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Masaka Kids Africana To Perform Live At During Barcelona vs. Valencia Match

Masaka Kids Africana showing off their passports

Ugandan talented kids dance group, Masaka Kids Africana, is set to thrill Spanish football supporters and lovers in Barcelone, Spain when they perform at Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys.

The Masak Kids Africana youngster dance group landed the opportunity to perform at Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys following the invitation they received from the most successful football club in Spain, which boasts 77 domestic titles.

Barcelona has won 27 La Liga titles, a record 31 Copa del Rey, 14 Supercopa de España, three Copa Eva Duarte, and two Copa de la Liga.

The youngsters’ dance group will be performing for thousands of football supporters at Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys in the middle of the Barcelona vs. Valencia match on Monday 29th April 2024 at 22:00 EAT.

Masaka Kids Africana enjoying a meal

“Yes, it is a surprise. Identity’s Fun Engagement has organized that the children can attend the game and we will have a surprise with them in the middle of the game,” admitted Marta Segú

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The group traveled to Barcelona on Thursday and arrived safely. Based on the updates we have so far gathered, the group took a stroll around and explore the Estadi Johan Cruyff and the City Sports Joan Gamper facilities.

The kids have also grabbed news headlines in some of the Spanish print media papers as they all looked jolly and thrilled to visit Barcelona. The group is likely to spend a week in Spain before they return to Uganda, Masaka to resume their normal studies.

Masaka Kids Africana make headlines in Spainsih print media

Some of the benefits that the Masaka Kids Africana children are likely to earn from the trip are connections to big brands and sponsorships in terms of scholarships to help them further their studies from primary school to secondary.

They have often traveled to different countries performing but this time around a trip to Estadi Olimpic is a different feeling to them that they are set to enjoy and celebrate since it comes once in a lifetime.

“We are thrilled to welcome Masaka Kids Africana. They reached out to us a few months ago seeking our support and to share their project with us. They are a community-driven initiative that provides education, healthcare, dance, and sports to children from impoverished families and orphans,” shared Marta Segú, the director of the Barça Foundation.