Mu­chita, Juicer Mpos­tori New Year de­light

The Manica Post - - Education / Entertainment -

BUD­DING sun­gura artiste Sim­barashe Mu­chita and Juicer Mpos­tori will cur­tain up the year 2018 with a joint per­for­mance at Rozvi Sports on New Year’s Day.

The two artistes who have been dom­i­nat­ing Mutare’s en­ter­tain­ment scene fol­low­ing the re­lease of their high-rid­ing al­bums will share the same plat­form for the first time this year.

The show is dubbed “New Year’s Day Mega Gig”.

The bar, pop­u­larly known as Crèche Ye­mad­hara, has be­come one of the hottest en­ter­tain­ment joints in the sprawl­ing sub­urb of Dangamvura, thanks to its old school ses­sions and pool tour­na­ments.

Show or­gan­iser Ed­die Gopo con­firmed the show and said it was all sys­tems go.

“We are go­ing to start the New Year on a high note with two am­bi­tious artistes who have fared well in the lo­cal en­ter­tain­ment scene. This is also part of our ap­pre­ci­a­tion to pa­trons and rev­ellers who were al­ways with us,” he said.

Since its in­cep­tion, the wa­ter­ing hole, which is sit­u­ated at Ma­tongo Busi­ness Cen­tre, has pro­vided undi­luted en­ter­tain­ment through host­ing cel­e­brated em­cees and mu­si­cians.

The bar drew more rev­ellers this year af­ter the in­tro­duc­tion of old school ses­sions hosted by sound move­ment, Tuff Nuff. The ses­sions have proved pop­u­lar with rev­ellers in the sub­urb. The move­ment, which spe­cialises in old and new school mu­sic, is led by vet­eran wheel spin­ner DJ Ranga who boasts more than 20 years ex­pe­ri­ence on the turnta­bles.

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