Nile Breweries Limited (NBL) under their leading beer brand Nile Special lager has pumped cash into the much anticipated Myko Ouma concert for 2023.
The talented musician will be live in concert on the 6th October at the Kampala Serena Hotel.
The show is dubbed the Jazz and Fusion edition with VIP tickets going for 100k while a table will cost 2.5 million.
We hear NBL will be investing millions into the concert.
After several years of playing backup for many artistes, it is finally time for Myko Ouma to step to the podium and NBL is supporting him all the way.
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Ouma is a talented guitarist, known in close circles for his laid-back demeanour and peaky blinder hats.
Not so long ago, Jazz used to be treated as that genre that separates the haves and the have nots, or those who have accumulated air miles vs the grounded.
It was elitist and names of genuine Jazz connoisseurs in Uganda easily reeled off the tongue – they were not many. According to the organisers, the show will mainly focus on Ugandan Jazz music and fusions covering a local/global spectrum and other forms of creative musical cultures that we do not usually consume from the mainstream.
As a gear-up to the Independence Day, the Jazz Affair will aim at discovering, appreciating, and showcasing Uganda’s musical culture and heritage celebrating Uganda’s 61 years of independence. This represents Nile Breweries heritage.
With over 20 years of experience in live performance and production, Ouma is expected to captivate hearts come 6th October.