Zen Promotions recently introduced the media to their new project titled Clash of The Giants. The press conference, graced by among others, Deputy Ambassador of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Franco, and Charma Gal, introduced the new festival which the founder, Zenzele Hirschfeld, said will be an annual event. Giving her welcoming remarks Hirschfeld said she was back with a bang following a long break due to the pandemic.
She said Clash of The Giants came about as all the 5 artists on the lineup are giants in their own right and have mostly collaborated together amongst themselves in efforts to celebrate and nurture cultural tourism. Zimbabwe’s Jah Prayzah will also be one of the performers.
With introduction of new genres like Amapiano Hirschfeld said it was important to keep alive old music genres and trends, saying Clash of the Giants aims to accommodate all. In terms of event details, Marketing and PR executive Henny Maruapula said Clash of The Giants will take place on Friday December 10, 2021 at Fora Farm, Kumakwane. Tickets are available for P170 early bird, P250 at the gate and P500 VIP to be sold at Liquorama and House of Khumali. Maruapula also said there would be free transport leaving from Gaborone to Fora Farm at 3pm, 5pm and 7pm. He also said cooler boxes are allowed but no glass bottles will be allowed on the Fora farm perimeters.
When speaking about the venue, Franco spoke strongly about the issue of security. He said that Fora Farm has in the past hosted successful events with no incidents and it is secure, safe, and accessible. He said there will also be police presence. Charma Gal also spoke about how excited she was to be amongst the performers at Clash of the Giants and she promised a performance to remember.
She also asked members of the media to support in terms of positive coverage of the event prior, during and after the festival. The festival will also feature Vee Mampeezy, and Slizer among others. The public can follow and like Clash of the Giants page on Facebook for updates or call +267 72 854 791.