Friday, October 30, 2020

Music on the Catwalk Botswana to be launched

Kiss Africa Entertainment, a local entertainment enterprise, has collaborated with Tru Media International, a London-based fashion and entertainment company, to launch Music on the Catwalk (MOC BOTSWANA).

MOC is an exciting entertainment show, a fusion of live music from African musicians with cutting edge high fashion from African fashion designers in Africa and the Diaspora. The event aims to entertain, inspire, promote and to celebrate all African fashion and music talent to a wider audience in Botswana and Africa.

Their mission is to promote the fashion and music industry in Botswana, promote tourism to Botswana and introduce other African artists and designers to Botswana.

The MOC Botswana launch party is scheduled for Friday, November 30, 2012 at the Cresta President Hotel.

The event is also a build-up activity to the World AIDS Day on December 1, 2012. It is a charitable event and the Gabane Homebased care stands to benefit from the event.

“Our headline artist/model is Tatiana Durao from Angola. Tatiana featured in Big Brother 2 and Big Brother All-star reality shows. She is going make an appearance at World Aids Day in Mogoditshane before going to Gabane to present the Gabane Home Based Care kids”.

The event will feature top local DJs and artists. The ticket to the event is P200.

“The event is unique in the sense that it is music fused with fashion and features an artist from Angola for the first time. We need diversity in our local industry. We are not going to see Black Motion and Micasa perform again and again. Our audience needs creative forms of entertainment, they aren’t desperate. At Kiss Africa we are known to do different things to excite our audience. We brought Zambian artists, Kenyan artists; London-based DJs for the first time and inspired local promoters.”

Music on the Catwalk is another showpiece that you don’t wanna miss.

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