By Entertainment Reporter
It was all pomp and funfair at the Delta hosted National Braai Day celebrations held at Old Hararians as the artists, and entertainment offerings kept revelers on their toe’s.
The event which had suffered from the COVID 19 pandemic induced restrictions resumed with beer lovers celebrating the relationship their favorite beer brand and outings related to a Braai.
The event which was hosted under the country’s largest beverage brewer’s Castle lager brand saw a spirited performance from the country’s four most followed contemporary musicians, DJ performance, activities, braai and interaction with one’s favorite beverage left revelers anticipating for more.
Enzo Ishall, Freeman, Winky D, and Jah Prayzah did not disappoint the fans as they all kept the fans calling for more of their music.
On the other hand the DJ’s of the day, did not disappoint the fans for most of their performance as they kept the fans in sync with the latest and tunes from the past as they took turns to the turn table’s.
With other performance’s to see all and/or any of the artist’s usually calling for more money, the largest brewery’s host afforded fans a rare opportunity to meet the country’s best artists while afforded the chance to relax to their favorite beer at unusually cheaper prices.
“We got a lifetime bargain today to have fun and see some of our most revered artists. Imagine I got a liter of beer which usually costs $3 and meat for around the same amount to watch Jah, Enzo, Freeman and Winky D at one outing. The is the best you could expect as value for money and entertainment. We call for Delta Beverages to extend their events calendar and entertain their patrons where it is in their best profitable interest.” A reveler who only identified himself as Baba Cassy said.
With the Christmas fever gripping fan lovers as the year comes to the end, beer lovers are more inclined to be outgoing with constant calls for responsible drinking.