Valentine's Day: As it happens

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Valentine's Day is a day of love and many couples are looking forward to enjoying it to the fullest.

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KAMPALA - Valentine's Day is a day of love and many couples are looking forward to enjoying it to the fullest. Well, if you choose to remain home, you are missing out on the fun out here.

Kampala is being painted red with love.  Revellers are thronging different concerts to watch their favourite artists perform.

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Party goers pouring in for Rema's Valentine's show at Hotel African. Revelers doned in different colours with red the dorminant colour. (Pictures by Alfred Ochwo)





Maro's concert is also getting heated up, revellers are having a snap time. It is time to have fun with the love songbird. (Photos by Nicholas Oneal)



Everything is going as planned at Rema's concert. It is already full house at Hotel Africana. The 'siri muyembe' hitmaker is yet to grace the stage with her melodious voice. Photo credit Martin Ndijjo 




Dr Hamza Ssebunya was also in attendance at Rema's Valentine's show. There is know better sign of love that this one on Valentine's Day. However, Ssebunya came amid tight security. ( Photos by Bbosa Gonzaga)




African Laughs Season 5 
Meanwhile, at Patrick Idringi aka Salvador's show 'Africa Laughs season 5', revellers are having the best time of their lives. Valentine's has surely been a stunning day for those in attendance. ( Photo credit to Karim Ssozi)








Rudeboy live in concert at Luggogo Cricket Oval

Sheeba and John Blaq were the early bird artistes on stage. They charmed the audience with some of their hit songs.

Clever J warmed up the revellers, even more, when he stepped on stage. He got the whole audience thrilled. They not only sang along songs like Wako and  Ensi Yaleta with him but also screamed in ecstasy. (Comedy store press team)





Eddie Kenzo started the party. He effortlessly moved the fans. With his new hits like Semyokozo and Tweyagale, Kenzo sang, they re-echoed. He danced, revellers cheered and danced along. (Photos by Ivan Kabuye)





Rudeboy wrapped up the concert with some of his hit songs after he split from his brother in their popular duo the P square. The audiences were thrilled with his performance. (Photos by Ivan Kabuye)










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"Tugende mu Valentine" concert at Freedom City 

David Lutalo's "Tugende mu Valentine" was massive. Party animals thronged Freedom city to listen to Lutalo's melodious voice. 

Lutalo who has got a charm for his fans wrapped it up on stage in style. (Pictures by Deo Ganyana)