KAMPALA – Sunday evenings are usually family themed day known for time off with relatives. Well, this was not the case as revellers braved the cold to grace the second edition of the dance n’ beats cultural experience.
The annual cultural event was indeed a true definition of Uganda’s vast cultures showcased in dance with an element of tourism from regions such as Buganda, Karamoja, Busoga, western, Acholi, eastern among others.
Mr.John Segawa, director beyond boarders entertainment said:
“It is four years down the road and this is the second edition, am grateful that Flavia has pulled off a vivid show after a lot of hard work that has taken off and happy that our team is getting there.
“Without you funs, the entertainment is no more and dance is one of the tools we are using to create a change.”
Ms.Flavia Namulidwa, founder dance n’ beats cultural troupe said;
“I really thank the parents that have entrusted us with their children because in rehearsals not forgetting all those that have supported me with funds and attending the show and I assure we are not about to stop.”
Hon. Godfrey Kiwanda Suubi, the Chief guest noted;
“Our culture has made us proud and we are willing to work with you and promote this culture through dance since Uganda is one of the most welcoming countries in the world.”
The minister gave her a boost of UGX 20M as support for the great initiatives.
The spectacular show ended with a melodic set of sounds from the “Adungu”, flute, long drug, Xylophone, fiddle, rattles among other instruments.