Jamaican reggae band Morgan Heritage jets in the country on Friday for a show billed to close 2015 in grand style.
Morgan Heritage will be at Silver Stadium on Sunday where they will be curtain-raised by Soul Raiderz, Black Missionaries as well as the show’s promoter Born Afrikan.
“They’re landing on Friday the 25th at 2pm through KIA. Don’t you ever listen to haters spreading rumors the show has been cancelled. Never, it won’t be cancelled,” said Afrikan, really name Nelson Shaba.
Last month, Morgan Heritage who are renowned for hits such as Don’t Haffi Dread, Tell Me How Come, Nothing To Smile About, U’ve got me, also confirmed their Malawi tour.
“Malawi it’s official see you December alongside @iamjemere #strictlyrootsworldtour @grampsfarms #CTBCMusicGroup,” read a post on the band’s official Twitter page.
A supporting video showed Peetah, Mojo and Gramps Morgan confirming their Malawi show during Christmas week.
Morgan Heritage prides itself with over 15 albums to its name, and their music career has been on since 1994 and they have been nominated for this year’s Grammy Awards in the best Reggae Album category for their new album Strictly Roots.
Meanwhile, tickets of the shows are currently on sell.
“People buy the tickets at all your nearest points. You can get them at Kips in Blantyre and Mbowe Filling Station among other places,” he explained.