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First B2C concert was a huge success

The B2C trio performing at Freedom City

The B2C trio performing at Freedom City

11 Sep 2018 2:05 PM @ugandaonline

The B2C stars thanked their fans for turning up in large numbers for their maiden concert.


The Born to Conquer stars, otherwise, known as the B2C held their maiden concert on Friday at Freedom City and they are not complaining at all, it was sold out.

"Thanks for standing with us your support was a big treasure to us," they noted.

The boys kicked off with the first show  at Freedom City on Sept7, the turn up was overwhelming.

"Super proud and happy for you boyfwendz," Lydia Jazmine, who was among the artists that performed noted. 

They crossed to Mukono on September 8 and the fans there were equally waiting for them in large numbers; 

"Another sale out more great thanks goes to the Almighty Lord the only most high. #MukonoSateliteBeachSoldOut Thanks for the support."

On September 9, they were at Big Zone Nansana which was also well attended.

Some of the artists that performed alongside the B2C include; Cozen Blood, Chozen Becky, Os Suuna, Helen Lukoma, Maro, Tip Swizzy, Levixone, Spice Diana, Weasel, Pallaso, Eddy Kenzo, Lydia Jazmine among others.

"The first concert for any artiste is always a big step. Proud of @b2cmusicug on this milestone. I know it’s going to be fire tonight at Freedom City. Be there and Support them," Juliana noted while drumming up support for the boys and indeed, the fans did not disappoint.

Some of the artists that performed at the first B2C concert

Weasel in army green followed by Gravity Omutujju in orange and  Spice Diana doing her thing with one of the B2C lads. The Attitude singer, Hellen Lukoma is next in pic followed by the Kapande stars Kenzo and the B2C trio.

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