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The Basement

Saturday evening, Rockford Josphats, better known as Roki, will launch his latest album at The Basement. The 13-track album titled Karma features tracks Mativenga, Musanyadzisa and Maybe. It features some of the finest musicians and instrumentalists that include Andy Brown, Clive “Mono” Mukundu, Take5 and Mafriq. Mafriq and Sebede will also feature at the event.

Liquid Lounge Café

Liquid Lounge will on Friday night re-introduce the long gone “till six in the morning” clubbing life vibe where party people will do their thing till the next morning.

Friday and Saturday, DJs Dee Nosh and L-Roy (D&L) will be playing music which caters for different tastes kicking off with music from the 80s, then mixed genres including R&B, hip-hop, soul and house music. The Liquid Lounge is located at Rhodesville Shopping Centre.

Red Foxx

Red Foxx, the home of dancehall and Rastafarians which is situated in Greendale, will on Friday night host Mic Inity backed by Hotta Fire band back to back with Rebel Salute Sound. DJs Ash Styles and Nivek will be on the decks.

City Sports Bar

Friday night, Allan Chimbetu will thrill revellers with museve beats and Too Open will take over on Saturday. On Sunday, Banyana Bafana from Bulawayo will perform magic with their dancing skills.

The Kraal (Nyamachoma)

Mbira Dzenharira will serenade revellers with their mbira flavour on Friday night and DJ Flexx will take over on the decks Saturday evening. The same joint will host a family outing with Cultural Warriors Ensemble on Sunday to shut down the weekend line-up.

Café Noir

Saturday evening, T-Bass and P-Styles of Bass & Styles fame will be on the decks at Café Noir at the Helensvale shops.

Megga 1 (Pamahuswa)

Friday night Megga 1 in Graniteside will host a Friday thang with DJ Brian back to back with the Red Angels.

Club Liz

Friday night, there will be a “Make the circle bigger” party with hosts Divah and Joe. The event will be powered by MV Entertainment.

The Mannenberg

Reggae fans are in for a treat on Saturday evening when renowned reggae outfit Transit Crew descends on the Fife Avenue Shops-located joint. The Crew has rocked the venue with classic acts on numerous occasions.

Alliance Française

Victor Kunonga, fast becoming one of Zimbabwe’s most internationally celebrated male musical exponents, on Friday night invites his friends, jazz spitfires Sam Mataure (drums) and Enock Piroro (bass guitar) on stage for a fun-filled night of enthralling night of fresh, sophisticated, Zimbabwean afro-beat and afro- jazz-infused with traditional cross rhythms.

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