Corporates endorse One Big Party

Arts Correspondent
One Big Party could fast become the biggest party of each month in Harare following massive endorsements from corporates that will support tomorrow’s edition of the event.

After rolling around many venues during its infancy, One Big Party finally found a permanent home at PaDziva along Kirkman Road near Dzivaresekwa.

Tomorrow the event hosts Jah Prayzah, who will be having a party for his birthday. Jah Prayzah celebrated his 31st birthday on July 4, but the party was delayed due to his pressing schedule.

The big day is now here and the big party has grown bigger. More than 10 big companies will partner organisers of One Big Party tomorrow.

Jive Zimbabwe, which runs the event, has been overwhelmed by the massive support and they are likely to see more partners coming for future editions.

Partners of tomorrow’s big party include Delta Beverages, POSB, Schweppes, Zark, Lake Harvest, Buddie Beatz and Power FM.

Benjy Nyandoro of Jive Zimbabwe saluted the partners for showing confidence in One Big Party.

“It is an honour to have so many partners at this event. It means they have confidence in One Big Party and we will try our best to reciprocate. Such partnerships push the showbiz industry and we want to thank everyone who has come aboard,” said Nyandoro.

“This will be our first big event at Big Party considering that Jah Prayzah is the first top artiste to come for the event. Jive Zimbabwe has done everything and we are just waiting for people to come to the party. People have been calling to ask about the party and we are confident it will be a big event.

“For a long time, people from Dzivaresekwa and surrounding areas did not have an outdoor place for fun. PaDziva has brought that facility and it is exciting to note that most of the popular musicians will have performed at the place by the end of the year

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