Limit X — Live In The Timeless Concert | Friday April 28th 2017 – Kampala Serena Hotel

Posted April 27, 2017 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Limit X - Live In A Timeless Concert ~ 2,827 views


Limit X The Reunion — Whereas Limit X is one of the greatest musical exports from Uganda having toured and performed in over 50 countries around the world, Uganda has never truly had a Limit X experience.

Background: In 1989, the group moved to London, England and changed their name to Limit X as their music expanded to new frontiers. Since the unlimited power of God had been so evident in their own lives, the name change meant that there was no limit for what they could do for God. They quickly became one of the most prominent African gospel music groups in the world. The group was a household name in the early 90/2000’s, not only in Uganda but worldwide.

They were known for songs such as Malibongwe (Come To Me), Clap your Hands, Miracle, among others. Limit X was among the first African gospel acts to have international impact and more so in Britain and the US where they won awards in the 90’s and their music hit in the clubs and radio. After a 15year hiatus, we are pleased to announce that Limit X is finally coming back for a reunion concert! This show will be hosted at the Kampala Serena Hotel on Friday the 28th of April beginning at 6pm.

The concert comes in appreciation of all Limit X fans and well-wishers over the years, a great reason to celebrate! Guests are invited to what’s going to be a unique experience filled loads of entertainment from way back…. A portion of the proceeds from this show will go to support the free distribution of a book by Dennis Sempebwa (Limit X) to teenagers all around. The book titled “Timeless Truths” contains 300 enduring Proverbs for this generation.

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