Koffi Olomidé to grace Charma Gal concert

Charma Gal during the launch of her Kgosi Ya Mosadi In Concert PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO0
Charma Gal during the launch of her Kgosi Ya Mosadi In Concert PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO0

With solo performance concerts becoming the in-thing lately in the popular music scene, Mosakaso queen, Charma Gal, has announced her very own one-woman show dubbed Kgosi Ya Mosadi In Concert billed for the National Stadium on October 29.

While her fans cannot wait for the day, the cherry on top is that the event will be graced by the legendary Rhumba artist, Koffi Olomidé of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The show was launched Monday afternoon during a press conference. The 'Sekuta' hitmaker explained that the decision to host a solo performance concert comes after two local artistes, Franco and ATI, each successfully hosted their one-man shows. Although held at different venues with different capacities, each of the shows attracted a high turnout, as Batswana committed to supporting their own in music. By hosting the Kgosi Ya Mosadi in Concert, Charma Gal will become the first local mainstream female artiste to have a one-woman concert at the national stadium.

The first one-woman show was held by South African trending star Makhadzi at the Royal Aria Stadium in Tlokweng in March. In her effort to bring a top-notch event, Charma Gal has partnered with Lesh T Entertainment to assist with preparations and event management. Lesh T Entertainment is an event management company owned by kwaito-kwasa artiste Lesego Tikologo. Charma Gal has also roped in veteran promoter, Zenzele Hirschfield of Zen Promotions. Hirschfield said they will soon have a follow-up breakfast meeting with the community sometime this month, where they will be unpacking more on what they have already done on the preparation side of things, as well as unpack the line-up so that the supporters can know what to expect. Hirschfield pointed out that they will have an activation tour in Zimbabwe, Namibia, and South Africa, as Charma Gal is not only known in Botswana but also in the region where she has a huge fan base.

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