Tswazis to kick off Winter Nights this Friday

30 June 2020 | Art and Entertainment

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Getting back to business, popular duo Tswazis will kickstart their Winter Nights series of shows at Trinity Lounge and Restaurant this Friday, 3 July.
Chatting to tjil this morning, the duo made shared the event details.
They revealed that the night will feature a special guest performance by Jaliza.
“We are excited to perform for our fans again. We had few private gigs during lockdown but it wasn’t the same as before, so we are glad that we can perform for a larger audience from here on,” Eldazz said.

More live shows
They explained that Winter Nights will be an ongoing series of shows that will see them performing in different towns all season.
“We intend on having more live shows as frequently as possible nationwide. We are also looking into aligning our brand with corporates for endorsements, as well as selling and advertising of our music digitally to enable us to cross borders in terms of distribution,” Raxa added.
On their 10th anniversary celebrations planned for later this year, Eldazz said: “TS10 was put on hold due to the lockdown, but we have been discussing new strategies and we will let the public know on the way forward very soon.
“But it’s definitely going to take place,” he clarified.
Wear your mask
For Friday’s event, the duo stressed that masks are compulsory and added that fans should keep a 1.5 metre distance from each other at the venue.
And for those worried about the winter in Winter Nights, they assured that they will have outdoor heaters and bonfires to keep away the cold.
Tickets are N$50 and are limited. For ticket bookings, call 081 209 2353.”







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