The Covid-19 pandemic could have messed up Arsene Tuyiringire, aka Arsene Tuyi’s plans of organising a concert, but not anymore. The gospel vocalist is counting weeks to his new concert dubbed, ‘Ishyanga Rihiriwe’ which loosely means, ‘A Generation of Luck’ a title for his upcoming song. “I decided to name the concert this way after reflecting on how lucky this generation is to know Jesus, and make him their Lord and Savior. I believe there is no better gift than knowing Jesus, and following His example,” Tuyi stresses. The show that will take place on May 28, at Christian Life Assembly-CLA Nyarutarama, will see the gospel songbird perform almost all his songs such as ‘Impamvu Y'ibyishimo’, ‘Naranyuzwe,’ ‘Kure niho Tuva,’ ‘Umujyi W’amashimwe,’ ‘Amagufwa Yumye,’ and others. ALSO READ: Gospel singer Tuyi expresses gratitude in new song The songster usually organises concerts on Pentecost Day. Pentecost for this year will be celebrated and observed on Sunday, May 28. Pentecost is celebrated on the seventh Sunday or 50 days after Easter Sunday. In order to pull off an amazing show, and make the day memorable for his supporters, Tuyi is rehearsing excessively, while praying to God for guidance. Gospel artistes such as Gaby Kamanzi, Chryso Ndasingwa, Jean Christian Irimbere, and others will also grace the event. Tickets go for Rwf 5,000 regular, Rwf10, 000 VIP, and Rwf20, 000 for sponsorship. ALSO READ: Singer Tuyiringire on why he chose gospel music Last year, Tuyi organised his first concert after the Covid-19 pandemic at Evangelical Restoration Church Rwanda (ECR), Masoro, which was purposely for a small audience, however, this time around, he expects between one million, to two million people, and even more. Tuyi is an ERC Masoro-based worship leader who sings at Shekinah Worship Team. He rose to stardom with songs such as, ‘City of Praise,’ ‘I'm Satisfied,’ and ‘Wave Witness.’ He is among gospel artistes earning from their work through performing at weddings, concerts, and social media.