Soldier Lucius Banda has lined up a number of shows this weekend which will see him holding close to six shows.
Lucius, just like reggae group Black Missionaries and Skeffa Chimoto has defied government’s call stopping the resumption of shows.
The legendary musician, who has been on a campaign trail with Tonse Alliance gets to the stage with his Zembani Band where he is he is expected to be joined by his brother Sir Paul, Nepman, Sam Smack and Lulu among others.
The first show is tonight at Area 25 at Stanley Lodge in Lilongwe.
“This show we were supposed to hold it some months ago but we failed due to a ban on gatherings then so, we are honouring it now,” Lucius said yesterday.
The second show is at M1 Centre Point, a venue that last weekend hosted Skeffa Chimoto and Real Sounds before dating Culture Club in Kasungu on Sunday.
“We are looking forward to these shows because they are coming at a time as we are looking forward to celebrating our Independence. So, it is proper that we have more shows to give people the much needed fun,” Lucius said.
The musician is also expected to perform at Culture Club in Salima before dating Crossroads Hotel in Lilongwe on Monday where he will share the stage with Lulu.
“On Monday it will be such a busy schedule because we are also performing at the inauguration but we are ready,” he said.