Busy Signal lands in Zimbabwe for SAMA Festival
Jamaican dancehall reggae artist Busy Signal touched down in Harare yesterday evening for the Southern African Music Arts (SAMA) Festival. He will be performing in both Harare.
In Bulawayo Busy Signal and South African artist Busiswa will share the stage with Winky D, Killer T, Sandra Ndebele, Tocky Vibes, Mzoe 7 DJ Liz, Judgement Yard, Madlela, Centre party among others. In Harare, Busy Signal will share the stage with Killer T, Soul Jah Love, Squanda, Takura among others. Advance tickets are going for $10 and $25 for VIPs and are readily available at Large City Hall, BAC Leisure and TOK Sports shop.
Advance tickets are going for $10 and $25 for VIPs and are readily available at Large City Hall, BAC Leisure and TOK Sports shop.
The artist is said to have arrived early to get a feel of the country. Y2K Promotions spokesperson Candice Mwakalyelye said:
Usually artistes come a day before or on the day of the show without time to rest. He’s just here to relax and see what the country has to offer and meet the people. In Harare Busy Signal will go round to meet the ghetto youths and fans in the country.
On Thursday he’ll visit Victoria Falls before he touches down in Bulawayo in the evening for the show the following day.