One of Uganda’s finest reggae singers Maddox Ssematimba Semanda has marked his return to the music concert with an excellent show at Imperial Royale Hotel on Good Friday.
The show dubbed return of the champion was ballistic as Maddox ignited like during his old golden days of music.
Despite the 50k cover charges, the show venue was packed to capacity as thousands of music lovers thronged the place to enjoy the legendary singer’s music.
Revellers and music lovers left yearning for more. But the ‘Namagembe’ singer is set to have two more shows with one tonight at Satelitte Beach Mukono and another on Easter Sunday at Resort Beach Entebbe with both shows at 10k each as entrance fee.
The shows promoter Balaam Barugahara was excited about the Maddox’s performance and crowd at the VVIP live show at Imperial Royale Hotel Kampala.
“Special thanks to our dear partners: Imperial Group of Hotels, UHMG, vision Group, Pepsi, Fenon, NBS TV, BBS Terefaina & to Maddox who performed his very best ever, Thank you… all see you at Resort Beach Entebbe on Easter Sunday,” Balaam Barugahara posted.
Some fans had this to say about the show;
“I have never attended a show where an artist sings his last song, thanks people for coming, closes the show and people stay sited as if in expectation of a part 2 of the show. Dear Maddox Sematimba, Salute Sir! Certified Fan,” Tinah Teise.
“Thanks Maddox Sematimba for making us proud.
On the 1st January 2017, at the Resort Beach Entebbe, I had a discussion with Uganda’s top Events promoter Balaam Barugahara. He was so impressed and excited by Maddox’s performance at the Sheraton Hotel, the previous night (31st Dec 2016) and was thinking of holding a major concert this year.
Last night at the Imperial Royale Hotel, the dream finally became true. Thousands of revellers, attended Maddox’s concert at the Imperial Hotel and had a nice time.
It was fun watching promoter Balaam and New Vision’s boss Robert Kabushega, dancing and singing off beat.
We must appreciate and respect the fact that Maddox is talented and still runs the local reggae industry and that old is indeed Gold.
We shall head to Mukono and Entebbe for more concerts this weekend,” Dixon Okello posted.