VIP tickets for Blue Mingoli sold out: Namadingo to share stage with Zonke

With tthe clock ticking fast to this year’s Blue Mingoli concert featuring South Africa’s Zonke and Malawi’s Patience Namadingo, music lovers are grabbing their seats to the concert with VIP tickets now sold out.

Unyolo: Rush on tickets

Unyolo: Rush on tickets

This leaves standard tickets pegged at K20,000 on sale in selected branches of Standard Bank namely Capital City, Lilongwe and Gateway Mall in Lilongwe, Blantyre and Ginnery Corner branches in Blantyre.

Standard Bank Head of Marketing Thoko Unyolo said the development demonstrates that customers are ready to be part of this memorable event at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe on November 5, 2016.

“I’m pleased to report that we have sold out all VIP tickets.  We now have only Standard tickets which are going for K20,000. We are confident that our audience will enjoy a memorable event in a safe and comfortable environment,” said Unyolo.

She said preparations for the 2016 Blue Mingoli concert are on course.

“We are working round the clock with both our local and international partners to ensure that we host yet another great Blue Mingoli concert. As the day draw closer, more partners are coming on board and committing to making November 5 a day to remember for the arts and entertainment industry in Malawi,” she said.

Now in its fourth year, Blue Mingoli is the Malawian version of international jazz concerts that the Standard Bank group hosts around Africa.

Artistes who have featured in previous editions of the concert include platinum Grammy Award-winning jazz maestro, Earl Klugh and South African award-winning artistes Zahara and Lira.

This year’s Blue Mingoli concert is under the theme; “More than Music.”

Standard Bank has created Blue Mingoli to provide a platform for cross learning among local  and international artistes while offering an opportunity to interact with  clients. It also offers an opportunity for exposure of visual artists who are often overlooked.

In line with the bank’s purpose of Together Driving the Growth of Mother Malawi, the event is to help develop the arts industry by generating revenue for players in technical production, sound engineering, lighting, advertising, event management and the hospitality industries.

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