UK, US Warns Citizens Against Attending Nyege Nyege Festival 2023, Reminds Them Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Laws

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Since its start eight years ago, the Nyege Nyege festival has documented the traditional musical heritage of Uganda. It has also become Uganda’s biggest example of festival tourism and attracted thousands of regional, local and international visitors to Jinja and Busoga every year attracting about 13,000 attendees in 2019 and approximately 15,000 attendees in 2022.
This year’s edition will be held at a space of about 50 acres that covers Jinja showgrounds, Jinja Golf Course and Source Gardens featuring a kingdom stage with over 25 artists from Busoga staging traditional performances.

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