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BEENIE MAN euphoria hits h-town

By Entertainment Reporter / Published on Tuesday, 08 Aug 2017 14:57 PM / No Comments / 1898 views

8 August 2017

ORGANISERS of the inaugural Spring Festival to be headlined by Jamaican chanter Beenie Man at Alex Sports Club say they are not bothered by other shows being held on the same day.

In fact they believe fans will make a choice regarding to where to attend since it is being held on the last day for the Harare Agricultural Show.

On the same day Beenie Man will be performing at Alex Sports Club, fellow countryman Dermaco meets Hararians at the Longcheng Plaza.

And being the busiest day on the entertainment calendar in Harare, 2 Kings Entertainment who are behind the Spring Festival, have since stepped up preparations will tickets selling like hot cakes.

“There has been talk that August 26 will be a busy day but as 2 Kings, we are not bothered by what others are doing.

“In fact, we are focused on what we do and in this case, we have stepped up preparations and tickets are now available.

“Advance tickets are selling fast at designated outlets include Borrowdale Samsung shop and Coloursel branches in Westgate, Newlands, Eastgate Coloursel shop Angwa/J Moyo Coloursel shop R Mugabe/Angwa Coloursel shop R Mugabe/ L Takawira shop, Farell Avondale(7 Arts building), Star FM Info 0772 693 490.

“Tickets are being sold at $5, $10, $15m $20 and $25 respectively.”

To ensure fans get real value for their money, Dee Nosh said they have put in place a star-studied lineup to support the Jamaican chanter.

These include Winky D, Jah Prayzah, Soul Jah Love, Queen Vee, Cindy, Rob Macson, Rax the DJ, Raydizz, Juice, Selecta and Judgement Yard.

“Judging by the line-up that we have put in place, we hope fans will get real value for their money and we hope fans will enjoy.

“We hope to start as early as after launch and ensure that we give fans real value for their money at this fun-filled day.

“It’s indeed a show not to be missed and being our inaugural festival, we do promises a show of a lifetime.”

Despite being trend-setters in the game, Dee Nosh said they will not rest on their laurels as they anticipate a festival of a lifetime.

“Like we indicated earlier this year, as 2 kings, we have come up with this themed event which caters for various genres.

“We are aware it will be held on the last day of the Harare Agricultural show but we have done ll the ground work to ensure fans get real value for their money.

“Last year at the same period, we hosted Mafikizolo and KO and it was a huge success. This time around, we are hosting Beenie Man, another crowd puller.

“Since we have been holding most events in HICC, we have decided to move to an outdoor place for mixed crowd.

“Being the first edition, we urge fans and all races to come and have fun with us and we guarantee them a show to remember.”

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