The hyped DJ Oskido show that took place at Horizon on Christmas Day lived up to expectations as the veteran turntable master entertained hundreds of his fans.
Earlier, locally-based disc jockeys took turns to entertain revellers before Oskido came on stage after 1am.
Most fans were, however, disappointed with the sudden increase of gate charges that contrasted with what the organisers had advertised.
Most could be seen milling around the entrance to Horizon and questioning why they had to pay more.
One of the security details manning the entrance was unapologetic and advised the angry fans to just pay or leave.
“This is bad for planning. When one goes to a show they obviously have a budget. Promoters cannot randomly increase gate charges,” said one irate fan who said he was forced to pay because he loved Oskido’s music very much.
By 10pm the venue was filled to capacity as most people expected Oskido to perform before midnight.
They waited patiently and then surged forward towards the DJ box when Oskido was spotted making his way to the turntable.
Within minutes the venue turned into a place of jubilation. Some stood on chairs and tables to catch a glimpse of the turntable star.
He played most of the popular club hits and even led his fans to sing along to some of the tunes besides introducing new ones.
The climax of the show was when he played his hit song Believe and told his fans, who were dancing energetically, he enjoyed performing in Bulawayo.