Afrobeats Sunday Soul Session at Botanic Gardens

2015-12-23 06:00
PHOTO:file DJ Jerry Jones.

PHOTO:file DJ Jerry Jones.

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FOR the who’s who of Pietermaritzburg who would love to have some fun after a hardworking year, the Botanical Gardens will host an Afrobeats Sunday Soul Session on 27 December.

The event which will see different old school deejays sharing the stage is done by Think Big Marketing Strategies in partnership with local businessman Bongani Ndlovu.

Event organiser Zazi Nxele said: “While there are so many festivities around this period, this will be a platform for those who have worked hard throughout the year to relax, network and reflect on the challenges and achievements this year.

“We want people to relax, there will be good food, good music and good company. Diffferent deejays such DJ Bob Mabena, T-Boz Mokwele, Muzi “Afro Music” Nkosi, Vusi Letsoalo, Msizi Shembe, Jerry Jones and Mandla Mdletshe will be sharing the stage. “People may bring their business cards as it will also be a networking session.”

The session will start from 12am to 12pm. Tickets are available at R250 including buffets. Alcohol will be sold at the venue but people may bring their cooler boxes and businesses may book tables for their staff members. Only 250 tickets are available. People may book by contacting Nxele on 072 1500 858 or email thinkbigpromotions@ gmail.com or contact Ndlovu on 073 931 8504. Tickets are available at KZN Capital 104 FM, UMgungundlovu FM, Publicity house and Botanical Gardens.

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