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Pleasure spots in and outside Harare have gone full circle in so far as providing the much needed entertainment to those seeking a night out for both Christmas and Boxing Day. No doubt, music lovers are spoiled for choice with a number of gigs lined up across the country before most performing artistes go on their annual leave in Janurary, a period which is normally quiet.

Jah Prayzah

The “Tsviriyo” singer will tonight perform in Kuwadzana before taking his act to Karoi at Chikangwe Tarven where he shares the stage with Winky D.

On Saturday, he will be performing at Legends Bar in Marondera before heading to Chipinge where he will be performing at Dzonzai Night Club on December 28. He will finalise his tour in Rusape at Vhengere Hall.

The musician said people should just look forward to a great show.

Marondera promoter Daniel Masaiti promised a great show saying people should come and witness the soldier who returns to the venue after a long time.

Alick Macheso

The musician returns to Harare on Friday when he performs at Big Apple.

The sungura ace will then take his act to Ice and Fire Pamuzinda on New Year’s Eve before finishing off his big schedule at Dandaro Inn at the show grounds on January 1.

One of the show promoters Patson “Chipaz” Chimbodza promised a great show saying the musician has more to offer to his fans.

Suluman Chimbetu

The musician will perform at TP Rukao in Chegutu on Christmas Day.

Peter Moyo

Tonight, he plays at Mupambadzire Nite Club in Gweru and on Christmas day he returns to his home for a performance at Mbizo Inn before taking his act to Bulawayo on December 26.

Blessing Shumba

Following the release of his album “Ndi Jesu” the musician will perform at Nyika Growth Point on Saturday. On Sunday he will stage a family show in Jerera and on December 29 he will perform in Renco Mine. On December 30 he will perform in Triangle before rounding his busy schedule in Chiredzi on New Year’s Eve.

Source : The Herald