JP headlines Feast Concert

Latwell Nyangu

JAH Prayzah will tomorrow headline the St Ignatian Feast Concert aimed at fundraising for St Paul’s Musami Hospital at the Old Hararians Sports Club.

This fundraising music show is being held courtesy of the Jesuit Province of Southern Africa for St. Paul’s Musami Hospital.

The show’s communications officer, Kudakwashe Matambo confirmed in a statement.

“The Jesuit Province of Southern Africa is set to curate the second annual edition of ‘The St Ignatian Feast concert’ a fundraising show where Jah Prayzah will be our main show attractor.

“This fundraising music show for St Paul’s Musami Hospital is in line with the Biblical principle of pure religion, that of caring for each other, especially in times of need.

“The hospital is located at St Paul’s Musami Mission, about 73 km South East of Harare in Murehwa district, and is a 150-bed health care facility serving mostly the rural population of Murehwa.”

He added:

“The Jesuit Province of Southern Africa prides itself in engaging in philanthropic work and such an endeavour requires financial backing.

“It is against this background that we are curating the second edition of The St Ignatian Feast concert to merge philanthropy and music and we are excited to have Jah Prayzah on board.

“It’s all hands on deck and we are calling all music lovers to come and attend this concert, enjoy the music, and make a difference.

“We are also accepting donations and the concert is expected to attract about 5 000 guests who will see Jah Prayzah being backed by some of the best Catholic choral groups such as ROMAC, Humbled Voices, and Deo Gracias.

“Other performances will be from DJ Smith, Fr Mobie Musakatiza and The Unveiled.”

He said tickets will cost US$5 in advance and US$10 at the gate for ordinary guests and VIP tickets are going for US$35.

The hospital was established in 1961 and hosts all kinds of patients and this requires state-of-the-art equipment such as resuscitation equipment, dental and Digital x-ray machines, and a new ambulance among other operational needs for the hospital.

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