Winky D, DJ Flevah invade Byo

HARARE - Ninja president Winky D will share the stage with Judgement Yard’s DJ Flevah at Club Horizons in Bulawayo tonight.

Mannex for Summer Braai Party

On Sunday, Harare’s Holly’s Hotel will throw a Summer Braai Party where entertainment will be provided by reggae singer Mannex alongside Bev and Sexy Angels

Utakataka Express returns to City Sports Bar

Peter Moyo and his Utakataka Express are expected to thrill Eddy’s Kite in Chegutu tonight before moving to Mushandirapamwe Hotel in Highfield’s Machipisa Shopping centre tomorrow.

On Sunday, Moyo will perform at City Sports Bar where he will be supported by sister Rudo.

City Sports Bar hosts Summer Dance

On Tuesday City Sports Bar features Splash featuring Bev, Apama, Lady Storm, Manjenjenje, Creamy Lolipops, Super Rocks, Shining Angels and Roca Stars among others.

Nyabinde to charm City of Kings

Afro-jazz veteran Bob Nyabinde will perform at Miriam’s Bar located in Bulawayo city centre.

Macheso to serenade Byo

Sungura kingpin, Alick “Cheso Power” Macheso, will perform at the Amphitheatre tonight despite the fact that the City of Kings will also be hosting Winky D, DJ Flevah and jazz star Bob Nyabinde.

After the Bulawayo show, Macheso will perform in Gweru tomorrow at the Circus Hall.

Chimbetus to share the stage

Dendera artiste Allan Chimbetu will share the stage with his son Douglas and nephew Tryson in a family fun day concert at Las Vegas on Sunday.

Sulu, Tuku to share stage

Dendera musician Suluman Chimbetu will begin his weekend programme tonight at Dandaro Inn in Harare Showgrounds where he is expected to show his latest album Gunship.

Tomorrow, Sulu will share the stage with Tuku at Pakare Paye Arts Centre before moving to Seke where he will perform alongside Jah Prayzah at Guti Gardens on Sunday.

Vera to launch single

Rising singer-songwriter Vera Chisvo will launch a single called Right Man at the Book Café this evening. The song is part of the young singer’s forthcoming album — My Name is Vera — to be released next year. Music fans will not pay to attend the launch.

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