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See you at The Big Dig next Saturday!

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See you at The Big Dig next Saturday!



MASVINGO –Its party season in the Ancient City and Caravan Park Masvingo is headlining the revelries with the ‘The Big Dig’ headlined by Killer T and Enzo Ishal on Saturday next week.
Event spokesperson and radio personality, Tavita Mpala told The Mirror that The Big Dig is a family event aimed at driving tourism in Masvingo City.
The event in its first year running is unique and spoils revellers with music choices from three music stations (digs) playing different genres from 12 pm-8 pm until the main event headlined by Killer T, Enzo Ishal and Masvingo’s own Alchemy.
The first dig will be for mature revellers with Throwbacks and Rhumba music while the second and third digs will be for youthful audience with House, Amapiano, Afro beats and Dancehall genres.
Event organizer Garikai Garande told The Mirror that this year’s dig is running under the theme ‘Celebrating the Diversity of Food, Music, and Dance’.
The Big Dig is Masvingo’s first major outdoor outing since last year’s edition of the Great Zimbabwe Festival hosted by Caravan Park and headlined by Winky D and the towering Jah Prayzah.
Tavita said tickets are US$5 for early birds, ordinary tickets US$7 and US$10 which includes parking and a cooler box.
The event also provides corporates and small businesses with branding and marketing opportunities at least 4 000 revellers are expected to attend The Big Dig.
“We have also engaged various vendors in Masvingo to cater for over 4 000 people expected to attend the festivities. The vendors will offer 360 booth services, cakes, confectioneries, fast foods, traditional foods, candy floss, popcorn, toffee apple and sweets to mention a few.
“Our main aim is to drive tourism in Masvingo City after we saw what happened last year at the Lake October Great Zimbabwe Tourism festival we saw it fit to start off the year a bang,” said Tavita.

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