23 November 2012

Zimbabwe: It's Entertainment Galore This Weekend

Probably the biggest summer party this year would be held in a small town of Mazowe. A number of Zimbabwe's fine DJs will be crossing swords this Saturday.

Harare's hottest DJs, including Power FM's Tinashe Chikuse, Star FM's Ash-Styles, K-nycc, Nivek and Rasnombos will be there.

Insomnia Pub and Grill, Hwange

Sensational pole dancer Beverly Sibanda will continue her flirtation with Matabeleland fans today (Friday) when she performs at Insomnia Pub and Grill in Hwange before descending on yet another Matabeleland town, Esigodini, on Saturday. The dancer will be enchanting revellers at Jabula Inn.

Jazz 105, Harare

The party begins tonight at Jazz 105 when the Dembo siblings, Morgan and Tendai, descend on the venue.

The Dembo brothers return to the ceremonial home of jazz after a two year absence. They would be showcasing their new dance and playing new songs from their album, "Kutsika matsimba".

Aquatic Complex Chitungwiza

All roads lead to Chitungwiza this Saturday where dancehall sensation Lady Squanda would be celebrating her 21st birthday. The bash will see Freeman, Guspy Warrior, Dadza D and Ricky Fire sharing the stage.

Man of the moment, Nox of "Ndinonyara" fame will be flying from his South African base to grace the event.

Las Vegas, Mufakose

The Mufakose based nightclub will reverberate to dendera music when Tryson Chimbetu performs tonight. Biggie Tembo Junior will curtain raise for Tryson.

Chakari Stadium, Chakari

Sulumani Chimbetu will return to his home province this Sunday when he performs in the mining town of Chakari. This would be his farewell gig before flying off to United Kingdom.

Sulumani will let his homefolk have a feel of his new album "Syllabus". In the UK, Sulumani will perform in Leicester, on December 1.

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