Fally bows out on a high at Kampala edition of his double concert

Famed Congolese singer Fally Ipupa left a lasting mark on the Kampala edition of his double concert, concluding on a high note with an electrifying performance at the Sheraton Gardens. This marked his second appearance in Uganda last weekend.

Fally bows out on a high at Kampala edition of his double concert

After an intense performance in Arua, Fally made his way back to Kampala with a singular mission: to create an unforgettable experience for his Kampala fans.

The venue itself was a spectacle, boasting a sophisticated and well-lit stage set up by Fenon Events. The expansive LED video walls and expertly crafted lighting infused energy into the audience, countering the chilly weather. Kicking off the evening, Abeeka Band, renowned for their vocal prowess, set the perfect mood with the latest club hits.

By the time Fally graced the stage at 10pm, the audience was buzzing with anticipation and high spirits.

Event sponsors, I&M Bank Uganda, were represented by their Group Head of Marketing, Mwihaki Wachira, who thoroughly enjoyed the show from her V.V.I.P seat, expressing her excitement about being part of such a remarkable event.

“This has been a truly remarkable experience, watching a global superstar like Fally Ipupa deliver an astounding performance just a few meters away from my seat. He flawlessly entertained the crowd, and the entire show was a resounding success. It's even more rewarding knowing that I&M Bank Uganda played a significant role in making this grand event possible. As a bank, we take great joy in sharing such extraordinary experiences with our customers,” Mwihaki expressed.

The audience, which included a large concentration of Congolese nationals residing and working in Uganda, sang along to Fally’s tunes, particularly connecting with "Mayday," a song delving into the emotional turmoil following the loss of a loved one. Tracks like "Eloko Oyo," "Maria," "Asfana," "Bloque," and "Science Fiction" had revelers dancing and celebrating throughout the night.

Fally’s unisex dance crew, adorned in coordinated pink and white outfits for the ladies and white tees with black jeans for the men, complemented his performance seamlessly with expertly choreographed moves. However, it was Fally's mesmerising, slow waist-gyrating dance moves that captivated the audience, evoking excitement and cheers with each rhythmic motion.

For a solid two hours, Fally showcased his exceptional talent, and by the end of the night, revelers departed, satisfied that they had indeed received their money’s worth from an unforgettable performance.

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