JAH Prayzah and DJ Tira to share stage, makes his 2022 debut South African performance in two weeks’ time in Johannesburg in what promises to be an explosive show.
The show will be an open-air event and will be held at the Midrange Country Club in Midrand on 23 April.
A spokesperson of the organisers of the show, Gauteng North Promotions, told Hmetro that it assured fans this will be one of the biggest shows they have ever hosted, and it has been dubbed “The Best of Both”.
Zimbabwean fans in South Africa have been on an entertainment “drought” due to the high costs of bringing in live performers to the country.
This show will be attended by both nationalities as it features two of the best performers in both countries.
“We last brought Jah Prayzah here in December 2020 and it has been a challenge due to Covid-19 restrictions.
“We are glad that all that is now in the past and all the logistics are in place to ensure that everything runs according to plan,” said Niederer Mupamhadzi.
It will be a family show and will start with performances from as early as 10am and shuts down by 10pm.
“We know Jah Prayzah and Tira command a very huge following across all genders and age groups.
“We have decided to make this a day time show to ensure that even kids can take part in this once-in-a-while show,” added Mupamhadzi.
The programme will feature a braai party as well as kids’ entertainment areas.
“As a family event, we have ensured we have ample parking and the security will be top notch.
“Despite the country having lifted Covid-19 restrictions, we still urge those that will be coming to the show to still ensure they have their masks and observe all the other protocols,” said Mupamhadzi.
There will be a number of other performers, including DJs Mr Gee, Badman, Mbare Boys, DJ Wenera, DJ Irie Dread and Firespitter.
The MCs of the day will be Abra Simmz and Tanya.
The last time Gauteng North Promotions staged a gig was when they also featured Jah Prayzah, Mambo Dhuterere and Zahara.
Tickets are already on sale at Computicket and the price will rise from the current R250 to R300.
Kids will pay R150.