By Lusito Tsela | 2018-03-09
A total of 16 gospel artists are set to perform, at the ‘Uvukile Gospel Festival slated for April 1.
This was revealed by the Association of Christian Artists in Swaziland Public Relations Officer (PRO) Ronnie Dlamini. “The ‘Uvukile Gospel Festival’ will see the likes of Gawuzela, Frans Dlamini, Thabile Myeni, Apostle Maculuve, Phathwakahle, Amadodana AseLwandle, Police Gospel Messengers, Shiba and the Travellers, Insali KaJehova and Amadodana aku Matsapha, to name a few, sharing the stage with South African gospel giants in the likes of PD and Family, Sechaba and Fikile Mlomo. “However, there is a possibility that other South African gospel artists will be added since the association is still negotiating with them. It is worth noting that some artists in South Africa have been calling because they want to be part of the event,” added Dlamini.
The second edition of the festival will be a six-to-six show, held at the newly constructed E25 million Metropolitan Church in Manzini and will elapse on the Easter holiday.
Dlamini has invited the nation to come and celebrate with them Jesus Christ’s resurrection.
“We are inviting all people to come and praise the Lord with us, especially residents of Manzini since we will be in the city. The association has pledged to slaughter a bull for the crossover,” said Dlamini.
The PRO urged the nation to come in their numbers because the event will be one of the biggest events on Good Friday. He further encouraged gospel fans to be on the lookout for developments of the festival so that they don’t miss out on the best night of their lives.
“This will definitely be the best event and gospel lovers will be given an experience that will be engraved on their minds for the longest time possible,” he said.
The 16 artists
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