Tarrus Riley jets in tomorrow
24 October 2017
Popular Jamaican reggae artiste, Tarrus Riley is expected in the country tomorrow for his maiden performance set for Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) this Saturday.
Tarrus Riley will arrive around midday with his full eight member band (The Black Soul) which includes Jamaican saxophonist legend Dean Fraser.
Tickets to the event are going for $20 general entry whilst VIP and VVIP is going for $50 and $100 respectively.
Tickets are already available online on the webticket website www.webtickets.co.zw as well as Star FM studios and HICC auditorium reception.
Triplife Entertainment spokesperson confirmed the reports.
“We are expecting Tarrus and his full band on Wednesday (tomorrow) around 12 midday.
“We had to bring him early because we want to take him on a mini tour and also afford several of his fans an opportunity to meet him.
“All those that would like to give a warming welcome to the singer should make their way to the airport.”
The potentially exciting show, likely to be a full house, also has supporting acts in Jah Prayzah, Soul Jah Love, Seh Calaz, Killer T, Templeman and Garry B, Judgement Yard, Gary Tight and DJ Cables.
Tarrus Riley is popular for hit songs like Gimme likkle one drop, Sorry is a sorry word, We run it (Jamaica), Human nature, Burning desire and Mankind among many others.
Born Omar Riley in New York, USA but raised in Jamaica, Tarrus is son to the late veteran reggae singer Jimmy Riley.