Matsito, who rose to fame with the hits Gede Mwana and Nyaradzo, has embarked on live shows and will tonight take his act to the Sports Diner.
The Chibadura sons and Biggie Tembo Junior and the Tembo brothers will support Matsito.
The popular joint, which is now under new management, has organised a series of events throughout the weekend and spilling over into the Heroes holiday.
All eyes would be on Gahamadze and Nyamasvisva, the two respective leaders of Mbira DzeNharira and Mawungira eNharira.
On Sunday, the Sports Diner will provide laid-back entertainment, where several dance groups will be dancing for the honours at the joint.
Come Monday, it would be back to dendera when Suluman Chimbetu, fresh from his South African tour, enthrall the crowd with his ever-impressive backing outfit Orchestra Dendera Kings.
The dendera icon, who is currently riding high with his latest album, “Non Stop” that carries the hit track, “Kwedu” which features Oliver Mtukudzi, will wow revellers with song and dance on Monday.
Sulu’s profile has been steadily growing over the years and he now commands a huge following, a feat he did not achieve overnight. The Herald