Malawi Airlines, Standard Bank partner with Epic Lounge for AKA’s ‘All white party’

The corporate world has joined  hands for  the South African hip hop  artist AKA’s vibe and Epic Lounge’s  ‘All white party’ with Malawian Airlines and Standard Bank being the latest brands.

AKA’s coming to Malawi

Malawian Airlines is sponsoring a business class ticket for the ‘Supa Mega’ and three more economy class tickets for his booking manager, road manager and his Deejay.

Owner of Epic Lounge, Yollam Kawanga told Nyasa Times they are pushing the standards.

“Epic is taking its game to another level, partnering with big brands like Standard Bank and Malawian Airline,” Kawanga said.

Standard Bank has offered to give away 10 tickets to its customers with visa card by indulging themselves in sharing the giveaway post on social media platform Facebook, something they do on a daily basis.

Facebook users have to also inbox a creative picture with one’s visa card and a caption of why they love banking with Standard Bank. Five most creative entries will win two tickets each.

Kawanga said tickets sales are going on than they expected pointing out that by Monday they could be announcing they are sold out.

200 tickets were printed for the event and by Tuesday he said thee tickets are almost done selling out with a growing demand.

This comes on the back drop of Malawians saying they event was ‘too expensive’.

Kawanga explained that Epic is an exclusive lounge which aims at giving it clients exclusive access and a sensuous experience.

AKA has already confirmed he will be coming to Malawi in a video clip meant to promote the show and garner up more tickets sells.

Tickets are going at K150,000 for the ladies, with the gentlemen pegged at K180,000, K300,000 couples or plus 1 and K200,000 VVIP.

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Angoni apaphata
Angoni apaphata
6 months ago

Kodi Malawi airlines ili ndi ndege zingati pano? Ma promotion tikumva ambiri tatiuzanino kuti how big are you and what kind of airplanes do you have plus services.

KENT
KENT
6 months ago

Za usatana zopanda nchito izi!

Pixie
Pixie
6 months ago
Reply to  KENT

Honestly dude, what you don’t like or agree with isn’t satanic 🙄🙄

David
6 months ago

Am a South African citizen after reading how much AKA will cost you people in Malawi I say to myself are the promoters smoking Nyaope or weed which they can’t see that this amount it undermine the local artists in Malawi why should you people agree to pay so much money for this crown show it’s hard time for musicians in Malawi to boycott this show not even a single local artist must open for his gig cause this boy thinks his the best in African and blame your own promotes who undermines your talent you Malawian musicians make your… Read more »

#NextPresident
6 months ago
Reply to  David

Well written David i agree with you at 100%

David
6 months ago

This is so unfair to the local artists how your treating AKA even Malawi airline has offers him business class ticket and his changing lot’s of money for people of Malawi what kind of promoters are you I been reading paper’s and see how you had come in board with AKA stop this nonsense u also need to value the local artists and support them the same way you’re treating AKA, here in south africa his one of the artists who also cry over the treating of US artists cause he say their treated better than local artists now it’s… Read more »

Alex mgeni
Alex mgeni
6 months ago

Kodi kunyenga ndi ulele kumeneko?

Sipho
Sipho
6 months ago
Reply to  Alex mgeni

Kunyenga, mowa mogo za ulele.nde kuti kubwele jay z ticket izakhala 1 million tu.setting standards as they are calling it does not mean u have to charge the highest

Soldier
6 months ago

Even Beyonce ticket siyifika $180
Imakhala around $70

Uyo
Uyo
6 months ago

Paja Ben ndiwe wa ku std banki, and ku epic ndikumene ma drugs ako mmagulisa. Standard bank as blue chip as you are why would you associate yourselves with a place that is a haven for drugs mainly supplied by your member of staff. Kaya paja biziness ku Malawi yasokonekera.

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