Friday, December 3, 2021

Arise & Worhip concert slated for next month

Popular South African gospel singers Bishop Benjamin Dube and Lebo Sekgomela will grace Arise and Worship concert scheduled to be held on the 11th of December in Gaborone at Molapo Stanbic Piazza.

Event organizer Tebogo Seremane said the purpose is to revive the spirit and the connection with God, adding that a lot of people have been disconnected because of Covid-19 pandemic as people could not go to church for worship.

“This event will bring people together across the country to worship together in spirit and in true,”

“The other reason is more like healing people have lost friends, family members, business partners and they are wounded, hurt and some have lost their jobs, so it is bringing people back to God to dream again be hopeful and put your trust in the Lord,” said Seremane.

She stated that the concert has also roped in local artists being Anu Elizabeth, Cetrick Dipina, Michael Kodua, Obakeng Sengwaketse, Thabiso Mafoko and Keba Phiri.

“The greatest of it all is Salvation our souls. And also to celebrate and thank God giving us another chance,”

“As for ticket sales the vvip tickets are sold out and we are left with only 60 VIP tickets. We have gold seated tickets at P450 , we are currently running a promotion for the standard early bird ticket at P250 which will end on the 30th November and start selling standard at P350,” added Seremane.

She stated that take this pandemic very seriously and therefore intend to be strict on the Covid-19 protocol.

“We have multiple sanitation stations at the venue. We will provide all our guests with mask, VVip and VIP are going to be provided with Sanitizer wristbands , gold and standard will be provided with sachet Sanitizer,”

“We are also going to be having a fumigating company which will be disinfecting as an when artists finish performing. We are planning to do so using a user friendly chemical. And of course our set up is going to be done in such a way that social distancing is maintained,” said Seremane.

She further said they are hopeful that the Lord will be faithful to see them through for it to be a yearly event or even have it twice a year. Seremane also said they intend to touch peoples life’s by making donations to the less privileged.

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