UB40 Featuring Ali Campbell concert to fund 15 million Tree planting initiative in Uganda

UB40 Featuring Ali Campbell concert to fund 15 million Tree planting initiative in Uganda

The UB40 featuring Ali Campbell concert which is set for the 2nd of March 2024 at the Kololo Independence Grounds in Kampala, Uganda is not just about music, but about making a lasting impact on Uganda.

In an inspiring initiative to conserve the climate, the proceeds from the UB40 featuring Ali Campbell concert will be dedicated to planting 15 million trees across Uganda.

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This ambitious undertaking is a testament to the commitment of both the organizers and attendees to give back to the environment in honor of NBS at 15, demonstrating the power of Reggae music to inspire positive change and foster environmental consciousness.

The choice to plant 15 million trees also carries symbolic significance in the context of NBS at 15 to Talent Africa Group, the show organizers. Just as the number 15 represents a milestone for NBS, planting 15 million trees symbolizes a commitment to nurturing and sustaining the country’s natural heritage for future generations. It’s a tangible way to honor the past, celebrate the present, and invest in the future of Uganda’s environment.

Music has the power to inspire action and unite communities in a greener and healthier environment, and as Uganda celebrates NBS at 15, let us also celebrate the spirit of environmental stewardship and collective responsibility towards our natural world.

The Tickets are on a discounted sale of 25%  on the MTN Momo app, www.tagticketing.com, or by using the MTN USSD short code *165*98# You can also visit the sale center at the Talent Africa offices at 1 Hill Drive Kololo. Tables are selling out fast too. Secure a gold table at 5 million that seats 8 people and a platinum table at 9 million UGX seating 8 people too.

The UB40 featuring Ali Campbell Concert is powered by Talent Africa Group, NBS Television, MTN MoMo, Sheraton Hotel, Toyota by CFAO, Radio 1, Capital Outdoor, Afromobile and more.

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