Major League Djz, Twinfluencers to headline HomeComing event

02 December 2020 | Art and Entertainment

STAFF REPORTER

WINDHOEK

Following a rather slow year in the events and entertainment industry due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Mindscape Events has set out to conclude the year in style with an exclusive luxury and lifestyle showcase. Scheduled for Saturday, 19 December, at Avani Windhoek’s Stratos bar and restaurant, the event - dubbed ‘HomeComing’ - will be headlined by South African superstar DJing duo, Major League DJz, and supported by local acts.
Made up of twins Bandile and Banele Mbere, Major League DJz are a dynamic duo bringing fresh energy to every platform they engage with.
The duo has completely revolutionised kwaito music into the modern urban culture of music. Their popularity clearly shows that they are worth following and listening to, and they are also known as the Mzansi entertainment bosses.

Twinfluencers hold it down
The event will be hosted by Namibia’s favourite social media influencer duo, better known as the Twinfluencers.
Liselle and Lisette So-oabes are award-winning bloggers, travel enthusiasts, property connoisseurs, entrepreneurs, YouTubers and digital lifestyle curators.
What a better way to end of the year than have these two sets of twins who possess a unique sphere of influence on one stage!
The event is billed to showcase the best in fashion, luxury and lifestyle trends.

New standards
Set to attract a quality crowd of fashion enthusiasts and socialites, Mindscape events director, Gordon Jay, said ‘HomeComing’ will set a new standard for local lifestyle events.
“Unfortunately, we only have limited space and tickets due to social gathering restrictions. As such, I would urge patrons to purchase advance tickets now to avoid disappointment,” Jay said.
The event will comply with all safety protocols, he added.

Burna Boy show still on the cards
The events director also shed light on the much-anticipated Burna Boy show that was scheduled for April but had to be postponed due to the pandemic.
"Burna is certainly coming. The merits of the event still stand, regardless of the unfortunate postponement. Burna Boy continues to dominate the music scene and his relevance is unopposed, being the first African to win the BET award for best international act two years in a row,” he said.
“Plans are currently underway to launch the new date, but as we are all aware, in dealing with this pandemic, we are guided by developments around the world in forecasting the best date to schedule events of this calibre.”
Jay, however, assured Namibians can expect an unforgettable experience.

For tickets and more information, contact Mindscape Events on social media.