AS the country closes the Tourism Month with a high notch; several tourist attraction places are ready to provide revelers and visitors with a weekend of hyped entertainment.
Oct. 1, 2021
2 min read
Jam-packed weekend for Tourism Month
DJ Tseko of the Kuna Sounds Establishment
- Star-studded party billed for Blue Point Café
- DJ Tseko celebrates his birthday at Victoria pool side
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Burn Sounds, a local music recording company has lined up a star-studded cast for a party that promises to bring the Blue Point Cafe near Litaleng in Maseru to a standstill.
Some of Lesotho’s finest entertainers, Tribez, Megs, Locco, Beatz and Leeber Donny B, along with a host of local rap artistes — are billed to perform at the event expected to start at 11am to 8pm.
Again in Maseru, DJ Tseko of the Kuna Sounds Establishment is set to celebrate his birthday on Saturday at Victoria Hotel poolside. Guest artistes expected at the 'mother-of-all-parties' include South African Amapiano music duo kings - Kabza De Small and Maphorisa.
The line-up of local disc jockeys (DJs) includes DJ Peipi, Sir Sechaba, DJ Lelo, Slatz, Sabby De DJ and his former partners DJs Alex and Counter Force.
"There will be a classified sitting area for the audience with Very Very Important Persons (VVIP), Very Important Persons (VIP) and the General sections," explains DJ Tseko, born Tseko Mamonyane.
The section terms differ with spending power, treatment received and distinguished people with high requirements.
The veteran disc jockey is the founder of the Basotho Night inaugural event meant to provide a prelude to the Moshoeshoe Day which is celebrated on March 11 annually.
During the event, patrons dress up in traditional regalia and traditional food and drinks are served.
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On Saturday, The View Garden, located in Mosenekeng, Sehlabeng sa Thuathe in Berea will offer a completely free of charge music event, titled “Spring Jump”, with DJ Beekay, DJ Bamboo, DJ Felix and DJ Sexy on the decks. The show starts at 10am until late.
Other events include the Sunday Chillaz at the 'Mathata Dam in Maputsoe, near the Chinese Camp. This is also a free of charge event and attendants are invited to bring along their own camp chairs and cooler boxes.
“This is one place where you can relax on the grass and network with new faces while enjoying your favourite snacks and drinks," one of organisers, Sekila Molise says.
Last but not least - as spring unleashes a fun-packed season - car racing show has resumed in Mathokoane, Leribe. This is also a free-entrance occasion held on Sundays.
The Tourism Month was launched on September 9, by the Minister of Tourism Environment and Culture, Ntlhoi Motsamai in Maseru.