Mizu Band dates Cockpit Lounge Friday

Mizu Band has become the first music group to perform at Cockpit Lounge within the same month after proving its mettle at the beginning of September.

Mizu band

That scintillating performance did not go unnoticed resulting into unending calls by its followers that prompted Cockpit management to oblige and the group will be performing Friday night.

Arguably one of the best cover bands in Malawi, the band cannot afford to slow down after raising expectations and it is their own reputation the group should be concerned about.

In a press release, Cockpit management has revealed that the calls by its clients have necessitated the return of the band Friday night after performing at the same venue at the beginning of the month.

“As Cockpit Management, we want to give our clients the best and we believe Mizu Band is one of the best bands. We were looking for the right moment and Friday night is the day we identified. We also want to clarify that the performance is taking place on Friday 29 September, 2017 and not Saturday as it has been indicated in some posters,” read part of the press release.

Mizu Band Manager Emmanuel Maliro said he is excited that Lilongwe fans have been looking forward to the band’s second performance within 30 days.

“The first performance was very impressive and people have been calling us to perform again. We are grateful to Cockpit for making it possible for us to perform again Friday night. Cockpit is a perfect venue for the kind of performance that Mizu Band offers,” he said.

Mizu Band is led by vocalists Jay Jay and Eunice Mhango. The show is expected to begin at 7.00 pm and the charges are K3,000 per head.

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