Cindy Sanyu Holds Her First Music Concert In 5 Years

Cindy Sanyu Concert at Kati Kati Bar and Restaurant along Lugogo By-pass.

Cindy Live in the Amateeka Concert 

Cinderella Sanyu going by her professional name Cindy will be holding her first ever solo concert tonight at Kati Kati grounds. Friday started off as a wet day but some of her die hard fans have vowed to be at Kati-Kati come rain or shine.

Cindy was fired from the Blu3 gal group a few years back something that helped her to be the star she is today.

Silk Events is using their latest equipment to ensure that the stage and sound are awesome. This being her first concert, Cindy believes that her fans have mastered her songs like ‘Amateeka’, ‘Mbikooye’, ‘Total Satisfaction’, ‘Love’ among others and will be able to sing along.

Most of the Proceeds from the show will be channelled to Hands for Hope charity, a not for profit organisation which reminds Cindy of her own upbringing. Cindy is engaged to Mario and together they are blessed with a beautiful daughter, Amani.

Today will also mark the first big collaboration with the other Blu-3 members Jackie and Lillian implying that they will form now on be working on a number of projects as a team though they are comfortable where they are pursuing their solo careers.

Other artistes expected to grace the Cindy show include Bobi Wine, Bebe Cool, GNL Zamba, Goodlyfe Crew and new kid on the block Yung Mullo.

Related: Cindy Sanyu Cancels June Concert

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