Charambas invade Chitown
28 September 2017
The Charambas are publicly re-launching their new albums Aba Father and Voice of Miriam at Aquatic Complex in Chitungwiza.
The show is for September 30 at a charge of US$3 adults and US$1 for kids.
Senior citizens will attend the show free of charge.
Pastor Charamba acknowledged the financial hardships that people are currently facing and has set low prices for the show.
“We know that many are going through some financial challenges and we anticipate a Holy Spirit driven event where such difficulties are taken away by the Lord.”
Pastor Charamba said that it’s been a while since they last performed in Chitungwiza and they are promising to deliver the best for their fans.
“It’s been a while since we had a concert at the Aquatic complex.
“We have an obligation of worshiping together with our fans country-wide and this shall be the first, followed by many others in other towns and cities,” said Pastor Charamba.
Pastor Charamba highlighted one of their biggest tasks ever since they started live performances as being the drafting of playlist.
“It’s always difficult to pick some songs and leave some and our fans usually demand varied titles and we have to depend on prayer so that the Spirit guides us on that and other areas.
“We will take an opportunity to perform all or most of our new songs as they are welcomed by the older ones on the fray,” he said.
He added that dance, prayer and fellowship shall be the major highlights according to their desire.
They are going to be supported and share the stage with Pastor Olinda, Silence Shasha and Kenny Mushuku.