Afro Pop and Fusionist Lily Kadima staged her 2nd music concert at the National Theatre on 18th October and it was a success registered.
With the night themed "Ighe Olinaki Nabirye In The City Experience", gates opened at exactly 6pm and fans and supporters of Lily kadima music and art at large started flocking National Theatre Auditorium where entrance was UGx 50k after posing for a photo on a redcarpet and large backdrop that was placed at the entrance.
By 7pm, a cultural troop stepped on stage and gave in their best dances, drums and performances as more people came in including different media personalities, invited guests and more fans of Lily Kadima.
Raising the anticipation, by exactly 8:30pm, lights changed and the stage was cleared for the diva of the evening. A short montage video filmed by NG Filmz welcoming revelers to the "Nabirye In The City" experience was played. Lily Kadima's voice was heard immediately the video ended as she was singing lines from one of her songs called "Nkulembera" even before stepping on stage hence sending a wash of goosebumps on the skins of revellers that had attended.
Dressed in a green croptop and short skirt covered with leaves (proving her love for nature). She performed two of her songs before welcoming her good friend and fellow Afro fusion singer Clarisa Nabulime who also performed two of her biggest songs hence lifting the crowd off its feet.
After Clarisa's performance, Lily Kadima returned on stage dressed in a flashy costume with a metalic jacket, designed by her as confirmed from our sources and she gave out some of her master piece songs.
Before leaving the stage, Lily Kadima invited Kenneth Mugabi on stage, an Afro-Soul singer who also performed two of his hit songs hence making the crowd go gaga. He also went ahead and joined forces with the lead guitarist and threw in some creativity for the yearning crowd before he ran off the stage.
Following Mugabi's performance, the MC of the evening Kuddz of Fun Factory stepped on the stage with a copy of "Ighe Olinaki Album" which was auctioned off for different amounts of cash including; UGx350k, UGx 300k, and UGx250k.
Clarisa stepped back on stage with a group of dancers that pulled off a great performance of Lily Kadima's "Nazaala" song as the singer performed it while in the background. She later on stepped back on stage in a long green gown covered with leaves before changing to a cultural outfit that opened up a cultural session of dances hence performing more of her songs like; Maga Maga, Why Are You Slow and so many more.
She closed the night with a magnificent performance of her hit song Ighe Olinaki which was also the theme of the evening and curtains were dropped at 11:45pm.
Watch the Concert Video Below: