South African comedienne Celeste Ntuli, local rapper Ti Gonzi, Zimdancehall sensation Bazooker are among a host of Southern Africa’s talent. They will grace this year’s edition of the Shoko Festival 2019.


Running under the theme Good Vibes Only in an attempt so as to address a wave of xenophobic attack in neighboring South Africa.
Ntuli will head an entertaining line up of comedians at the Shoko Comedy Night. But the arts festivals will frequent between Harare and Chitungwiza.

Celeste Ntuli is currently riding high on a wave of popularity as one of South Africa’s comedians and Celeste picked the ‘Flying Solo Award’ and the ‘Comedy G Award’.

So Ti Gonzi and Bazooker will be headlining Shoko’s main event in Chitungwiza on Sunday 28 September.
Shoko Festival 2019 is Zimbabwe’s most popular and longest-running urban culture festival. And it looks to promote urban culture, free expression, and new ideas.

Most importantly, Comrade Fatso said the festival’s southern African line up of artistes will bring and promote unity among southern African artists and audiences among southern African artists and audiences.

Celeste Ntuli is known for her acting role as Siphokazi in Isibaya will head a line up of comedians at the Shoko Comedy Night.

“The Shoko 2019 edition will be working over with its diverse programming in Chitungwiza. Another
returning crowd favorite is the Shoko Comedy Night.

Artists expected to perform during the festival also include Motswana rapper, Wicked Jono and Zambian poet Ludo.

Besides building international tours for young Zimbabwean artists, The festival also curates cutting-edge collaborations between local and international acts.

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