Macheso dates Marondera

HARARE - Sungura giant Alick Macheso, backed by  his Orchestra Mberikwazvo Band, will kick-start his weekend shows at Legends Night Club in Marondera tonight before returning to Harare for a concert at Hurudza Tavern in Harare’s Tafara Suburb tomorrow.

On Sunday, the Tafadzwa singer will perform at a family show to be hosted by Manyame Park Night Club in Chitungwiza.

Sulu returns to Mushandirapamwe

After sharing the stage with music superstar Oliver Tuku Mtukudzi in Bulawayo tonight, Sulu will return to the capital city for a gig at Mushandirapamwe Hotel in Highfield’s Machipisa Shopping.

The Nyuchi singer will then wind up his weekend programme on Sunday at Club 007 in Glendale where he will share the stage with Peter Moyo.

Book Café to host World Poetry Day bash

Musicians Victor Kunonga and Vera Chisvo as well as poets Linda Gabriel and Batsirai Chigama are expected to be the star performers at the Book Café tomorrow where the World

Poetry Day will be celebrated.

The event has been organised by celebrated poet Barbra “Breeze” Anderson in honour of female poets Freedom

Nyamubaya, Kristina Rungano and the late Valeria Chaukura.

Artists set to perform at the event include rapper D-Block Keislim as well as poets Barbra Anderson, Linda Gabriel, Batsirai Chigama Wadzanai Chiuriri and Tinofirei Zhou as well as musicians Kunonga, Chisvo, Norman Masamba, Adrian Muparutsa and Lincoln Madengu.

Ras Caleb to star in Chingwizi fundraising bash

Junior Chamber International (JCI) member Paidamoyo Primrose Mafunda will host a fundraising bash tomorrow afternoon at The Grange Garden.

Mafunda is using her birthday celebration as a platform to raise funds for the Build Tokwe Mukorsi Project.

Zimdancehall artiste Ras Caleb of Tokwe Mukorsi fame will be the main performer of the event.

The award-winning Zimdancehall artiste will share the stage with DJ Eve, DJ Icytat and DJ Phatom.

For a two-dollar entry charge, revellers will have access to several competitions, jumping castles, low-priced beer and braai.

Guspy Warrior Birthday Bash in SA

Tonight The Safari International Hotel in Hillbrow, Johannesburg will host Guspy Warrior’s Birthday Bash which will feature artistes like Tocky Vibes, Killer T, Badman, Lady Squanda, Princo Spice, Jerry B, Nickie Spice, E-Man, Loud H, Mbada King, T Mula, Tee Floz, Ocean, Bolt Cutter, Dee Max and Garry B as the supporting acts.

Stunner Farewell Show at Book Cafe

Controversial hip-hop star Stunner, who is on the verge of touring the United Kingdom, will share the stage with Zimdancehall artiste Seh Calaz at the Book Café tonight.

Bled to launch debut album in Bulawayo

Blessing “Bled” Chimanga will present his debut album titled Dreams tomorrow night at the National Art Gallery. Bled will share the stage with an upcoming group called Tribe Roots.

Jazz Invitation to serenade Misty’s

Jazz Invitation, featuring Prudence Katomeni and young Courtney Rusike, will perform at Misty’s tonight.

The same venue will host The Outfit Band from Bulawayo which will perform after an afternoon show by Maisha.

Harpers’ birthday bash beckons

Dancer-cum-musician Beverly “Bev” Sibanda will share the stage with Mostaf, Lady Storm, Jiggaz and DJ Cables at Jongwe Corner tomorrow night at the birthday bash of her manager Hapaguti “Harpers” Mapimhidze.

Tich Mataz to rock Rainbow Towers

Tonight MK-One Entertainment will host a Ladies Choice Party at Rainbow Towers’ Aviators Bar where celebrated wheel spinners Tich Mataz and Ronnie Cool will provide entertainment.

Tomorrow the same party will continue at Rainbow Towers’ Sahwira where Tich Mataz will be joined by Ronnie Cool, Ashley Black and Iroq on the decks.

Faraidays at Pariah State

Tonight the Pariah State will host the regular Faraidays Concerts hosted by DJ Naida.

Another jazz show at Long Chen

Jazz music veteran Jabavu Jazz will hold their regular Friday night show at Bar Rounge at the Long Chen Plaza tonight.

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