Macheso dates Kadoma

HARARE - Tomorrow, Macheso will return to one of his favourite venues in Kadoma, Coloursell, formerly called Odys Night Club. The following day the Tafadzwa singer will be back in the capital city for a family show at Zimhunhu Bar in Epworth.

Mutare comes to Harare

Three iconic Mutare bands; Runn Family, Assegai Crew and the Moodley Brothers will perform on the Book Café main stage tomorrow night.

The combined show featuring three celebrated bands from the eastern border city is expected to be the main highlight on Harare’s entertainment calendar.

Macheso, Peter date Pamuzinda

Ice and Fire Pamuzinda, an entertainment joint situated along Harare-Bulawayo Road, will host sungura ace Alick Macheso and rising sungura star Peter “Young Igwe” Moyo tonight.

Tomorrow Young Igwe, as Moyo is affectionately known in showbiz, will perform at Takarangana Night Club in Harare’s Hatcliff suburb before winding up his weekend programme on Sunday at Jongwe Corner in the Capital City.

Tatenda Mahachi to grace Sama awards

Rising gospel musician Tatenda Mahachi will present an award at the South Africa Music Awards (Sama) ceremony to be held at the International Cricket Centre in Durban on Sunday.

After the awards, Mahachi will record a duet with South African musician Sifiso Ncwale in a song titled Ndisiye Satan.

Radost Platinum hosts Tryson, Progress

Dendera artiste Tryson Chimbetu and Progress Chipfumo of Sounds of Motherland will share the stage on Sunday at the popular entertainment joint located at Long Cheng Plaza in Belvedere.

The two artistes will be supported by upcoming chanter Looga Diamond (real name Simbarashe Chamboko) and the joint’s resident DJ Switch Bas.

Sulu returns to Dandaro

Suluman Chimbetu begins his weekend shows tonight at Dandaro Inn which is based in the Harare Exhibition Park.

The following day at the same venue, Huggies Entertainment Old School will take revellers down  memory lane.

Shows galore at Book Cafe

Mawungira eNharira and Mbira DzeNharira will feature in a rain ceremony (Bira Remukwerera) on the Book Café Main Stage tonight.

Before the mbira gig, there will be the monthly Jibilika Dance event dubbed Step Up 2 HIV Cypher which will give way to the Sistaz Open Mic.

This month’s edition of the event, meant to showcase female artistes, will commemorate the beginning of the 16 days against gender violence 2014.

The event will feature guest poet Mercy “Extreme Sanity” Dhliwayo, and Tamy Moyo with a special performance by the College of Music All-Female Band.

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