Werras Park opens in style

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BY LIFE & STYLE REPORTER

IT was pomp and fanfare as top local dancehall artistes Killer T, Freeman and Seh Calaz delivered priceless performances at a packed Werras Park in Glen View 1 in Harare.

Werras Park is a new indoor and outdoor entertainment joint that officially opened its doors to the public on Friday night as the showbiz scene fast regains its spark following the lifting of COVID-19-induced hard lockdowns.

The park comprises a night club, butchery, an outdoor braai area, supermarket, child play centre and a car wash facility.



Throughout the trio’s separate performances, thousands of fans were kept on their toes singing along with some even perfectly aping their well-choreographed dance routines.

The trio’s craftsmanship reflected in its composition prowess has seen it becoming darlings of many dancehall music followers.

An array of up-and-coming artistes had warmed the stage alongside some wheel spinners before Killer T, Seh Calaz and Freeman in that order took to the stage.


Seh Calaz

Speaking to NewsDay Life & Style ahead of the opening, the venue proprietor and popular music promoter Samuel “Boss Werras” Saungweme said the park was a community project.

“I am so passionate about the arts and culture industry that I am committed to contributing to its growth. Through Werras Park, we want to create that opportunity for artistes across genres to have a platform to showcase their talents,” he said.


Killer T

“As Werras Entertainment we are committed to promoting arts in the country so we will create platforms for our artistes in friendly environments.”