Ndolwane main act at Tsholotsho festival

LOCAL musician Martin Sibanda and Ndolwane Super Sounds will be the main acts at the on going Shangano Arts Festival in Tsholotsho.


Sibanda and his group have promised to put up a splendid performance when they perform at the seventh edition of Shangano Arts Festival which started yesterday and ends tomorrow.

The group is billed to perform tonight. Band management yesterday vowed to bring the house down.

Thandazani Nyoni, the band manager told Southern Eye Lifestyle yesterday they were raring to go.

“We are prepared to give our fans top-class performances in Tsholotsho and this will be a platform to share our music with the whole province as the festival will see a mixture of artistes from different parts of the province,” he said.

“We have performed at the festival once and we are happy going back again. The boys are still fresh from our last performance in Athens in Esigodini.”

Nyoni also urged fans to come in their numbers for the festival.

“People in and around Tsholotsho should come in their numbers and support the festival, it’s theirs and they must come and support and learn from it,” he said.

The band is expected to showcase songs from the album Bakhuzeni with the crowd’s favourate track Sekukubi popularly known as Uyakhuzwa.

Ndolwane Super Sounds has 15 albums to its name. Some are Africa, Qiniso, Kulindawo, Donsa and Phenduka.

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