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How it went down at Irene Ntale's maiden concert

By Ronnie Twinamasiko

Added 30th August 2016 12:15 PM

And no Ntale concert is complete without her strumming her guitar to the excitement of the audience.

How it went down at Irene Ntale's maiden concert

And no Ntale concert is complete without her strumming her guitar to the excitement of the audience.

Irene Ntale’s road to the concert charts hit a snag last year. She was slated to hold her maiden concert at Hotel Africana, Kampala in August, but things took an ugly twist when her show was cancelled. Her management, Swangz Avenue feared it would flop citing competition from Jamaican acts, Busy Signal and Konshens who had a faceoff at Lugogo Cricket Oval the same evening.

Ntale’s fans had to wait until last Friday when she hit the stage at the Sheraton gardens. Riding on the theme, Sembera Date Night, the singer sent revellers squealing in delight when she got on stage at 9:13pm.

 evellers having fun at the concert Revellers having fun at the concert

 
She kicked off things with the song, Kabugo and kept things heated up with an impressive repertoire of songs including Stay With Me, Nkubukinze and Body To Body.

She wore a figure-hugging gold and cream dress for her opening act.

Rising artiste, Joel Kisakye, took the stage during Ntale’s break to perform, Okikola Otya.

 
Ntale, later, returned to the stage in a black sleeveless top and short pants and treated the audience to more of her old music and tracks off her forthcoming album dubbed, Sembera.

And no Ntale concert is complete without her strumming her guitar to the excitement of the audience.

Fans couldn’t contain their excitement as Ntale and her band made the most of stage performance. Hundreds sang along all through the evening.

One of the major highlights of the night was when Ntale invited songstress, Rema Namakula on stage. The pair fired up crowds by singing Rema’s single, Lean on me.

 ebe ool joins tale on stage Bebe Cool joins Ntale on stage

 
Gagamel boss, Bebe Cool also joined Ntale to perform their collabo Love letter. She then sang songs by other musicians such Chameleone’s Valu Valu, Coco Finger’s My Miss, among others, which caused an explosion of joy.

She capped the night by performing her latest releases, Gwe Aliko, Go Down and lastly Sembera.

Radio & Weasel, Ray Signature, Zulanda and Winnie Nwagi were also among the performers that made the evening incredible.

adio  easel join tale on stage Radio & Weasel join Ntale on stage

 

 

ema amakula performs Rema Namakula performs

 

 
innie wagi performs Winnie Nwagi performs

 

 

 

 rene tales mother obinah amya Irene Ntale's mother Robinah Kamya

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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