Zambia’s Mampi to perform in Malawi in March

Mampi Mukape, Zambia’s R&B singer fondly known as Mampi will next month be in Malawi where she will have Easter holiday performances.

Nyasa Times has learnt that the Walilowelela singer will have five concerts in Lilongwe, Blantyre and Mangochi, courtesy of Phindu Promotions.

The Lusaka queen’s return follows her failure to show up at the Malawi vs. Zambia show organised by MultiChoice Malawi in Blantyre last December.

But her manager, Victoria Chembe, in a telephone interview from Lusaka told Nyasa Times that Mampi will be in Malawi come Easter festival.

Mampi: On stage.-Photo credit Post of Zambia
Mampi: On stage.-Photo credit Post of Zambia

s coming. I know her fans might have been disappointed but she will be there and make it up to them,” said Chembe on Sunday.

“Let’s burry the past and concentrate on this tour. If she failed to come in December doesn’t mean she won’t come again to Malawi. Mampi has been to Malawi twice and she is coming back, ready to give her best in all the five shows,” she added.

According to Abel Kumwenda of Phindu Promotions, Mampi will arrive in Malawi on 27 March and will have her first performance at Mungo Park in the capital the following day.

She will proceed to Blantyre the next day where she will perform at Robin’s Park before travelling to the Eastern Region where she will entertain her fans at Zitherepano in Mangochi.

She will be back to Lilongwe on 31 March for her fourth show at Lilongwe Golf Club before rounding up her Malawi Tour at Tiripano Leisure Centre in Lumbadzi on April Fools’ Day.

Mampi, a former Zambian representative at the Big Brother Africa reality TV show, has taken Malawi and other nations in the region by storm with her music.

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