POPULAR South African disc spinner-cum-Metro FM presenter, Lulo Café will be the main attraction at a music show set for 4Fordy Club in Khubetsoana, Maseru on Saturday.
The show has been organised by events management company, Groove Theory Ink (GTI) in partnership with Flying Fish.
According to GTI managing director, Mosebetsi Matšela, the event is aimed at kick-starting the year “on a high note through a massive party” where entrance will be free of charge for students at tertiary institutions.
Lulo Café will share the stage with local heavyweights such as Dallas T, Trojan, Spane, Phaks, Konsept, Shabba, Dave, Postah and King with rappers L-Tore, Sir Nic, Jiji F, Juvy and 2Digits. The House music deejay confirmed his attendance through a video on social media, promising “a big party kick-starting the new year”.
“4Fordy has mandated GTI to manage its events so we have set a 12 month plan of a series of events that people should look out for which include hosting the likes of Black Coffee and Babes Wodumo,” Matšela said, adding, “We operate seven days a week with themed events which include those aimed at promoting raw talent and live performances”.
“We are kick starting the year on high note by hosting Lulo Café. The event is free for tertiary students who present proof of identification before 10pm but those who arrive after that time will pay M40.
“Ordinary citizens will pay M40 before 10pm and M80 thereafter.
“There will be welcome drinks which include Flying Fish, Maluti and Castle as well as freebies which include caps and t-shirts.”
He said they would host a pre-party tomorrow night, free of charge with a limited stock of free drinks.
He also said the party would also be used as a platform to canvass support for local artiste Kommanda Obbs who is vying for a Metro FM Award.
“We are patriotic and feel Basotho should help our brother make the country proud,” he said.