Mr Flavour Praises Uganda At Copenhagen Gig
The grandeur that comes with entertainment within the black community in Europe has compelled organizers of music events to leave no stone unturned in putting everything in order.
A good number of events organizers have started appreciating the high value of the entertainment industry - it generates impressive financial returns.
Various organizers normally aim at having big turn ups so they opt to making well organized events that could possibly attract many people.
This weekend, a new events group formed by one Joseph, a Ugandan based in Denmark and one Isaac from Nigeria brought Mr Flavour to Copenhagen.
In some cases most organizers normally aim at making money which was different with Joseph’s group.
The Nigerian music star was received at the airport by a security detail, photographers, interviewers - something that attracted considerable attention from the Danish security and everyone at the airport.
From the airport, he was chauffeured to one of the best hotels in Copenhagen, Radisson Hotel, to freshen up for the show.
The turn up of his fans in the Club was satisfying with good security, well laid red carpet and so many other things that could possibly call for positive remarks. During his performance, he praised Uganda so much yet even the attendance of Ugandans in that show was low because they believed that the entrance fee was high -300 Danish kroner for normal tickets and 500 Danish kroner for VIP.
Most of the attendants went in for VIP, especially women, since they were promised to dine with Mr Flavour after his performance.
As arranged, after his performance, he was ushered to the VIP section with lots of women waiting for him but after a short while he was seen storming out the club because a group of Nigerian girls went nude on seeing him, something he didn’t like.
Despite the fact he stayed for a short time, this event was seen as a success and all the remarks from his fans and other events managers like Peter Ntende were positive.
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Updated on 2013-05-09 09:25
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