Sound Freak Entertainment set for music show in Blantyre
Sound Freak Entertainment Co-founder, DJ Wayne, said that everything is in place for the show slated for October 23 at Blues Bar and Restaurant in Blantyre city.
One of the country’s entertainment events companies, Sound Freak Entertainment says it set to host a music show slated for October 23 at Blues Bar and Restaurant in Blantyre city.
In an interview, Sound Freak Entertainment Co-founder, DJ Wayne, said that everything is in place for the show to take place.
“We are very much set for the upcoming show and at the event, people should expect to experience some exciting moments with good music performed by various musicians who will be supported by talented DJs,” DJ Wayne said.
He added that the show will be hosted by DJ Maya and it has been organized as one way of promoting country’s urban artistic talents.
“The show has been organized to promote and push urban arts both on the DJs as well as musicians in the country,” he said.
Some of the big names in country’s urban music who are on the line up to perform at the show include; Nepman and Achina Gattah Ase while DJs who will be live on the music deck are; DJ Wayne, DJ West and DJ Slow Mo.
According to DJ Wayne, people who wish to patronize the show will be asked to pay entry fee of K2000 and they will also be asked to observe all Covid-19 preventive measures such as wearing of masks during the show.
DJ Wayne, therefore, asked Blantyre fans to patronize the event in their large numbers saying that the show will be one of the best shows which Sound Freak Entertainment has ever organized in the past.
In his remarks, Nepman said that he is ready to perform at the event and he also said that his fans should expect an outstanding performance by him at the show.
“I am always ready when we talk of stage performances and with the forthcoming show which has been organized by Sound Freak Entertainment my fans should get set to enjoy a dazzling performance by me and I am urging them to come in their large numbers,” Nepman said.