IT will be glitz and glamour at Centurion Bar in Harare on August 14 as the joint relaunches with superstar Oliver Mtukudzi gracing the occasion.
Centurion houses a bar and a restaurant — a cosy lounge at Harare Sports Club and facing the cricket pitch, making it an ideal place to be during cricket games.
Centurion manager Jackie Nettelton said since they opened last year, they had been slowly undertaking renovations.
“The renovations we have carried so far have been meant to provide comfort for cricket enthusiasts who enjoy watching the sport from our bar,” she said.
The joint is not only dear to the cricket lot, but to the rugby fanatics as well as most usually pass by on their way to and from watching rugby games at Harare Sports Club.
Tuku’s performance on the evening will be complemented by resident DJ, Robbie Tee, who will be on the decks. Tickets to the relaunch have been pegged at $15.
Some of the renovations include the building of an exclusive VIP section in partnership with Johnnie Walker, which mainly caters for whiskey takers.