After eagerly waiting for nearly a 1 month for American gospel artist and pastor for a live concert slated for today, December 6, and Wednesday, December 7, at Imperial Royale Hotel and Lugogo Hockey grounds respectively in a sudden turn of events, the artist took to social media to break the bad news that he will not be making it to Uganda, at least not this year.
Greene sighted the failure of the promoter for the Uganda and Rwanda shows to book air tickets for him and his entire team, leaving them stranded at the airport in Lagos, Nigeria.
“Something has happened that is completely out of our hands. We literally have no plane tickets. Trust me, if we could be there, we definitely would. The Kenya and Zimbabwe concerts are still on, but for Uganda and Rwanda, we, unfortunately, can not make it this week,” Greene said.
Mixed Emotions have been expressed on social media for a well-promoted show to be canceled in the last minutes “The list of International Gospel Artists that Ugandan events organizers are failing is growing and this is not good….Positive,LeCrae,…now Travis Greene 💔
What happened to the older generation of events organizers in Christian circles who used to make it happen at all costs?” tweeted PhilKhajo
Travis isn’t the only artist who hasn’t shown up for a slated show in 2018 Christians were elated to host American Rapper Lecrae as he would be doing his ‘All Things Work Together’ world tour in Uganda
Lecrae was meant to perform on Sunday 10th June 2018 at Kyadondo Rugby Club however in a turn of events Kinetic Management Group and Fresh Impressions the promoters that were organizers of the tour in Africa postponed the shows in Jo’burg, Capetown, Kampala, and Nairobi in a press release informing all fans that had bought tickets would be refunded in the same mode through which they purchased the tickets.