganda.

Tickets are going for 20,000 ordinary and 50,000 VIP. However people can also get e tickets through the smart ticket website “We want as many people as possible to come and experience this rave,” said Jeanne.

Love Loud is setting out on a path to mentor youth by setting a platform for these youth to meet their mentors in a fun environment.

“Love Loud aims at changing mindsets as a sure formula to changing lives. Our belief is that those who have been there should be in touch with those who want to be there as a way to save time and build lasting relationships, and sustainable development. We believe that the gap has always been in mentorship” said Solomon Kisakye the Brand and Communication Manager for Love Loud.

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