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Upcoming Events
  • The Parlotones Are Coming To Harare
    South African rock group The Parlotones have announced a concert to be held in Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, on Friday September 26, 2014 at the Borrowdale Race Course. In a tweet on the group's official Twitter feed, the band said "We're happy to announce we'll be back in Zimbabwe, 26 September 2014. It's gonna be awesome!" This concert will be the second time the group will be performing in Zimbabwe, after their show at The Vic Falls Festival in 2012. The band will be arriving in the country on Thursday September 25. The concert is organised by Sound Event Management and sponsored by Heineken.
  • Pee Kay Releases Collaboration with Busy Signal
    Zimbabwe's Pee Kay, of Ma 1 fame, has linked up with Jamaican superstar Busy Signal to make a collaboration that will no doubt get a lot of airplay on Zimbabwean radio. The name of the future hit is Show Me Love. Jay Reid of Bad Boy records linked the two together and the track was released for sale on the local market and to local radio earlier this month. Check it out below:
  • John Legend All Of Me Tour Cancelled
    Davies Events has officially announced the cancellation of the 'John Legend: All Of Me' show in a press statement released by the tour producers, Big Concerts in South Africa. The concert, originally scheduled for the 19th of November at the HICC, has been cancelled due to "unforseen logistical challenges" "Due to unforseen logistical challenges in moving the show between Cape Town, Harare and the recently added Durban show, Big Concerts regrets to advise that John Legend's Harare concert, scheduled for 19th November 2014 has been cancelled. "The refund procedure for ticket holders will be advised in the local press and radio as well as on the local promoter's website shortly. We will continue to support the Zimbabwe market and look forward to announcing the next International Artist scheduled to perform in Harare early 2015 in the next few weeks." Full face value refunds will take place from Wednesday 1 October to Friday 3 October 2014 at Ster Kinekor, Sam Levy's Village, Borrowdale.
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