Cassper Nyovest and Prince Kaybee to Take Harare by Storm
The long awaited concert which will hopefully take Harare by storm has a new date.
South African hip-hop and house music artistes Cassper Nyovest and Prince Kaybee are set to perform on November 10 at Glamis Arena in Harare.
The Mzansi stars were initially supposed to perform in the capital on September 22 at Glamis Arena but the show was cancelled due to cholera outbreak which killed at least 50 people across the country. Events Evolution, responded to a call by the government to halt public gatherings in a bid to contain the cholera epidemic.
The cholera outbreak did not only affect this concert but also a number of others including Ammara Brown’s Ammartia Ignite featuring Nigerian star Mr Eazi and the annual Chibuku Road to Fame among others.
The Doc Shebeleza hit maker performed in Harare last year September 2017 at an even meant to celebrate Impala Car Rental’s 10th anniversary. The Motswako rapper gave a scintillating performance keeping fans on their feet. He got fans singing along to most of his songs as he belted hits after hits among them Gusheshe, Tito Mboweni, Ghetto and Doc Shebeleza.
In 2015 Nyovest made history by becoming the first South African to fill up a 20 000 capacity Dome in Johannesburg without the help of an international act.
Prince Kaybee is electronic dance music DJ and producer who is popularly known for hit song Charlotte and other songs such as Yonkinto, Wajellwa and Friend Zone.
The Mzansi musicians are set to share the stage with local acts, including ExQ, Takura, Jah Signal, Dadza D and Nutty O among others. While DJs, including Chucknosis, Reverb 7 and Robbie Tee will the concert a certain vibe.
Tatenda Rushwaya Events Evolution representative mentioned that preparations for the concert were going according to script.
We are happy with how the preparations of the RSVP concert are going on and how tickets are selling so far. We are encouraging people to buy on time to avoid a last-minute rush
Advance tickets for the concert are selling at $10 at Avo Apparel, Kwame Mall, Hard Sounds Gulf Complex and Longcheng Plaza, Tropical Sounds and Sopranos in Avondale.