Pamchenga Gospel Festival launches in Malawi

Gospel lovers will from this year, every year, enjoy a feel of divine touch on the shores of Lake Malawi, thanks to the organizers of Pamchenga Gospel Festival which launches this December in Salima.

Tamika Milimbo
Tamika Milimbo

Pamchenga Gospel Festival communications and corporate affairs director, Tamika Milimbo, told Nyasa Times after a presser in the capital Lilongwe that the initiative is geared towards “giving glory” God.

“Often there is a lot of pomp and glamour for secular festivals. We want people who love God to have a feel of the same too,” said Milimbo.

He disclosed that the festival will run annually and that this year’s will be simply inaugural at Sunbird Livingstonia Beach in Salima from December 2 to 4.

“We’ve invited celebrated Zambian artist Ephraim to be the guest artist,” he said.

Ephraim is famed for his hit Permanent which continues to enjoy massive airplay on the countries’ myriad radio stations.

Other artists during the festival, dubbed mega, will include Paul Banda, Patience Namadingo, Ethel Kamwendo and Kamuzu Barracks.

There will also be speakers such as Apostle Chitheka, Reverend Chimwemwe Mhango and Apostle Joseph Ziba.

Tickets are currently being sold out via various outlets such as Puma Filling Stations in Lilongwe, Shoprite in Mzuzu and Fountain of Victory Church International in Blantyre.

Family tickets are going at K40 000 for five while for individuals it is K10 000 for three days.

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Chiipira Adela
Chiipira Adela
5 years ago

I wonder why the Malawian Gospel artists always copy from the secular world. How will it feel to praise God in a bikini is it total praise or total insult. I think is a money making initiative. Malawi God fearing country.

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