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Celebrating 72 Namibian Song Nights next week Wednesday

Song Night is geared and ready for its 72nd show and the third in 2019!

Join the inspiring Song Night Band next week Wednesday, at the Warehouse Theatre as they accompany an array of new and experienced singers who take the Song Night stage as part of the July Smooth Songs by the Fire Concert.

Singers who will be performing include Scharlarco, Asham, Nashawn, Querida, Asheeqa, Showtime, Shiro and many more.

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Don’t miss a jam-packed show that will showcase how singers can escape smoothly with dulcet tunes inspiring a feeling of sitting by a warm fire and unwinding. Expect gorgeous covers as well as inviting original songs to move you and make new memories to.

MC Adriano Visagie will keep audiences entertained with his stage prowess, while Song Night stylist, Martina will make sure the singers and all performers represent the theme beautifully through well-styled fashion, proudly Namibian flair. Ambassador, Treza Cooper will be leading by example by singing her latest original singles.

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Song Night is a platform supporting upcoming singers by offering a free mentorship program as well as a professional band and venue to nurture Namibian vocalists.

Song Night is proudly supported by RMB, through FirstRand Namibia Foundation Trust, 99FM, HEC, ED Music Academy, House of Poulton, Styled By Martina, Martin Amushendje, Karl Ehlers, Miss Jey Arts & Fantastic Sam Nails Perfection.

Tickets are N$100 at the door
Doors open 19:30 & show starts 20:00 sharp
Warehouse Theatre
Wednesday, 31 July 2019

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