Local disc jockeys, T-Fresh and L-Roy, have teamed up to liven up weekends and restore glory at outdoor joint Kebab Centre in Harare.
By Our Correspondent
The joint which is along Enterprise Road, in Eastlea has become an after work rendezvous for many during week days while family shows have been slotted in on weekends.
While early week days are quiet and relaxed, the centre rolls into life on Friday with resident DJs taking to the turn tables on Friday and Saturday before DJ T-Fresh and DJ L-Roy take over for Sunday, for a show dubbed The Sunday Movement.
“We realised that the joint was doing well on Fridays and Saturdays and business was relatively low on Sundays, hence the decision to come up with activities like the popular Tshisa Nyama/Dancehall and Reggae Sunday under what is called The Sunday Movement,” said DJ T-Fresh.
Born, Tapuwa Mhlanga, DJ T-Fresh believes Sundays are no longer the same at Kebab Centre.
“I am happy with how things have been unfolding since we started this concept on Sunday and I am looking forward to bringing in international artists,” he said.
After having been part of such a concept while he was attached to Motor Action Sports Club, DJ T-Fresh believes it was time to put the idea into practice at Kebab Centre.
“As you are know, I used to play at Motor Action Sports Club on Sundays. So, it was after I had clinched a deal with the Kebab Centre that I decided to bring the idea with me and its paying dividends,” he said.
Kebab Centre offers cheap but quality services and has become talk of the town when it comes to outdoor entertainment.