The Ben’s highly-anticipated concert in Bujumbura, Burundi which was scheduled to take place at Jardin Public on Sunday, October 1, has been moved to Messe des Officiers, a military installation. The change of the venue comes after organisers of the concert announced that Jardin Public doesn't have the capacity to host the number of revellers who have already bought tickets. PHOTOS: The Ben receives rousing welcome in Bujumbura ahead of concert “The concert has been moved to a military base due to the expected high attendance of people and also to manage their safety. Messe des Officiers is a big place and secure,” one of the organisers told The New Times, adding that nothing has changed about the show other than the venue. The Ben landed in Bujumbura on Wednesday, September 27, accompanied by his wife, Pamella Uwicyeza, and the two were welcomed with an overwhelming reception from eager fans at the airport. The airport was swarmed by fans who sought to capture moments with the the popular Rwandan artiste. After holding a news conference with local and regional media, The Ben was given a motorcade to tour the streets of Bujumbura and greet fans who had gathered to welcome him. The Ben is set to headline a concert in Burundi where he will share a stage with renowned Burundian musicians Big Fizzo and Sat B. The event will also feature performances from DJ Diallo, DJ Lamper, Bushali, Babo, Shemi, Romy Jons (the official DJ for Tanzanian sensation Diamond Platnumz), and Lino G, an emerging talent from Burundi. PHOTOS: The Ben’s Range Rover gift to wife is finally here! Entry fees at the concert range from Bif10,000 for regular tickets to Bif50,000 for VIP access. Tables for six and eight people are also available, with prices at Bif500,000 and Bif1.5 million, respectively. Before the main concert, The Ben has planned a special pre-concert event on Saturday, September 30, to meet and interact with his dedicated fans. Tickets for this event are priced at Bif100,000, with the option of booking a table for eight people, including two bottles of champagne, for Bif2 million. For those looking for an exclusive experience, there is an option to purchase a Bif10 million (more than Rwf4.2 million) ticket for 10 people.