The show will be graced by the Black Missionaries as well as Skeffa Chimoto and his Real Sounds band.
“This will be the first show in a series to promote the album,” said Thombozi.
Recorded at Gomonda Studios, Mchikondi ndi Mulungu is his second album. The first was Watuta Chani, produced in 2008.
In the new offering, the versatile artist brings together reggae and Afro beat tracks replete with African pride.
The tracks include Tangoganizani, Mkazi ndi Wanga, Sindizaliranso, Zikomo and Ndikuitana Ana Onse.
Blacks band leader Anjiru Fumulani said they were gracing The Warehouse for the first time this year to show solidarity with their fellow artists.
“We advocate solidarity and this is one way of living the word. We haven’t performed at Warehouse since December last year and we are happy to be back after the break,” said Anjiru.