It's GIMC Afro tech evening

Black Motion
Black Motion

Popular music show, GIMC Afro tech 4.0 falls this evening at the Game City Rooftop in Gaborone.

The occasion, which is an extension of the week-long multidisciplinary event dubbed the Gaborone International Music & Culture Week (GIMC) features South African popular house duo, Black Motion who return to Botswana after many years.

Organiser of the event, Thapelo Pabalinga confirmed to MmegiOnline that all lined up artists have arrived and are ready to rock the stage.

"GIMC Afro Tech 4.0 is ready. All artists have arrived and they are all excited and ready to perform tonight at Game City Marquee’s. Black Motion, are here to perform for the first time since adding a new member, Problem Child," Pabalinga said.

According to Pabalinga, Problem Child is excited to perform in Botswana for the first time and promises to dish out an electrifying show. Problem Child was recently added into the band to replace Murda Bongz who left the last year.

"Problem Child is out here for the first time with Black Motion.

This one promises to be a banger, the best of the series. All the artists are regulars at Kunye, and UR, two of the popular Afro Tech lifestyle events in South Africa. Vip tickets holders get a free bottle of Special edition of Hennessy," Pabalinga said.

Meanwhile, this year's weeklong GIMC event will be staged from August 25 until September 2. The event, which is the brainchild of leapfrog advertising agency has become one of the biggest events in the country and beyond borders.

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