On the decks at the tourism expo
30 October 2020 | Art and Entertainment
Billed to play for the first time at the Namibia Tourism Expo, DJ Cellos looks forward to creating a great experience for attendees.
Speaking to tjil, the seasoned DJ said he is humbled and excited to be part of such an amazing event.
“I want to thank NMH group for inviting me. People can look forward to a nice, chilled and refreshing mix of the best sounds currently topping the music charts,” Cellos promised.
On the tourism and entertainment industries working together, he said: “Both these industries believe in giving every guest a memorable experience, so if we combine our specialities, experience and creativity to create a platform where both industries are represented and showcased, it will surely benefit and grow both industries.”
‘Networking is key’
Despite being tasked with the responsibility of providing entertainment on the turntables, Cellos acknowledged that networking at these events is just as important.
“Networking is key in both these industries, so I'll make sure I'll interact and socialise with as many people as possible to build on my current database of industry specialists who could elevate me to the next level,” he said.