Tuku goes down memory lane tonight

HARARE - Oliver Mtukudzi’s Greatest Hits Concert is on tonight at the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC).

Guest artistes for Tuku’s special shows include Gary Tight, Ammara Brown, Guspy Warrior, Douglas Chimbetu, Tariro neGitare, Jean Masters, Sekuru Gweshe, Tanga wekwaSando and Pakare Paye outfit, Tsvete.

Chipfumo, Shiga to share the stage

Progress Chipfumo and Shiga Shiga will perform at Holly’s Hotel tomorrow before giving way to pole dancer Zoey Noleen Sifelani who will celebrate her birthday at the same venue tomorrow.

The Red Angels leader will be supported by Shiga Shiga and Gonyeti.

Soul Jah Love says goodbye

Soul Jah Love will hold a farewell show tonight at the Super Label Night Club.

The Ndini Uyo singer is leaving early next week for the United Kingdom where he will hold shows alongside Seh Calaz, Trevor Dongo, Freeman, Guspy Warrior and Enoch ‘Nox’ Guni.

Tonight Soul Jah Love will share the stage with Killer T and Trevor Dongo.

Young Igwe dates Airport Lounge

Peter ‘Young Igwe’ Moyo and his sungura outfit Utakataka Express will rock the Airport Lounge tomorrow.

Mvengemvenge comes to City Sports Bar

City Sports Bar will launch a new slot tonight called Mvengemvenge (Mixed Bag) where artistes from different genres will share the stage.

Tonight Sniper Storm (dancehall), Freddy ‘Kapfupi’ Manjalima (sungura), Too Open (Afro-jazz) and Progress Chipfumo (traditional) will set the ball rolling.

Alexio dates Tina Watyoka

Alexio Kawara and the Shades of Black will perform alongside rising songstress Tina Watyoka at Book Cafe tomorrow.

But the Book Café entertainment programme begins tonight with mbira giants Mawungira Enharira.

Later on the same night Roki, Cindy and Leonard Mapfumo will share the stage in a concert dubbed “Zim Urban Experience”.

On Saturday night, Bulawayo-based township jazz group Cool Crooners will perform on the Book Cafe main stage.

Dancehall stars to rock Byo

Winky D and Shinsoman will descend on the City of Kings tonight for a show at the Amphitheatre that is expected to amplify the ecstatic mood that has been created by the ongoing Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF).

Tomorrow, South African star Elvovo Derango will perform at Stop Over Bar a mere 100 metres away from Club 40 40 dancehall artiste Killer T will be out to prove that he is the real dancehall godfather.

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