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Mosi Day Of Thunder rocks Livingstone

Headlines Mosi Day Of Thunder rocks Livingstone

Slap Dee live on stage at the Mosi Day of Thunder.

More than 10,000 fans rocked Livingstone on Saturday(April 29) for the largest music festival the tourism capital has ever seen.
Tanzanian megastar Diamond Platnumz headlined the show, joining chart-topping Zambian acts Slap Dee, Chef 187, Danny Kaya, Urban Hype, James Sakala, Jay Rox, Marimba Band from Avani, DJ Psycho Tash and Bittersweet poets.

Petersen live on stage at the Mosi Day of Thunder.

The Zambian Breweries extravaganza was a platform for promoting the nation’s arts and cultural heritage, with festival goers also getting free access to Mosi-oa-Tunya  (Victoria Falls) thanks to a partnership with the Tourism Department and the National Heritage Conservation Commission.
Zambian Breweries also took the opportunity to unveil the new packaging for its iconic Mosi lager brand as part of the festival, which was a celebration of Zambia through all senses as party-goers saw, tasted, heard and felt the Mighty Thunder.

Jay Rox live on stage at the Mosi Day of Thunder.

Over 7,500 party enthusiasts from across Zambia and beyond attended last year’s event, and this year’s event lived up to its promise of being even bigger and better, with revellers also joining from neighbouring Zimbabwe.
The Mosi Day of Thunder captures Mosi lager’s aim to unite Zambians to unleash their thunderous potential.


Danny live on stage at the Mosi Day of Thunder.

Diamond Platnumz live on stage at the Mosi Day of Thunder.



  1. There are around 50,000 children living on the streets of Kinshasa, all abandoned after being accused of witchcraft. The children are rejected simply because their parents cannot afford the extra mouth to feed .

    They are accused of casting spells – delivering death, illness, unemployment, pregnancy, debt, or simply bad luck – to any or all around. But possibly worst of all they are accused of being evil – having the devil living within them.
    “There are conscious witches who know they are evil and unconscious witches who do not know but get up in the middle of the night and eat human flesh.”
    These cruel and unfounded accusations cause misery for tens of thousands of children not only across the Democratic Republic of Congo but also in other parts of central and west Africa.

    • Wrong place for this posting! How does the Mosi Day of Thunder connect to the DRC children living in the streets? Is this posting a case of just bringing to light the plight of these children irrespective of the placement?

  2. So what go and help who is interested i have my own issues? Allo boyi mpelako chi Mosi na change fast..

  3. We wonder how much hiv was spread by pf officials at this event

  4. Zambia is becoming a country for drunkards from being a christian nation just because Lungu…lol

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