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Top Cheri and Ethnix set to headline Night Around The Fire

By Staff Reporter

Ngandu Events and Home Of The Arts (HOTA) are hosting the next Night Around The Fire music show at Werah Café Theatre in Rundu on Saturday, 3 April.

With soothing live performances by TopCheri and Ethnix, the show promises to be
the ultimate show not to miss during Easter Weekend. “We are extremely excited
to be bringing music fans in Rundu another Night Around The Fire show – a premium live music experience like no other! Ngandu Events as a brand, we continuously strive to give our followers mind-blowing entertainment experiences and what we have in store for this event is truly taking things to the next level,” said Michael Kayunde.

The show is scheduled to kick start at 19:30 with damage at N$50. Fans are urged to secure their tickets prior to the show to avoid disappointments. To secure a table of five DM @Ngandu_Festival or @tamwa_haf on Instagram. All Covid-19 regulations will be observed.

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