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Club 32 Southerton
Club 32 in Southerton presents DJ Bento of BodySlam, DJ Mbale, Dj Ribbz and Dj Ribbz on the decks for what they call “Don’t Blame it on Alcohol Fridays” show.

Harare International Conference Centre
The Harare International Conference Centre main auditorium tonight hosts the belated commemorations to mark World Tourism Day. The concert is free. World Tourism Day is commemorated annually on September 27 to foster awareness of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic value.

Meanwhile, music marketing and distribution company Jive Zimbabwe tonight hosts the inaugural Celebrate Local concert aimed at utilisation of local resources for sustainable growth and development of local artistes from different genres.

Mbira diva Hope Masike, comedian Clive Chigubu, Mokoomba, Willom and Gary Tight, Victor Kunonga, Tariro neGitare, Alexio Kawara and Edith WeUtonga will take turns to entertain revellers.

Big Apple
Rising dancehall musician Mostaff will be joined by an array of chanters tonight in the capital as he launches his 11-track album titled Mhenyu Imhenyu which is already receiving fair airplay on local radio stations.

Among the artistes who will take turns to entertain revellers at the potentially explosive show are Kinnah, Dadza D, Lady Squanda, Guspy Warrior, Ras Caleb, Lipsy, Jerry B, Princo Spice, Jah Child, Empress Fina, T Makwikwi, Cello Culture and Jay Cee. Popular dancehall sound Judgment Yard and Templeman and Garry B are also expected to rock it on the decks.

Megga 2
The annual MUSICA Festival organised by the Embassy of Italy roars into life tomorrow with local female divas Cynthia Mare and Edith WeUtonga entertaining patrons at Megga 2 in Hatfield. The festival will be held until October 10 at various venues in the capital.
According to the event organisers, this year’s edition will feature international musicians like Blume Jazz Band, Simone Crinelli Quartet, Marco Maggiore, Pietro Tonolo and Antonio Jasevoli Band and more than 100 local artistes among them Oliver Mtukudzi, Filbert Marova, Josh Meck, The Outfit, Fungai Nengare, Afrika Revenge, Evicted, Hope Masike, Dudu Manhenga and Patience Musa.

The festival will also feature the second edition of the MUSICA Battle of the School Bands to be held on Sunday at St John’s College’s Spring Fair. Festival venues include Megga 2, Pabloz Night Club, Maestro’s, Music Crossroads, Harare International School, Heritage School, Zimbabwe German Society and Pamberi Trust.

Zebra Bar
Veteran sungura musician Alick Macheso and Orchestra Mberikwazvo on Sunday perform at Zebra Bar in Mbare supported by Pengaudzoke now under the leadership of Faheem Somanje.

Harare Gardens
Chipaz Promotions on Sunday hosts a family show featuring an unusual combination of artistes from different genres. Jah Prayzah headlines the gig alongside sungura musician Peter Moyo, gospel sensation Mathias Mhere and dancehall chanters Killer T and the conquering family boss Soul Jah Love.

Alfred Beit School
Apostolic Faith Mission Shiloh Word Miracle Centre Assembly tomorrow hosts Family Fun Day at Alfred Beit School in Mabelreign in the capital featuring an array of gospel musicians, among them Flame B, Mathias and Daniel Mhere, Shiloh Praise, Casey Sekiwa, Joseph Chiwara, Sebastian Magacha and Liberty Chiwara.

Club RTS
Zvimba Promotions presents raunchy dancer Beverly Sibanda and her Sexy Angels tonight as she entertains revellers at Club RTS at Domboramwari shops in Epworth.

Marandure Bar
Sungura musician Somandla Ndebele tonight entertains revellers at Marandure Bar in Mt Hampden. Tomorrow he performs at Madzibaba Spenlong’s birthday bash slated for Zororo Centre in Highfield before rounding off his weekend shows with a performance at Serengeto Night Club in Bindura.

Utano Cafe, Avondale
DP and Platinum Entertainment tonight presents the Dress Party of the Year at Utano Café in Avondale hosted by Beefy featuring wheel spinners Dee-Nice, Jammie-Cee, Carter and Fugee

Donnybrook
Drag racing enthusiasts will be in for a treat tomorrow at the Telecel Drag Race slated for Donnybrook Race Course in the capital. Since its inception in January 2012, the event has been pulling many fans.

Old Mutual Theatre
Stunning vocalist Eve Kawadza cements her reunion with Hararians tomorrow with a performance at Old Mutual Theatre, Alliance Francaise, in the capital.

Liquid Lounge, Gweru
Four dancehall sensations, Winky D, Soul Jah Love, Seh Calaz and Freeman will tonight date Midlands State University (MSU) students and their fans in Gweru in a show dubbed The MSU Summer Gig.

Sky Lounge, Marondera
Wheel spinners Smylie and The Legendary Sound tonight will be rocking it on the turntables at Miss Rolex’s birthday bash at Sky Lounge in Marondera

Mucheke Stadium, Masvingo
Residents of Masvingo and surrounding areas will be in for a treat tomorrow at the Masvingo Summer Festival 2015 pencilled for Mucheke Stadium headlined by Killer T, Seh Calaz, Ras Caleb and Soul Jah Love among other chanters. Veteran wheel spinner Garry B and Mc Godfather Templeman will be on the decks supported by rising DJs among them Cables, Gauleza and Shuva.

Academy Of Music, Bulawayo
Reunion Music Ministry and Thee Family Music both from Harare will tomorrow launch their separate albums at the Academy of Music in Bulawayo supported by Conquerers Africa.

Club 40, Bulawayo
Team Gabriel presents the College Manifesto bash at Club 40 in Bulawayo featuring Spider and Naked Weapons, Teflon, Binnola Binnole Mzoe and Theo.

COMPILED BY WINSTONE ANTONIO

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