Have you ever been in Uganda or planning to take a safari to Uganda? Have you heard about the Kampala city festival? Have you ever been in any city tour or festival? The Kampala City Festival is here again! As others are flocking to Uganda’s remotest and most beautiful national parks for wildlife safaris, experiencing Kampala’s City Festival is yet another dramatic experience for you to excite your mind like never before. Spending much of our time in precious lodges, hotels or homes isn’t enough for you to explore about Uganda’s most pretty city. Set yourself into the streets of Kampala for this massive event and get filled with the most unforgettable experiences of a life time. The Kampala City Festival was introduced were back in 2012 and every first Sunday of October each year, comes with stylish and exciting experiences for Ugandan’s and other visitors to realize what this tremendous city holds for them. It is one of remarkable and biggest street events that you can ever imagine about in East Africa, as provides opportunity to most of city enthusiasts and the country at and by large to acknowledge their culture, innovation, unity and social life. Kampala is a capital and biggest city of Uganda. It is divided into 5 divisions; the Kampala Central Division, Kawempe Division, Makindye Division, Nakawa Division and Rubaga Division.
On 8th October, 2017, Uganda will be hosting its 6th biggest city festival ever as hundreds, thousands and millions will gather to demonstrate the state of a positive change before the public in Kampala. This amazing event comes with a fancy sight, vibrant sounds and lively rhythms in concert with an array of floats winding via Kampala streets with talented dancers on show as they orbit, swivel and twirl to hypnotic beats of celebration on the festival route. Besides, there will be lots of whiffs of roast and drinks that will be displayed as you also enjoy the electric vibes by sensational artists of various genres entertain you with your family and friends freely.
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Unlike the previous festivals, the 2017 will be one of the tremendous events ever as it comes with fresh things like the International Zone and a pre festival concert. All these stylish and fresh things are arranged under the theme; “Revel Diversity, celebrating who we are and the facets that uniquely depict our profusion of brilliant culture and social life.” The Kampala City Festival is East Africa’s biggest street event ever that is set to occur on 8th and 9th October, 2017 and what is important of all, is for you not to miss this amazing experience that comes once in a life time. Make sure you mark the dates in your calendar appropriately so that you avoid hearing lots of stories from friends and relatives. How does it feel hearing people’s stories like you were not informed? You need to be there in person so as to make the 2017 festival experience to stretch beyond boundaries. If you are running an enterprise or you have a company, you are also requested to check out or review some of the sponsorship packages for the Kampala City Festival. Through this kind of partnership, your company won’t just become part of an economic network but also extend to International Community and we all need given the state of the growing economy and globalization. There will be material promotions, event exposure, media coverage, publicity and promotions to target audiences.
During this festival, the enjoyment goes beyond as you will also share, learn and network meanwhile as you will be acting as an economic engine for companies, organizations and small business. Your presence is vital and appreciated as it is the only way to help them flourish!
There will be guidelines for stall holders, statement of compliance with standards especially for food stuffs as well as rules and regulations.
In conclusion, the Kampala City Festival is an annual biggest event in Uganda that attracts thousands of city dwellers. It was introduced in 2012 purposely to bring residents of Kampala, districts and adjacent countries together as a criterion of celebrating the city. Just last year alone, the Kampala City Festival massively attracted over 5000000 people from within and across regions.