Serge Iyamuremye will headline the Iwacu Muzika festival this Saturday | New times



The famous gospel singer Serge Iyamuremye is the next to entertain music lovers with a live performance at the 2021 Iwacu Muzika Festival scheduled for this Saturday, October 30.

The virtual event will take place at Kigali Arena and, as usual, will be broadcast live on Rwanda Television at 8.45pm.

Serge Iyamuremye will headline the third season of this festival after his recent nomination for one of the UK’s most valuable awards, the Gospel Touch Music Awards.

After being confirmed to honor the festival for the first time, Iyamuremye told the New Times that he was happy to deliver all that God had blessed him during the festival.

“It is with pleasure that I invite everyone to my worship show, where we will give thanks to God for what he does for us,” he said.

“I had enough time to prepare for the performance, I think it will be a great performance and I hope everyone enjoys every minute of the worship show. I also have an album called ‘Urugendo’ which will be released soon, ”says Serge.

The renowned gospel artist is known for songs like ‘Biramvura’, ‘Yesu araje’, ‘Yesu agarutse’, ‘Yari njyewe’, ‘Ishimwe’ and his new song ‘Lion’ which is currently taking over, among others.

He will be the headliner of the festival, following previous performances by Platini who opened the festival on June 26, RDF Military Band, Mani Martin, Cyusa Ibrahim, Peace Jolis, Naason Solist and Edouce Softman, Bruce Melodie, Israel Mbonyi, a double experience with Bushali and Bluestone, Yverry, Marina and Mbanda, Abdul Makanyaga and a double experience with Symphony Band and Bosco Niyo, Uncle Austin, Aline Gahongayire, Social Mula and Riderman who performed last Saturday.

The Iwacu Muzika festival, which aims to promote the Rwandan music industry by bringing together on the same stage different artists of their age, is organized by East African Promoters, in partnership with the Ministry of Youth and Culture, Tembera u Rwanda, RBA, among others. .



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