Rimuka Stadium in Kadoma was a hive of activity as Oliver Mtukudzi and Sulumani Chimbetu ignited the town with a spectacular show on Friday night.
People from all walks of life came from the town and its surrounds to witness the gig, which ended on Saturday morning.
Also performing was the late Paul Mpofu’s son Bruce, who showed that he has the potential to uphold the legacy that his father left.
Mpofu warmed the stage in the early hours of the show before Mtukudzi came, amid wild cheers from the audience.
He delivered a good performance that left people asking for more through most of his popular hits. Fans sang along many of the songs and danced all night long.
Mtukudzi was joined on stage by Chimbetu, who surprised many as he took to the congas and did backing vocals for the superstar.
Mtukudzi reciprocated when Chimbetu got on stage and they did the song Kwedu together, much to the amusement of the crowd.
“I have really enjoyed the show. People in Kadoma are very supportive and they like their music. It was our first time to perform together here and the response was quite encouraging. It was such a great show,” said Chimbetu.