2016 promises to be another exciting year in as far as entertainment is concerned as a number of international acts are expected to set Malawi ‘ablaze’.
On Valentine’s Day it will be the Caribbean born singer, Judy Boucher who will be performing in Malawi for the first time at a yet to be disclosed venue.
The female singer is well known for producing good music in different genres such reggae, RnB, lovers-rock and reggae-pop. She made her name in music way back in the 1970s.
As we scroll down the mouth-watering music menu, Jamaican reggae artist, Busy Signal, will entertain locals in May after a remarkable performance at Sand Music Festival last year in Salima.
Although the venue is also yet to be announced, Malawi24 has been partially tipped that he will perform in Blantyre.
Fans are therefore looking forward to a duplicate of the Sand Music Festival performance. Patrons were all praises for the “dreams of brighter days” hit-maker who performed using a live band for more than two hours during the Salima concert.
Malawi24 recently reported that Morgan Heritage from Jamaica will be in Malawi to correct mistakes made during their last concert on 27th December.
Their second ever concert in the country will take place on 30th April, forcing Busy Signal’s show to be moved to May so as to avoid a clash.
This means that the warm heart of Africa will in this year be entertained by Judy Boucher, Morgan Heritage, and Busy Signal. However, promoters have promised to bring more international acts to Malawi.