GIMC Clap and Tap pulls crowd

Ditsala Moreneng PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Ditsala Moreneng PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

It is not usually easy to pull up a gospel event especially on a Friday night but that did not seem to be the case as the Gaborone International Music and Culture (GIMC) Clap and Tap turned out pretty well.

Of all the other GIMC events, Clap and Tap is only one that focuses on celebrating God. Realising that it was Friday, one would have thought the attendance would be low, but people showed up in large numbers to celebrate and cherish God.

The night proved to be worthwhile for the gospel fanatics as they had to enjoy captivating performances from their favourite choir groups. Just like any church service, the night started with a prayer. Dineo Tsa Tumelo was the first choir to get on to the stage and from the onset, the choir group kept people entertained throughout the entire performance.

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