Stodart Hall Bodyslam Entertainment tonight presents PTK’s birthday bash at Stodart Hall in Mbare were an array of both upcoming and renowned dancehall chanters will take turns to entertain revellers.
Artistes billed to perform include Shinsoman, Killer T, Soul Jah Love, Terminator, Ras Pompy and Maffcat, among others. Rocking it on the decks will be DJs Fantan, Simshow, Diaspora, Trinity Family and Bimma among others.
AFRO-JAZZ star Willom Tight and his son Gary Tight share the stage tonight at Book Café. The show is dubbed Titambire Nyere.
Willom Tight will be staging his second show having performed at Belgravia Sports Club when he shared the stage with South African house music group Uhuru of Y-Tjukutja fame.
The venue will also host upcoming 13-year–old mbira musician Tendai Mavengani, a product of Sistaz Open Mic who will be launching her debut CD Destiny. Destiny is a six-track album with songs like Tinunurei Mwari Baba, Wakaronga and Pfuma among others.
Rising neo-soul artiste Prayer Donovan Mtamangira, better known as Prayersoul, and his live band tonight perform at Pariah State.
Pole dancer-cum-musician Beverly Sibanda and her manager Hapaz will on Sunday host their belated birthday celebrations at Private Lounge in the capital.
The potentially explosive bash dubbed Double Birthday Bash will feature an array of dancers and musicians from different genres including Zoey and her Red Angels, dancehall chanters Shinsoman, Qounfuzed, Warrior Kid, Tryson Chimbetu, Dino Mudondo and dance groups like Pala Pala, Crazy Boyz and Unique Queens among others.
Gijima Sports Bar
Jazz ensemble Talking Guitars will tonight serenade fans at Gijima Sports Bar at the corner of Kwame Nkrumah Avenue and Park Street, Harare.
City Sports Bar
The popular joint tonight hosts Ronnie Bere’s 35th birthday bash. Dancers, musicians and promoters, among other guests, are expected to grace the potentially explosive gig.
Big Apple Club
The joint located at the corner of Mbuya Nehanda Street and Nelson Mandela Avenue in Harare tonight hosts a gig dubbed Zimdancehall Winter Shake Off Part 1 featuring Soul Jah Love, Killer T, Tocky Vybz and Platinum Prince among others chanters.
Veteran jazz artiste Bob Nyabinde and his Savanna Drive band perform at Hiltop Tavern in Warren Park tomorrow.
Nyabinde, nicknamed The Headmaster, expected to belt out his hit songs such as Chabuda Hapana and Ndiratidze among others that have made him one of the top jazz musicians in the country.
The musician has worked with different artistes and is still making waves with his latest album Anzwa Hama receiving fair air play on the local radio stations.
Lion King Restaurant
Chimurenga musician Biggie Chabvonga and his Ngorimba Fusion band perform at Lion King Restaurant tomorrow.
De Javu in Kuwadzana tomorrow hosts Potipher Mopo, the eldest son of retired musician Mike Mopo of Nherera Ndimambo fame, and his Zinawa Band. Mopo will share the stage with Jah Prayzah and his Third Generation band.
Club Las Vegas
On Sunday Club Las Vegas presents Reggae/Dancehall Chill Out Sunday Afternoon sessions with Baffalo X and wheel spinners like DJ Flava Woody, Bento, E Blaze and Fire Clan among others
Club Changaz, Centenary
Contemporary musician Jah Prayzah and his Third Generation band travel to Mashonaland Central tonight for a performance at Club Changaz in Centenary.
The Tsviriyo singer rekindles his romance with his Centenary fans having starved them for almost four years. The performance will also be the official introduction of the fans to his latest offering Kumbumura Mhute.
Ritz Night Club, Masvingo
Sungura outfit Extra Kwazvose, who successfully launched their second album last week, tonight performs at Ritz Night Club in Masvingo. Tomorrow they perform at the official opening of Huruyadzo Nite Club, Chivi Turn-Off, before wrapping up their weekend programme with a performance at Joy Centre Makoni alongside Suluman Chimbetu.
Rainbow Cinema City, Bulawayo
Local stand-up comedians Clive Chigubu Q the Boss, Keith Nkosi and Nomsa D tonight perform at the Rainbow Cinema City One at the Bulawayo Centre.
Upcoming comedians Nkosi and Nomsa D will open the show with Nkosi bringing his Injiva stories of the life of an immigrant in South Africa while Nomsa D picks on the experiences that women go through and turning those into hearty comedy. Entertainment Reporter