The ever busy Lansmore Masa Square will get the attention of brides and grooms to be this Saturday with their inaugural Wedding Expo to be staged at the sort after Lansmore rooftop.
The highly anticipated event is expected to attract a good number of high profile local and international exhibitors and designers.
Lebo Merafh, Black Trash and South African fashion house, Fundudzi by Craig Jacobs will showcase at this event which will see Lansmore transformed into wedding wonderland, with the entire building demonstrating its inherent perfect as a wedding venue.
Masa Square Sales and Marketing Manager Botho Mogami said the purpose of the Wedding Expo, then, is to cater for those looking to celebrate their big day in a new and exciting venue.
“We’ve got a fantastic line up of events to look forward to, including designers showcased on the rooftop, a bridal gown fashion show in the Masa piazza, and wedding cake and dinner set ups as well as a mock church service set up in the conference area.
We’re bride-central this weekend!” she said.
The bachelor and bachelorette get ready for DJ’s DJ O’Neal and DJ Kellz set to entertain throughout the duration of the event.
SATURDAY NIGHT @ HOTEL LABAMA
This is only for the trendy, for the limited few who understand that a night out is more than just a drink or two.
It is a spectacular night for young, trendy and exciting personalities meeting in one house to dance.
Every last Saturday of the month Delaitiz Creations and Nederburg in conjunction with Hotel Labama brings what has been dubbed Saturday Nights @ Hotel Labama.
VIP treatment for exclusive parties, with surprise celebrity guest appearances planned for the Deep house nights.
Patrons have the liberty to chose from the exciting packages which includes the popular one; P800 for 24 hours inclusive of dinner, breakfast and free bottle of wine. Situated in block six, next to Louiville Estates, Labama is the ideal place for those tired of the regular night out.
The line-up of entertainers for
Saturday27include Skizo, Choto,Dj,Kellz,T_Izzy,Zo,Harvey,Mcrenko&
I don’t say stuff to pick up fights, but for the simple reasons that they need to be said.
The arts industry in this country is still very small and needs nurturing and it is very important as all stakeholders involved to be seen to be pulling in one direction.
A former colleague and controversial entertainer was not amused by the fact that a South African artist was selected to headline the Miss Botswana Fashion Show, and apparently another SA star will headline the final show.
With coverage on the national broadcaster which airs in countless countries; the mileage these SA artist are going to get from a show that is meant to show our beauty and diversity as a nation is worth millions of Pula.
If we don’t give our own the platform to shine at such self titled events like Miss Botswana, how then do we expect artists to grow?
Where is our pride? Why are state funds used to keep Botswana television operational used to market the likes of Toya Delazy to the international market?
He kind of leapt into our entertainment centers and refused to leave until we listened to his music.
That’s just how I can describe my relationship with Ted Tshephang Maphane aka Ozi F Teddy.
The more I ignored him and his music the more I saw him everywhere and heard his music play in almost all the radio station.
After a breathless explanation from one smitten damsel I paid more attention and have been hooked to the Ozi bug ever since.
He is perhaps one of the youngest and most decorated Hip Hop artist in the country.
Not many can boast of sharing the stage with American rapper Eve and Nigerian stars Flavor and Ice Prince.
He is among the few game changers whose name is currently at the lips of all the hip urban youth.