Sulu, Ammara, Killer T for Lake Fest

HARARE - Dendera musician Suluman Chimbetu, Ammara Brown and Killer T will be the headline performers at the inaugural Lake December Mega Festival set for December 10 at Lake Chivero.

The event will also feature DJs who include Judgement Yard and several wheel spinners who will be availed by Drimyard Entertainment.

Lake December Mega Festival director Terry Joe told the Daily News that the event will be the first of its kind.

“It will cater for the entire family and we also have services which are suitable for couples to have their quality time.

“While tickets start from $10, we encourage couples to book for the private lounge section which goes for $100 per person.

“The private lounge section package includes rooms,” Joe said.

Sulu, who has regularly performed at Lake Chivero at various other events, has promised to sample songs off his forthcoming album.

“We will take the opportunity to pre-launch our forthcoming album. It is a pleasure for us to be part of events like this,” said the dendera music star through his spokesperson Joe Nyamungoma.

Though Killer T could not be reached for comment, he is expected to popularise his just-released album titled Bvunza Tinzwe.

The album, produced by  Oskid  and Hot Property Records, comprises tracks such as Bvunza Tinzwe, Dai Maigona Kunamata, Hauchateerera, Kugara Newe, Mafans Angu, Mutoro Warema, Ndisungei, Nhaiwe Rufu,Umwe Wangu, Vakandinyararira,Vana Vangu,Vanorohwa Nemabeers” and Wakandigona.

The December 10 event could turn out to be a welcome gig for Ammara who is scheduled to tour South Africa from the end of this month.

She will perform at Ekurhuleni Boksburg Hotel in Johannesburg on November 26 before showcasing in East London on December 2.

The daughter of the late Andy Brown will wind up her tour of South Africa on December 3 at Amadoda.

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