The captivating Bush Café by Lake Chivero launches this coming Saturday with a unique celebration of art across many forms. The festive launch will see extravagant cultural spectacles, participatory experiences, music, art, dance and site-specific installations, all set within the incredible backdrop of the magical lake location.
After close to a year long halt due to the Covid pandemic, FIESTA FIESTA an event created to share beautiful and pleasurable memories. returned with a bang. The jam packed music, drink, dance, and food hosted monthly at the ZB Sports club in Harare has become the prime go to event in the capital.
Mitambo International Theatre Festival’s essential aims are to create platforms for generating new artistic international exchange and for engagement in education, partnerships, creation, promotion and consumption of theatre, and to use theatre for mutual understanding and world peace.
Shoko Festival, Zimbabwe’s biggest and longest running urban culture festival, is proud to announce its headline acts. The 2021 edition, will be running from the 20th to 25th September 2021 under the theme “Shoko Universe”. The headline acts include Tocky Vibes, Feli Nandi, Voltz JT and Van Choga. International headline acts include award-winning UK rapper, Dizraeli, and Dutch spoken word artist, Smita James.
The multidiscipline arts festival featuring dance, visual art, theatre, fashion design, music, comedy and spoken word showcases was launched last year by a conglomerate of cultural institutions namely AfriKera Arts Trust, Music Crossroads Academy of Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe Theatre Academy.
Anita Jaxson continues to glide her career with so much ease and melody. Easily likable, smooth flowing, versatile in delivery.
Natasha Muz’s recent performance at SHOKO FESTIVAL marked her grand entry into Zimbabwe’s finest.
Sibo born Sibongile Lenneiye is a Zimbabwean-Kenyan hip-hop artist who channels her multi-ethnic heritage and experiences, into stimulating conversations about life and identity.
The 22 year Holy Ten old music star in the making has been releasing hard hitting music which resonates with the lives of many Zimbabweans both from the uptown where hip hop has a lot of fanbase to downtown which is a core of Zimdancehall and this has helped him in widening and broadening his audience.
Blackperl performance was set in a derelict backyard garage aptly resembling the state of the nation. Two young ladies joined her on set but through out her entire performance they were playing Checkers projecting a deep metaphor.