NIGERIAN reggae-dancehall musician star Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie commonly known as Patoranking will grace this year’s Mosi Day of Thunder in Livingstone.
In a statement, Zambian Breweries head of marketing Sibajene Munkombwe said this year’s Mosi Day of Thunder to be held on May 25 (African Freedom Day) will be truly thunderous.
“Nigerian reggae-dancehall musician Patoranking has been confirmed as the headline act for this year’s Mosi Day of Thunder in Livingstone on
May 25…the ‘No Kissing’ hit maker will join an illustrious line-up of local artists to be revealed imminently by event sponsor Zambia Breweries,” Munkombwe said.
He said the Mosi Day of Thunder, which is now in its third year, brings fans together for extravaganza to celebrate the country’s culture through live music at the Golf Club in Livingstone.
“We’re really excited to be putting together this truly thunderous event…Mosi Day of Thunder attracts people from all walks of life, not just from Zambia but across the continent, all united in their love for great music, and great beer. The festival is about celebrating our music and culture but also celebrating the thunderous greatness within ourselves and the belief that if we come together, we can achieve anything,” Munkombwe said.
He further said the Mosi Day of Thunder promises to be the premier destination for partygoers seeking an unforgettable festival atmosphere, showcasing chart-topping acts, and a unique blend of upbeat and enriching music.
“Zambian Breweries is ensuring that the event becomes a platform for talented local musicians, artists and crafts people to showcase their
skills and promote their flair to a wider audience as part of the company’s wider work with the Ministry of Tourism and Arts and the National Arts Council to promote the nation’s rich arts and cultural heritage,” said Munkombwe.