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King TeeDee announces third music festival

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King TeeDee has announced his third concert and charity cup to take place from 23 to 25 September at the University of Namibia stadium.With international guest Makhadzi set to perform, the concert aims to reach an audience of over 10 000 people, to cre…

King TeeDee has announced his third concert and charity cup to take place from 23 to 25 September at the University of Namibia stadium.

With international guest Makhadzi set to perform, the concert aims to reach an audience of over 10 000 people, to create unity among music lovers, and to unite people from all walks of life through its seven-a-side football games.

On Monday Martin Morocky, alias King TeeDee, told Nampa the planned event will be one Namibia and the rest of Africa require during a global pandemic.

“We are confident that, thanks to government interventions to combat the pandemic, September will see the same attendance as previous years before we even knew about this virus. I am looking forward to hosting such an event with such a large expected attendance, and I thank the public for always supporting initiatives like this that indirectly create so many job opportunities,” he said.

He said besides the two-night concert, the football charity cup will take place over three days, with teams competing against each other for prize money and floating trophy.

“The 23.09.22 Charity Cup will donate 15 per cent of its proceeds to a charity chosen by the Mshasho Trust Fund, as well as orphans and children who have lost parents due to HIV/AIDS,” the artist said.

Corporate teams can register for N.dollars 4 000 per team, while social leagues can register for N.dollars 2 500 through Poiyah Media, Mshasho’s official public relations agency.

Poiyah Media founder Ilke Platt said SMEs are encouraged to register stands for beverages (N.dollars 4 000) and food (N.dollars 3 500) at the event.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency