Shoko 'early bird' tickets on sale

HARARE - Shoko Festival, which will be held at Alex Sports Club in Harare’s Milton Park area from September 25 to 28, has put early bird tickets on sale.

The tickets can be bought at Alliance Francaise in Harare as well as on www.shokofestival.com and www.webtickets.co.zw.

According to a statement released by Shoko Festival, a three-day pass that allows revellers unlimited access to the festival is selling at $30.

“The Early Bird tickets are available from now until the 17th of September 2014.

“There are limited numbers available so the Shoko organisers recommend that festival goers buy tickets now before they run out,” read part of the statement.

“After the end of the Early Bird tickets sale, regular tickets will go on sale.

“They are structured as follows: Shoko Festival Comedy night (Thursday) $15, Re-Inspire Concerts (Friday) $10 and Saturday Fiesta plus Re-Imagine Concerts $10 bringing the total of the daily tickets to $35.”

Shoko Festival Comedy night will feature Loyiso Gola (SA), Chester Missing (SA), Zambezi News (ZIM), Q the Boss (ZIM) and Seb Diesel (ZIM).

The Re-inspire Friday concerts will feature Nneka (GER), Netsayi (ZIM) Ammara Brown (ZIM) Tehn Diamond (ZIM) Rax&Raydizz (ZIM) and more.

Saturday will have poetry featuring Buddy Wakefield (USA), Ra Brown (USA), Black Anakin (ZIM), Aspya (ZIM) and many more.

The Saturday night Re-Imagine concerts will have the Layabouts (UK), Jason Le Roux, Rodney P (UK) Djembe Monks (ZIM) and many more.

Shoko Festival, which is produced Magamba Network, is Zimbabwe’s biggest festival of urban culture and will feature Electronic Dance Music, DJ Parties, Hip-Hop, Dancehall, Comedy, Spoken Word, New media discussions and Workshops.

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