By Our Reporter
World famous praise and worship leader, singer and song writer Don Moen is expected to hold a concert in Kampala in February.
Moen will be the headline performer at the Kampala Praise Festival – 2019 Edition, slated for Friday February 8th, at Kololo Airstrip.
The event is being organised by RG-Consult, an East African 360 Creative, production, marketing, events management and consulting company registered here in Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi.
From Uganda, Don Moen will also minister in Rwanda on 10th February.
The 68-year-old is popular for songs like God Will Make a Way, Thank you Lord, How great is our God, God is Good, Here We Are, Arise, I Will Sing, and many more that move believers globally.
Speaking at a news conference at the MTN Centre in Nyarutarama, Rwanda recently, the concert organisers said both events will be hosted with unparalleled professionalism, hospitality, security, excellence, unity and most importantly with a focus to continue to provide a platform where attendants can pray and worship God together regardless of tribe, denomination, creed or language.
In a video clip to confirm of his upcoming concert, Don Moen said:
“I am excited to announce that this February I will be coming back to Uganda for the Kampala Praise Fest. I look forward to seeing you their.”
Tickets for the show are already on sale online, at www.rgtickets.com
Second Time Visiting Uganda
Moen was in the country for the very first time in 2014 for a series of worship concerts. He performed live that year at Serena Hotel’s Victoria Hall – and many turned up despite the entrance fee being at Shs120,000.
The First Lady, Janet Kataha Museveni met Moen, and remarked; this night when believers raise their voices in worship and prayer, a revival will spread like a wildfire and be remembered by generations. Together, we should remember that we were created to worship and praise him”
Don Moen later proceeded to Makerere University Sports Grounds for another show, alongside fellow musician, Lenny Le Blanc. Moen’s East African tour in Uganda climaxed at the Rubaga Miracle Centre for a worship seminar which went for Shs30,000.