Kgosi Ya Mosadi concert returns this year


After a year-long hiatus, highly anticipated Charma Gal's Kgosi Ya Mosadi in concert is set to make a grand return in August 31 at the Molepolole Sports Complex. In its first edition back in November 2022, the concert was marred by low turnout leaving the Likhona hitmaker counting her losses.

The low turnout resulted in Charma Gal choosing to stay away from organising the event the following year. The first event pulled low numbers despite Charma Gal’s efforts in booking renowned global star, Koffi Olomide who did show up at the event. However, Charma Gal, born Magdeline Lesolobe, found it within herself to give the Kgosi Ya Mosadi concert yet another shot. She took to social media to announce that the event will be returning for its second stint this year. In order to culminate the losses suffered in the first edition, the Maselesele hitmaker has opted for a change of scenery hoping that she will combat the low turnout issue.

The first edition was held at the National Stadium, but now the vocalist has chosen Molepolole Sports Complex stadium as the venue for her show. Charma Gal’s tactics might prove to work in her favour as the National Stadium is bigger than the Molepolole Sports Complex by 15 900 in terms of capacity. Though the event is only left with two months until people dust their dancing shoes off, Charma Gal is yet to name the performing artists at the event. However, she has already revealed the ticket prices for the event. The standard tickets are sold at P100 while at the Gate people will have to cough out P150. Meanwhile, a stall is secured for P2 500 and only spaces for ten stalls have been availed.

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