Livingstonia Beach in Salima, which is expected to host Sound and Light concert organised by Entertainers Promotion will be turned into a paradise, is a key message coming from Mr. Entertainer Jai Banda.
The show, slated for September 5 and 6, promises nonstop entertainment and brings together the Chileka-based reggae outfit Black Missionaries Band, Antony Makondetsa, Great Engels, Skeffa Chimoto and his real Sounds Band, Piksy, Dan Lu, Maskal, Police Orchestra, Kamuzu Barracks singers, Mulangeni Sounds, 4 Tees Disco, Gwamba and Lulu, among others.
Speaking in an interview yesterday, Jai Banda said the show will be the first of its kind to be organised by Entertainers Promotions along Lake Malawi and follows a similar concert at Lilongwe Golf Club which was characterised by high quality and blaring sound spiced up by smoke and bubbles.
The Lilongwe show was attended by a mammoth crowd and many grappled to enter the venue as a motor vehicle queue snaked out of the venue for a stretch of close to a kilometre. It was too late.
Said Banda: “Livingstonia Beach will be turned into a paradise. Yes, the big stage, the biggest stage in Malawi, will be mounted by the beach at Livingstonia Beach.”
He revealed that 32 speakers will hang on massive towers by the beach side and a further 25 speakers will be on the beach.
“In short, arguably the biggest equipment will be on display at Livingstonia Beach,” added Banda.