What you need to know about Global Cultural Event, the must attend function

What you need to know about Global Cultural Event, the must attend function

It’s the first of its kind in Uganda and will feature over 20 cultural groups’ performances and showcase from different cultures worldwide. Global Cultural Event slated for 13th August 2017 at Uganda Museum is a social event that you must attend before you die. Here is why?

The Global Culture Event is a family celebration where adults and kids will participate. Mary Ingabire Global Events didn’t concentrate on only urban dwellers in Kampala City, but also on people on the farthest end within the geographical boundaries of the Pearl of Africa.

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There are several activities attracting persons to the August 13th event: Children are going to appreciate their ancestral roots through folklore, domestic chores and games, over 15 authentic dance and music troupes from all cardinal regions of Uganda and beyond have confirmed participation, popular music artistes will stage traditional performances, local foods and drinks will be on display and sale; Enturire, Omuramba, Akonyemu, Omunanansi, will be available. Due to special demand, we shall gazette an area for traditional Kojjas and Ssengas who will inspire and strengthen our marriages and families.

Mary Ingabire Global Events set democratic prices for as low as Ush.5000 and 10,000 for entry. Attendees must consider extra minimal costs for food, beverages during the long awaited event.

For those who want stalls you part company with 500k, VIP table 1m and Tent 1.5m. Don’t be the one to miss out

Culture and Heritage

When words like “culture”, “heritage” are mentioned, the images that come onto your mind are of museums, monuments, royal tombs because it is a common perception that they are the befitting description of culture and heritage.

Culture heritage is not only highlighted through museums or through old buildings. The Mary Ingabire Global Events approach to culture tourism is how communities can interpret their heritage and go beyond the “historic signposts” written by historians.

August 13th is about how communities can move towards contemporary values that truly engage with the millennial. The past is truly going to meet the present!

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