MicInity lines up three shows

HARARE - Reggae star MicInity begins his hectic schedule tonight with a show at Misty’s Club in Newlands.

Tonight’s concert is the second time the reggae artiste will be performing at the Harare Club since they granted him a permanent slot for his “Rub-A-Dub Wednesdays” concert.

The midweek concert, formerly hosted by the Book Café, used to be called “Weddy Weddy Wednesday.”

After his Misty’s show, the Freedom singer will head for Masvingo for a gig at Liquids Night Club. The Marondera-born MicInity last performed in Zimbabwe’s oldest town a couple of
Months ago. On Saturday, the reggae star, popular for his diverse playlists that cover lovers rock and dancehall, will perform in his hometown Marondera at Rat ‘n’ House.

Interestingly, MicInity will return to his hometown backed by House of Storm, a band that hails from the same town.

MicInity is confident the three shows will all be successful.

“Our concert at Misty’s last week was great. I am relishing my new status as resident performer at Misty’s and as usual I will do everything to help my fans beat the midweek blues,” he said.

Stuts Anje, the reggae star’s publicist, told the Daily News that the three shows scheduled for this week were part of MicInity’s new strategy to link up more with his fans particularly those based outside Harare.

“We are happy to be returning to Masvingo and Marondera because we have amazing fans there. These concerts are part of our on-going countrywide tours which have also taken us to
Mutare,” she said.

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