Gifted local talent ready to rumble at zambian breweries Mosi Day of Thunder

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Flashback to Mosi Day of Thunder 2017

Up-and-coming stars share same stage as celebrated Nigerian artist Patoranking

Music fans are in for an extra special treat at this month’s Zambian Breweries’ Mosi Day of Thunder after the cream of local talent performing at the eagerly anticipated event was revealed.
Organisers are keen to promote Zambian culture and give the very best up-and-coming acts the opportunity to cut their teeth at the high profile extravaganza.
The event is being held on Friday, May 25, African Freedom Day, at Zambia’s tourism capital, Livingstone, and will see acts like Bobby East, T-Sean, Ma Africa, Afunika, King Illest, Sebastian Dutch and DJ Nano to wow music lovers. A number of Livingstone-based artists such as Edma, DJ Justin and DJ Dell Fresh will also grace the festival.
A rip-roaring event is promised and Zambian Breweries has already announced MTV award-winning Nigerian reggaedancehall singer and songwriting star Patoranking as the headline act.
Apart from promoting culture and boosting the local music industry, the Mosi Day of Thunder seeks to boost tourism.
During the launch of this year’s Mosi Day of Thunder, Zambian Breweries’ head of marketing, Sibajene Munkombwe, said the company is proud to be associated with Zambia’s tourism industry through, among other ways, driving traffic to Livingstone – the birth place of Mosi Lager, through the Mosi Day of Thunder Music festival and encouraged people attending the event to visit all the delights that Livingstone has to offer.
“The Mosi Day of Thunder is an exciting opportunity to take advantage of Zambia’s hospitality and tourism industries,” he added.

Flashback to Mosi Day of Thunder 2017
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    • Anything alcohol related, Lungu will champion.

      I think he wants to turn Zambians into drunkards, so he can continue doing what he does best unchallenged. This man is a pervert!

      Just seeing his face gives me the creeps these days.

      Sorry, but I loathe thieving corrupt hypocrites.

      Yuk.

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  1. This is useless compared to Belgium’s’ Tomorrowland music festtival, Utra music festival, summerfest, OVO fest ,one music fest and Back to the Beach fest in the states…Those Zambian fests are total rubbish…

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  2. it promotes tourism, with that number of people lodges will be full, taxi drivers will benefit, The falls will see increased numbers and beer will sell, ZRA will collect tax from Zambia breweries from this event. Lastly a lot of money will be left in Livingstone.

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