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Kingdoms Classics to grace love revival gig

Lerato Matheka MASERU — Kingdoms Classics will perform at a concert at Pioneer Mall’s Ster-Kinekor as part of Valentine’s Day celebrations on February 14.

Tuoe Hantši, a member and co-founder of the pop classic quartet, told XpressPeople that tickets for the lovers’ show were selling very well.

“We printed 200 tickets with a large margin for couples and they are selling like hot cakes,” Hantši said.

“The event has the theme, Love Revival, because the motive is to revitalise love among lovers and instill hope for love among singles.”

He added that they expected to sing songs such as Love Doesn’t Ask Why that was made famous by Celine Dion, The Promise and Hallelujah.

Hantši said they were happy with the support they had received from their fans adding this had compelled them to organise more shows for their supporters.

“We have been receiving a lot of appreciation, love and support and we always feel compelled to organise shows that are relevant to global events and are appreciated by our fans. This show is one of them,” he said.

Hantši said those who buy tickets for the concert will also get a chance to go out for dinner at Spur and Ocean Basket.

“The audience will get to choose which restaurant to dine from between Spur and Ocean Basket. There is a variety of food for the audience,” he said.

He said the event is expected to start as early as 7pm.

“The event is more intimate and promises more chemistry than that of last year. We have 24 love songs packaged for the event.

“We are going to have five new songs from Kingdoms Classics as well,” Hantši said.

This is the second year that Kingdoms Classics are hosting Love Revival on Valentine’s Day.

Last year the event was managed by EV Hair Saloon but this year it is managed and funded by Pioneer Shopping Centre.

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