ahead of his show on Friday at Glamis Stadium.
In an interview with NewsDay, C&A Entertainment director Clint Robinson, organiser of the show said: “We are expecting ‘Ele’ to touch down at Harare International Airport in the early hours of Thursday morning at about 1:20am, aboard the Kenyan Airways.”
“From there he will make his way to Rainbow Towers Hotel where he will be staying”.
“We shall give him time to rest considering the time of his arrival and later on at 4:30pm there will be a press conference for the media at the same hotel.”
Robinson said there would be a welcome party for the musician in the evening.
“After these activities he will be making his way to the Red Fox Hotel in Greendale to attend his welcome party,” said Robinson.
“On Friday we are expecting a vibrant and real dancehall concert.”
The organisers of the show also said that “Ele” would not be extending his stay in the country. Soon after he finishes his show he will be leaving for Tanzania where he is expected to perform at Malaika Beach Festival.
It is now clear to fans what to expect from Elephant Man since the organisers confirmed he will not be performing live with a band but will instead use back-tracks.
Popular tracks that fans are arguably anticipating to hear include Pon De River, Willie Bounce, Log on, Walking on Sunshine and other songs on several rhythms.
The show is also expected to draw a huge number of dancehall lovers arguably because of the comparatively low entrance fee of $5 and the line-up of popular local artists slated to share the stage with “Ele”.
Winky D will again get the chance to rub shoulders with Kingston’s best dancehall artists and probably remind dancehall lovers of his memorable performance when he curtain-raised for Beenie Man.
Other local artists slated to perform at this concert include Gusspy Warrior, King Shady, Sniper, Riccky Fire and Templeman.