29 October 2016 Last updated at: 8:09 AM

All roads lead to Miss Blantyre contest next week

The countdown to Miss Blantyre 2016 is on the verge of getting exhausted with the judgement day only a countable days away, as the commercial capital awaits one of its best nights this year.

Comesa Hall is the place to visit on Friday, 4th November 2016 to witness another historical moment. A new model will be crowned the Miss Blantyre 2016, taking over the crown from the incumbent Chisomo Machero.

Miss Blantyre

Miss Blantyre on the cards.

The much awaited occasion will be fully coated with entertainment that will satisfy patrons’ pleasure.

Activities ranging from music, fashion, and acting will be the order of the night in celebration of the country’s most glamorous beauty pegeant.

Blaze of the Mwini Zinthu fame and afro sounds wizard Lulu will dish out music, among other artists lined up to perform. If laughter is a cure for your worries then Mr Jokes is ready to be part of the answer by giving you the very best in stand up comedy.

Tickets are currently on sale and all you have to do is hurry up because there is limited space. You can get tickets for VVIP, VIP and Standard sections depending on your choice.

Advance tickets will have varying costs depending on section of your choice. Only K10, 000 is required for the VVIP section, K5000 for the VIP section, and K3000 for the standard tickets.

The tickets are available at Kips and Shoprite. Who will succeed Machero as the queen of Blantyre? An answer to that question will only be found on 4th November at Comesa Hall.

Malawi24 understands that it is in your interest to be among the very first people to tell a story about the winner who will be chosen based on an established criteria.

Wherever you come from, within Blantyre or other parts of the country, you are welcome to the Miss Blantyre 2016.

You will feed your eyes with the best sights of Malawian beauties doing catwalks and all that is expected from them.

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