Macheso returns to Jozi

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Macheso returns to Jozi ALICK Macheso


Blessed Katiyo in JOHANNESBURG 

ALICK Macheso is this Friday expected to wow his Johannesburg fans in a one-off show at Bundu Village (formerly Platinum Lounge) in Cosmo City, north of here.

Macheso is not new to this open air venue and has regularly filled up the popular spot in recent years.

It will be the band’s second return to South Africa this year and may possibly be the last for 2022.

The show is the brainchild of JJ Productions, who are no strangers in this game.

“We are ready to host Macheso and his whole entourage.

“We are happy with the way presale tickets are moving on Ticketpro and we are urging all fans to get their tickets early to avoid chaos on Friday night,” said the spokesperson of JJ Productions, Chenjerai Kadzinga.

“We have lined up some top artists to be part of the gig, among them Ras Bledz, Vicious and the ever-improving amapiano sensation Stylekid.

“Comedian Apama will also be there as we try to cater for all types of arts and musical tastes.

“Our security, for both patrons and vehicles, is top notch and fans must just come and experience a good time.

“We have ensured both food and drinks are adequate for the hundreds we are expecting to turn up.”

There will also be DJs on rotation, such as Mr Gee, DJ Firespitter, DJ Muzukuru and Badman. 

Popular MC Rico Myers, who has become a regular feature at almost all gigs, is expected to hype up the crowd.

The Alick Macheso camp confirmed they will be in Johannesburg on Friday night for the gig.

“Indeed, we are coming and, as usual, there will be a lot of musical surprises from the band and we urge all our fans to come in their dozens.

“We always try to lift the bar higher each time we are in South Africa and this Friday will be no different,” said the Mberikwazvo publicist Tich Makahamadze.

“The support that we always get from our SA fans is beyond measure and we assure them that we will not disappoint.”

Live shows by Zimbabwean-based artists have been few and far between this year, due to the high operational costs involved.

This might just be one of the few occasions that Joburg-based fans will have a taste of home, musically.

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