The Sunday Mail
When it comes to the month of February, the 14th is probably the most significant day of the month and as it draws near, the Valentine’s fever is already in the air.
Before that day arrives though, there is still this weekend to get past and there are a number of exciting events taking place that might be worth your while.
Transit Crew Live at Legends
Transit Crew is one of the country’s biggest brands when it comes to reggae music and tonight they take their act to Legends Bar and Grill.
Tonight’s show is a bit special as it coincides with the birthday of one of their instrumentalists popularly known as Liber.
To spice up the birthday bash, numerous surprise artistes are also set to perform.
Blessing Chimanga invades Bulawayo
Talented instrumentalist Blessing Chimanda and his crew are set to perform tonight at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo.
The highly acclaimed instrumentalist and songwriter earned a name for himself after collaborating with various well-known local and international musicians including Max Covini, Amanda Ladabanda, Josh Meck, Dudu Manhenga, Hope Masike, Postor G, the late Chiwoniso Maraire and Andy Brown to name just a few.
He has toured countries such as South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Mozambique, Norway, Sweden, Italy and the U.K.
“Ask Me Again” Hope Masike Poetry Book Launch
Mbira artiste Hope Masike is launching a poetry book “Ask Me Again” tonight at Gallery Delta.
Being one of the biggest names on the mbira scene, it will be interesting to see how she handles herself as a poet.
“I am excited to be launching my very first book, an anthology of English poems called ‘Ask me again’. Do join me for the book launch concert at Gallery Delta as I celebrate this new leg of my career,” said Masike in a statement.
Having grown to become the biggest monthly outdoor, The Cookout continues to improve with every edition.
This Sunday the action will be at Alex Sports Club where several top DJs are set to entertain merrymakers that are attending the event.
This edition has already generated significant hype on social media and promises to be even more exciting than the first edition of the year.
Back2Jazzics with Masa Caroleen
For jazz music lovers, Chez Zandi has been the destination of choice for a while now as the restaurant hosts the Back2Jazzics show every Sunday.
This weekend the gig will be headlined by Masa Caroleen, who dropped her debut album “Pamusoroi” a few months ago.
The artiste, whose vocal prowess cannot be disputed, rarely disappoints when she is performing live on stage. She will be seeking to reconnect with her fans as this is her first major performance in 2020.