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Holy Ten to join Rick Ross at HICC

Holy Ten

HIP-HOP star Holy Ten has been confirmed to be one of the local artists to perform at the Rick Ross show set for November 18 at the Harare International Conference Centre.

Organisers of the show, Roar Entertainment, revealed that there will be five local acts supporting the biggest Boss as Ross is affectionately known as. Holy Ten became the first to be unlocked.

Holy Ten announced his involvement in the show on his Instagram…

“November 11, 2022. We are inside HICC with Rick Ross. Are you sure you are ready?” he posted, much to the applause of hip-hop fans.

When news of the show broke, hip-hop followers and fans launched a petition to stop Zimbabwe’s celebrated artists Winky D and Jah Prayzah from performing as curtain-raisers.

The petition was launched by a fan identified as Lennon Emmanuel.

He argued that Winky and Jah Prayzah are not hip hop artists therefore they should not be lined up for the concert.

Organisers of the event, Roar Entertainment revealed that concert premium tables costing USD $5000 have been sold out and half of the concert tickets have also been sold.

People can buy their tickets from BancABC kiosks from Wednesday, August 3, 2022. Tickets will also be sold through Computicket and Ecocash platforms, as well as directly from the Roar Entertainment website. No tickets will be sold at the venue.

General Access early bird tickets start at US$50 per individual and for an early bird VIP ticket, one would have to part with US$150.

A VVIP Silver ticket will cost US$3 000 while a VVIP Gold ticket will cost US$4 000, there are three rows for VVIP ticket holders, with tables reserved for Premium VVIP ticket holders and Silver VVIP ticket holders.

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