Cal_Vin to headline Castle Lite party

HARARE - Celebrated rapper Cal_Vin, who scooped three Zim Hip Hop Awards last year after being nominated eight times, will headline Castle Lite Extra Cold Block Party set for Bulawayo on October 29.

The Lokishini Obama, as Cal_Vin prefers to call himself, will share the stage with five Bulawayo-based DJs who include DJ Liz, DJ Mzoe, DJ Kead Wikead, DJ Crazy Black, DJ Pam as well as comedian Babongile Sikhonjwa at the free gig to be held at corner Fife Street and 8th Avenue below Horizon Night Club.

Delta Beverages marketing manager Patricia Murambinda has promised a great event.

“Castle Lite returns once again to host the biggest and most anticipated street party of the year- the Castle Lite Extra Cold Block Party.

“This year’s event will be held in the City of Kings on the 29th of October 2016 from 3pm until late. As the name Extra Cold Block Party suggests, the event involves the closing off of select streets to create a party block within a designated area, where consumers gather to be entertained by the country’s top DJs and select artistes,” said Murambinda.

She added that Castle Lite will be sold on the day at reduced prices.

“In addition, a number of activities have been lined up for the event which include the new Castle Lite unlocker challenge, the extra cold challenge units and extra cold photo booth.

“Entry will be free on the day; however, access to the event will not be permitted to persons under the age of 18 years. As one of the stringent safety measures in line with international best practice at events, event-goers will not be permitted to bring onto the site any bottles, or any other beverage containers, narcotics, weapons, glass, or any other contraband materials. Screening measures will be in place to enforce this requirement,” Murambinda said.

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