From Apollo Theatre in New York to Theatre in The Park in Harare

2016, May 6, Friday 19:00:00 to 23:00:00 | Fee: $15

From Apollo Theatre in New York to Theatre in The Park in Harare From Apollo Theatre in New York to Theatre in The Park in Harare
Internationally recognised and Zimbabwe’s top afro fusion band Mukoomba and contemporary Jah Prayah will square it up in Harare gardens at theatre in the park new stage a show dubbed sounds in the park.
The new venue has become the home of arts industry in Zimbabwe.
Mukoomba recently made history by becoming Zimbabwe’s first band to perform at Apollo Theatre in Harlem New York City.
The history making group will be joined on stage by Jah Prazah whose music fan base has been growing from gig to gig.
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The musical show will become the third show to be performed at theatre in the park new stage the first one being Bob Nyabinde’s love songs concert , followed by the recently introduced Jazz on Sunday that featured Wilbert Marowa and friends.
The sounds in the park show will also be used by Mukoomba as a warm up show before their farewell show as they prepare for a European tour that will take them to seven countries.
For their music fans theatre in the park is the place to be
As for Jah Prayah’s fans this will also be chance to listen to some of his new singles which is expected to be launched next month.
The two big musical groups will be ably supported by neo soul musician Donovan mtangira Prayersoul who will also be sampling music from his upcoming single
Prayersoul will also making his first romance with the new stage for the first time bubbling with confidence as he has staged shows in Munich Germany.
Since the opening of the new venue it has brought artists of different genres and sounds in the park will be the first major gig in Harare Gardens this year.

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