Contemporary musician Jah Prayzah will have his first live performance at Gweru’s Premier Entertainment venue, Milan Restaurant this Saturday.
This will be Jah Prayzah’s first local live performance after the lifting of the ban on live shows by the government.
Since the outbreak of Covid-19 physical gathering for live performances was banned as one of the measures to curb the spread of the respiratory disease.
Milan Restaurant, which recently opened its doors to the public in Gweru, has brought a breath of fresh air to the Midlands entertainment scene.
The upmarket restaurant opened its doors to the public in August.
It is owned by Talib Mahomed, a Lebanese businessman.
The upmarket family restaurant offers a salon, barber shop, beauty parlours and a confectionery shop to its patrons. It is an ideal place where a family can hang out.
Keen Mushapaidze, manager for Jah Prayzah says it’s all systems go for the band as they do their first local live performance.
“We are ready, everyone is excited, we will have fun in Gweru,” Mushapaidze said.
“It’s been almost two years since we last performed in Gweru. We are happy we are going back with much more exciting content. I hear Milan has such a vibe and we cannot wait to see and dance with our fans in Gweru.”
Jah Prayzah has been mostly performing online concerts and some private functions across the border, due to lockdown restrictions.
For the Saturday Show a cool US$100 will get you into the VVIP arena, while US$50 you will dance the night away in the VIP section and US$30 one will have access to the rest of the venue.