Work starts on Sound and Light Concert


Entertainers Promotions has expressed a desire to hold the Sound and Light Concert on September 29 and 30 this year.

The concert was first held in May 2015 at Lilongwe Golf Club and saw a fully filled local artist line up.

According to a press release by Entertainers Promotions, the event will take place at Livingstonia Beach Hotel in Salima this year.


“The theme of this year’s Sound and Light Concert is ‘Expose Our Talent to The World” and the team believes this can only be achieved if there is quality organisation of the event,” reads part of the press release.

Only Malawian artists are on the line-up this year as the entertainment company wants to use this as a platform to expose the artists to the world.

“It is our belief that the Malawian artists should be able to perform and deliver ‘international performances’, the press release continues.


The line-up includes Tay Grin, Black Missionaries Band, Ethel Kamwendo Banda and Theo Thomson.

In 2015, the concert started off as a way to test Entertainers Promotions stage and they have continued to improve on the stage as the stage was used at the Carlsberg Bash held last weekend.

“Two stages will be provided, The Beach Stage and the Alpha Stage which shall be the main stage. We have the best music equipment in the country which has been tried and tested by Busy Signal when he performed at Livingstonia Beach and One Peoples Band at Civo Stadium. The sound was perfect and we intend it [sic] to be the same and have a clear sound output,” reads part of the statement.

Entertainers Promotions has equipment such as digital screens and the team has promised to re-launch their equipment as they move from an analogue system to a digital system.

Apart from the performances, the concert will be spiced by boat racing, boxing, beach soccer and tug of war.

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