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The Temptation’s show postponed indefinitely due to technicalities

Organizers promise to bring Temptations back in the future as they cancel the Saturday show.

Lucky Sky Travel and Tours this afternoon confirmed that the Motown Afro Night show which was to take place this Saturday has been indefinitely postponed. The show was going to see local artists including Sally and Big Ben grace the stage.
According to the statement, the decision was taken after matters beyond their control could not be resolved.

“The matters between promoters Tshepi Live Entertainment Botswana and the artists could not be resolved therefore after careful thought and consideration of all possible outcomes as a result of the show cannot take place at the proposed date,” stated the release.
The concert was set to take place on Saturday at Hage Geingob Rugby Stadium.

Lucky sky Travel and Tours Namibian branch which was the facilitator and sponsor of the event will issue full refunds to everyone who has purchased a ticket upon the production of the receipt or ticket at their offices in Windhoek Town Square.

“Again, we apologize for any problems caused and hope this untimely decision would not affect future relations with all the related parties,” read the statement.


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