The monthlyÂ lovers’ outing is a new phenomenon in Malawi’s nightlife culture as many are accustomed to such nights on Valentine’s Day and corporate functions.
Among other things, Nthakomwa said the special nights are fashioned to provide unparalleled entertainment to people, who love and want to experience real affection as they dance and listen to slow tunes from top hitmakers and Mibawa Resident Band.
“We promise maximum entertainment during the event. We have a selection of music suiting the environment and in pursuit of love-building,” said Nthakomwa.
According to the entertainment entrepreneur, the kick-off will be brightened by love hits from Maskal of Udalire and Wa CV fame.
Among his feats, Maskal features on the song Malawi Goodlife with Lucius Banda, Young Kay and Tigris.
Last year, the afro-soul star performed at Big Brother Africa show in South Africa and curtain-raised Sean Kingston’s concert at Crossroads Hotel in Lilongwe.
Nthakomwa billed the artist one of mature musicians who will take along with fun-goers to patronise the lovers’ gig.
“We have also selected a wide selection of international music that Malawians have not heard of on local radio stations or other entertainment outlets,” he said.
The leisure cafe has entered into a partnership with Carlsberg Malawi to ensure a ceaseless supply of beverages.
Carlsberg Malawi senior brands manager Twikale Chirwa said the bottling firm will sponsor performers.
“This sponsorship comes in recognition of what Mibawa CafÃ© has brought on the entertainment scene,” Chirwa said.
Meanwhile, Mibawa Resident Band is recording an album, Nthakomwa said.