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Braai festival roars to life

THE popular Castle Lager National Braai festival that was cancelled last week roars to life today at the Old Hararians Sports Club.

The two day Delta Beverages funded festival which has been running since 2016, with the inaugural edition setting a record, where over 12 000kg of meat were consumed in one day.

A number of artists which include Killer T and urban groover EXQ will open the festival, taking turns to entertain party animals alongside wheel spinners DJ Starvo, Raydizz, Legendary Sounds, Merciless Zimbabwe and Silence Dosh.

Zim-dancehall president Winky D will share the stage with HKD boss Freeman who is riding on the crest of his latest album Gango on the final day of the fest while hip-hop rapper Takura wil also be on stage. Judgment Yard, DJ Storm, Gary B and emcee Templeman, DJ Mbale and DJ Cesh, among other artist who will be rocking it on the decks.

 In a recent statement, Delta corporate affairs executive, Patricia Murambinda said: “We are calling all braai patrons of all popular braai spot areas in and around Harare to come and enjoy their favourite braai at Old Hararians Sports Club on November 1 and 2.”

“Castle Lager, as the flagship lager beer brand for Delta Beverages, is giving all braai lovers a platform to come together and set their own record braaing, enjoy their favourite lager while listening to good music. We have doubled the fun and doubled activities for our consumers of Castle Lager and the event is now bigger, better and we promise a lot of excitement.”

The second edition of the braai fest, held in 2017, saw 15 000kg of meat going on the braai stands with proceeds from the event being channeled towards charity.

The Castle Lager Braai Festival’s nationwide activities came to  an end in other cities, Masvingo, Kadoma, Chinhoyi, Gweru, Chitungwiza, Bulawayo  and KwaFatso in Glen Norah, Harare.