Musical heavyweights Black Missionaries and Soldier Lucius Banda will Friday come face to face in a rare meet during Utsi Tuluka concert organised by Team Entertainers at Motel Paradise in Blantyre.
This is Team Entertainers’ first Utsi Tuluka concert following a long break of events since March this year due to Covid-19 pandemic.
Team Entertainers Director Tonderai Banda, said Wednesday all is set for the concert.
“This is the beginning of more shows organised by Team Entertainers. We were on a break due to Covid-19 pandemic but the cases have gone down now. We are happy to give people a show that has a line-up of music giants. When you have Black Missionaries and Soldier Lucius Banda sharing the stage then you have a good outing,” Banda said.
Recently, Team Entertainers also hosted a show at Scallas Café in Blantyre where it featured 6 Solid Band from Lilongwe.
“This concert also gives a chance for people to mingle with friends. We want people to come and enjoy good sound and light,” Banda, who took over the running of Team Entertainer’s from his father Mr Entertainer, said.
Both Black Missionaries and Lucius will be performing Friday having be part of Sand Music Festival 10th anniversary celebration held at Sunbird Livingstonia in Salima last weekend.
Blacks will be hitting the stage with Anthony Makondetsa, Moda Fumulani, Khozie Masimbe and Yanjanani Chumbu.
The ‘Mabala’ star, who is also Impakt Events Director, comes to the stage with his Zembani Band featuring artists such as Nepman and Sam Smack.
Banda said there has been a lapse in observing Covid-19 pandemic measures but they will try their level best to observe the measures.
“Covid-19 pandemic is real. The cases have gone down but we still need to be cautious. We are mindful that fans need to be safe and so we are encouraging them to come with their masks and we will have handsanitiser and buckets of water and soap on entrance,” he said.