After the official announcement of the Primus Guma Guma Superstar winner 2011, igihe.com is offering a VIP ticket equivalent to frw 5000 to the event at the Stadium on September 17th, 2011.
With the objective of improving music in Rwanda and encouraging music talent, Igihe.com is doing the best to keep its promises of offering the best services to Rwandan fans and their Musician.
Igihe.com reminds all people that followed PGGSS day by day, frw5000 VIP ticket will be given and try your best to watch Sean Kingston and Tom Close live at Amahoro Stadium.
To win a VIP ticket, answers will be transmitted to igihe.com and very shortly the questions will be put on igihe.com website or you will need to use a mobile phone while calling or texting the number that will be issued soon.
If selected as a winner of the VIP ticket, you will be obliged to pick it from Igihe Ltd’s office in town at Rubangura’s building second floor in room 219 or at Nyarutarama at the head office near The Manor Hotel.
The rest will pay Frw 5000 in VIP seats, Frw1000 near VIP and Frw 500 for other seats and the concert will start at 4PM local time.
The PGGSS 2011 will offer to all Rwandans the pleasure to discover a new track, live and exclusive, during a big event including several artists who participated in PGGSS.
A 21 year old Sean Kingston was born on February 3, 1990 in Miami, Florida and moved to Kingston, Jamaica. He sings Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae fusion and some of his occupations are; songwriter, rapper and actor. His father was a Jamaican reggae producer Lawrence lindo known as Jack Ruby as a stage name