Zonke, Dj Cleo to perfom at Kulture Live

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Following last year’s event which featured Grammy award winning Black Coffee, Kulture Live event is back again this weekend. This time it features South African’s heavyweights songstress Zonke and Dj Cleo.

Zonke, born Zonke Dikana and DJ Cleo real names Tlou Cleopas Monyepao will arrive in country tomorrow at 10am. The pair will then perform at Kulture Live at the Gaborone International Convention Centre (GICC) later

Malebogo Bahakgametse, marketing manager for Grand Palm told Mmegi Online that the two decorated artists will have other engagements before the show. “We expect DJ Cleo and Zonke to arrive tomorrow at 10am. After they settle in we will hold a press session with the media at The Grand Palm and the time will be communicated in due course after the final preparations have been wrapped on our side,” she said.

Zonke, known for her hit song 'feeling' is expected to deliver a scintillating performance . the last time she was in Botswana, she performed at the then Popular Mascom Live sessions.

Her fellow countryman DJ Cleo , who has been on and off the scene is also expected to light up the decks keeping attendants on their toes with his hits Ghina Impilo Yam, Avulekile and Wena Ng’hamba nawe just to mention but a few.

For the local sets, the music will come from Romeo, Frostbite & Tay, Snake and DJ Earth.

Commenting on the mood of the event now that it is on the eleventh hour, Bahakgametse echoed that they couldn’t have asked for a better mood. “All around people are really excited to see Zonke, she hasn’t performed in the country in a while. People now look forward to a great performance of her new music,” excited Bahakgametse said.

Bahakgametse advised the patrons that tickets are still available at Grand Palm and she further implored the revelers to buy them while there is still time to avoid last minute rush.

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