THE 2023 Castle Lager National Braai Day held at Old Hararians Sports Club last weekend left a huge impression.
It turned into a fashion show as ladies were dressed for the occasion.
The sixth edition was held under the theme “The Beer Within Our Braai”.
Children, under the age of 18, were barred from attending the festival.
Heavy drinkers quenched their thirst at the event.
However, it should be mentioned that swag and colour marinated the biggest braai festival on the land.
Semi-naked ladies turned heads as they strolled across the spacious pitches.
Fights would break out as some cheeky men made moves on people’s partners.
Some two-timing ladies caused scenes as their men clashed at the event.
Some men were even dressed like women.
Fans also had a night to remember as all the artists on the line-up lived up to expectations.
Songbird Tamy Moyo proved her worth as a top performer.
The Chillspot duo of Levels and Fantan were on fire and so was Winky D, who put the icing on the cake.
Enzo Ishall had a good day in the office.
Dhadza D also did well.
The attendance was overwhelming as fans showed their hunger for big festivals.
The US$10 entry fee did not deter fans from attending the festival.
It was a festival of fun, colour, booze and good music.
“Zimbabweans need more of these festivals, which can make us forget our daily challenges,” Eddie Chivizhe, who travelled from Bulawayo, told H-Metro.
The organisers, Delta Beverages, should be commended for the way they organised this huge event.