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A Pass advises artists on alternative ways to make money

May 04, 2020 09:52 AM @ugandaonline

A Pass has come out to explain the alternative ways of how artists can make money especially during these times when there is still a ban on public gatherings like concerts due to the COVID-19 pandemic...

A Pass having a chat with J Kazoora on alternative ways  artists can make money

A Pass having a chat with J Kazoora on alternative ways artists can make money

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Alexander Bagonza, 30, going by his stage name A Pass is one artist that continues to earn during this lockdown period that has seen many artists not performing.

Artists have been making their money mostly through concerts and one lucky artist this year was Cindy who had her Lugogo Cricket Oval concert sold out.

Kenzo was next in line, but unfortunately for him, days before the show, the President had banned all public gatherings to curb the spread of the deadly Coronavirus.

The President will later today address the nation on the way forward regarding COVID-19, but it is unlikely that a ban on concerts will be lifted this early, so how can artists keep afloat and also have a little something coming into their pockets.

Alexander Bagonza, 30, going by his stage name A Pass is one artist that continues to earn during this lockdown period that has seen many artists not performing.

Artists have been making their money mostly through concerts and one lucky artist this year was Cindy who had her Lugogo Cricket Oval concert sold out.

Kenzo was next in line, but unfortunately for him, days before the show, the President had banned all public gatherings to curb the spread of the deadly Coronavirus.

The President will later today address the nation on the way forward regarding COVID-19, but it is unlikely that a ban on concerts will be lifted this early, so how can artists keep afloat and also have a little something coming into their pockets.

Alexander Bagonza, 30, going by his stage name A Pass is one artist that continues to earn during this lockdown period that has seen many artists not performing.

Artists have been making their money mostly through concerts and one lucky artist this year was Cindy who had her Lugogo Cricket Oval concert sold out.

Kenzo was next in line, but unfortunately for him, days before the show, the President had banned all public gatherings to curb the spread of the deadly Coronavirus.

The President will later today address the nation on the way forward regarding COVID-19, but it is unlikely that a ban on concerts will be lifted this early, so how can artists keep afloat and also have a little something coming into their pockets.

Alexander Bagonza, 30, going by his stage name A Pass is one artist that continues to earn during this lockdown period that has seen many artists not performing.

Artists have been making their money mostly through concerts and one lucky artist this year was Cindy who had her Lugogo Cricket Oval concert sold out.

Kenzo was next in line, but unfortunately for him, days before the show, the President had banned all public gatherings to curb the spread of the deadly Coronavirus.

The President will later today address the nation on the way forward regarding COVID-19, but it is unlikely that a ban on concerts will be lifted this early, so how can artists keep afloat and also have a little something coming into their pockets.

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