Monday, 22 December 2014
First, it was a One-Million-Show and for those who tried to complain, he told them that he had plans for a shs1,000 show, but this particular one was for those who could afford.
As it turned out or as expected, not many of the 1M/- tickets were sold forcing him to introduce a new pricing package that saw the tickets drop to 500,000 and 200,000.
His reason for the price reduction was that he wanted many people to be part of the show.
Security was tight at the venue and this was expected anyway now that the First Lady was the Chief Guest. The show was dedicated to improving communities in Karamoja, in fact some elders from Karamoja attended dressed in their regalia. Chameleone was backed up by Papa Cidy.
Chameleone's show was a class apart compared to other shows that were held on the same day. By virtue of the chief guest and the price, numbers were directly or indirectly affected. It's not clear how much was contributed from the First Lady office but the show was successful in it's own way. It was in a class of it's own. It's the first time the First Lady is attending a secular event.
The lighting, sound and the stage were top notch courtesy of Silk Events. Chameleone was able to attend the other two main parties, (White Party and Arab Money) that were being held elsewhere on the same day.
Bobi Wine, Barbie and Price Wasajja were some of the guests that attended the One-Man-show.
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