Popular singer Ammara Brown is billed to join man of the moment Jah Prayzah as they headline Saturday night at Shoko Festival on the 24th September at the main festival site at Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences, Rotten Row. The two leading artists are both known for their energetic performances and are set to mesmerise audiences at Harare’s biggest festival of 2016. Ammara Brown has been topping the music charts with the hit song Mukoko. Meanwhile, Jah Prayzah recently launched his album at a launch that is the envy of many musicians where he filled up the grand Harare International Conference Centre (HICC). Jah Prayzah’s status was recently boosted hugely by his latest offering, the 11 track album titled Mudhara Vachauya which saw him featuring Tanzania’s finest, Diamond Platinumz, in a song titled Watora Mari that attracted over 1 million views on YouTube. The duo will not be the only acts for the Saturday evening at Shoko Festival. The comedy night which will take place earlier in the evening will witness award-winning comedian Doc Vikela, Bustop TV’s Gonyeti and Long John on stage. The comedy night is headlined by Donovan Goliath, one of the hottest acts on the South African comedy scene right now and is guaranteed to get the crowd laughing. Saturday evening will also see an Acoustic Sunset programme presented by Unplugged featuring Norwegian jazz act Mooyh and popular Zimbabwean singer Bryan K. Meanwhile hip hop and house lovers will be in for a treat later that evening with Bulawayo outfit Skaiva and Rakeem, Norway-based hip hop crew African Sunz collaborating with The Monkey Nuts and new kid on the block Sharky. In the previous editions, Shoko Festival goers have witnessed an array of performances that cuts across genres, including the veteran Jamaican chanter Tony Rebel, South African hip hop legend Cassper Nyovest, as well as local stars Junior Brown and the late mbira queen Chiwoniso Maraire. Shoko Festival is a product of Magamba Network, Zimbabwe’s leading creative organisation.