Fun seekers in Liwonde, Lilongwe and Mzuzu are expected to have another busy and unforgettable weekend as they are set to watch and dance to live tunes from two of southern Africa’s giant artists Soldier Lucius Banda-representing Malawi and Clifford Kanene Dimba well known as General Kanene representing Zambia.
The shows have been organized by Zembani Music Company as one way of generating funds for the much anticipated grand show of Jamaican reggae artist Busy Signal who will be performing in Malawi for the second time ever at the Civo Stadium in Lilongwe on August 27, 2016.
The Malawi versus Zambia first show will take place at Ngoms Park in Liwonde on Friday 29th July before heading to Lilongwe at Wakawaka Hotel on Saturday 30th July.
The final show will be held at Squirrels Park at the Mzuzu Upper Stadium in the northern city of Mzuzu.
Patrons should expect to pay K2,500 at Ngoms and Squirrels Park while the Wakawaka show is pegged at K3,000 according to adverts.
At all the three venues, the list of supporting artists include Nepman of the Nalero fame, Limbani Dube, Sam Simakweli and Malawi’s female Ragga Maffin Wendy Harawa.
This will be the first time for Kanene to perform in Malawi since he was pardoned by Zambia President Edgar Lungu following his arrest and conviction over defilement charges.
Kanene was found guilty on the charge and was sentenced to 18 years imprisonment with hard labor but only served one year.