Lilongwe based poetry and music entertainment company, Chia Productions, has organised an end of the year poetry festival dubbed Kutsendera 2016 Msangulutso wa Alakatuli on December 11, 2016 to thank poet loving fans in Lilongwe for the support they have given to the industry in 2016.
Chia Public Relations Manager Nafe Misasa said Kutsendera 2016 festival which is scheduled to take place at M1 Centre Point in Lilongwe also intends to appreciate fans for supporting the growth of poetry industry in the country.
“As we are concluding 2016, we would like to express our gratitude to our fans through this show for their continued support to poetry industry and us during all poetry events that we have been organising in 2016. We appreciate this support because together we have contributed to the course of promoting the growth of poetry in the country,” he said.
Misasa disclosed that Malawi’s well known poets Nyamalikiti Nthiwatiwa, Robert Chiwamba, Joseph Madzedze, Hudson Chamasowa, Raphael Sitima, Mr. India and Wantali Savala Gogoda are the ones to perform at the event and has assured fans that all the artists are set to provide the best entertainment on the day.
“We would like to make this show more memorable. So, Atcheya and Aunt Gate will be there also,” he added.
Kutsendera 2016 show will also include live musical performances from Innocent Chitimbe, Greciam Nyambo, Saint, Richard Phopheya and Captain Chigwe.
Radio DJs from Galaxy FM, Timveni and PL FM will also spice up the show by showcasing their music mixing skills.
“Since we are approaching Christmas and New Year festive season, Chia Productions has added more fun to the show. So, the audience should expect some fun competitions and more surprises including fantastic Christmas gifts on the day.”
He promised Various companies including Garani Mw1, Bicco International, Super Sakuwa Limited, Chroma Properties, City Phone Technologies and By Faith Investments have also sponsored the event as a way of thanking their customers.
According to Misasa, the show will start from 1 pm and fans will be required to pay at the gate an entry fee of K1500 per individual but advance tickets going at K1000 are available at Kafoteka Filling Station, at Garani Mw1 behind K99 shop and at Globe Star.