Slate Nation’s return venue changed
The return of singer, Slate Nation that was supposed to take place at Venom Beach Kampala on the 30th of August has been moved to a new and bigger venue, the singer confirmed.
Slate Nation said the event is moved to Wonder World in Kansanga, formerly known as Didi’s World in Kampala, Uganda.
Slate Nation said that he was informed by the management of Venom Beach that the venue was sold out and he was left with no option but to move it to another location.
“The show has been moved to a bigger venue for all my fans to dance with me again after I came back from Australia, this is my first show since my Australian tour,” Slate Nation said.
The show is set to feature Ugandan big names in the music industry like Pallaso and Dj King Michael, South Sudanese artists based in Kampala such as Ghetto Survivors, D Mighty King, Nick Dee and Young Bullet and many other artists.
The ‘take you down’ singer had his Australian tour in late June 2017 where he performed for South Sudanese community in Melbourne.
Slate Nation whose real names are Ngot Peter Mou Athuai rose to fame with his version of the German juice song that he twisted to the famous “Juba Juice.”
The singer also revealed to Juba Monitor that he will travel back to Australia to complete his tours of Perth, Sydney that was postponed due to Robbery in his Melbourne show in June.
By Mandela Nelson Denis