One week before month end and revellers are already planning what and where to go this weekend.
Good thing it’s full blown summer time and what to wear should not be a problem.
Summer is the perfect time to enjoy live music.
Whether you are attending a festival or concert, or going to see your favourite musician perform, it’s important to choose the right outfit.
As always The Herald Arts crew conducted a survey on some of the events taking place across the country.
Below is a guide on where to go:
All set for Sungura Blast
The stage is set tomorrow at the Rainbow Towers auditorium for the “Sungura Blast” show.
The event which is being hosted by Gateway Streams will see some of the country’s finest sungura musicians who include Alick Macheso, Mark Ngwazi, Baba Harare, Nicholas Zakaria, Sulumani Chimbetu, Shantel Sithole and Audienance Kuimba among others.
Organisers of the event have said that the show will be streamed live to fans in diaspora and those who would not have made it to the event.
“Yes, definitely we will be streaming the event live on the Gateway Stream Music platform. Fans need to download our application so that they can have a chance to see these great musicians in action.
“This will give the Diaspora audience the opportunity to watch the show. It is going to be a pay per view show,” said Rainbow Tourism Group corporate affairs and quality manager Pride Khumbula.
It will be hosted by Star FM radio personality, Ndumiso “The SkyWalker” Dube.
Winky D for Mutare Agricultural Show concert
Zimdancehall musician Winky D is set to headline the Mutare Agricultural Show tomorrow.
The event which is running under the theme, “Unlocking the value of industry in the new era”, will also see artistes such as Dally Boy, Herman, Game Changers dance group, Edge Sparta and Police displays taking part.
There will also be lots of activities at the show.
Winky D, who was recently nominated for AFRIMMA 2022, posted on his social media platforms inviting his fans to attend the show.
Poptain to exchange notes with Killer T
Two Zimdancehall artistes Killer T and Poptain are expected to ignite Eclipse bar this Saturday as they perform their hit songs. They will be supported by Storm, Rush, LRoy and Simba.
Poptain who is basking in glory after the release of his single “Misodzi” of which he said was dropping the new one “T-shirt Chena” soon.
“Killer T is like family. I am happy to be sharing the stage with him. I will be performing old and new songs but will sample the new ‘T-shirt Chena’ song,” he said.