New Era (Windhoek)

1 February 2013

Namibia: Three Namibian "Kings" to Enliven 065 Lounge

Ongwediva — Bling Entertainment in collaboration with Sunstones Records is hosting a Three (3) Kings Live in Concert show at 065 Lounge in here tomorrow featuring three of the top artists in Namibia.

Top Kwaito artist, The Dogg, Hip hop-Rapper Jericho and Hikwa star, Sunny Boy are the three top of the cream at the show. Naija Boy, all the way from Lagos, Nigeria, and Sunstones Records Protégée DJ Barlos are also to grace the stage.

"The line-up of the event programme so far is breathtaking and overwhelming. We are expecting a full house, and this show promises to be one of the biggest show happening in the north and the 065 Lounge will be the place to be on the night," says Zox Labushcagne, the organiser. He adds that the show is just a beginning of "a revolution", and one of many shows that are still to come. "It is us going back to the roots and making Namibian music exciting to the fans again," he boasts.

The safety of fans is guaranteed since 065 Lounge is one of the safest place in the north and securities will be tight. The event will starts at six O'clock (18h00) and tickets will be available at the door for N$ 30- 00.

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