UGLY scenes marred the recent Southern African Music and Arts (Sama) Festival that was headlined by Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi, Jah Prayzah and Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave in Leicester, United Kingdom.
The music festival that was organised by Y2K Promotions had glitches from the onset, with chaotic scenes outside the Leicester Arena, spoiling what could have been a historical music festival.
Hundreds of people shoved and pushed their way into the venue for free, as there were no security personnel to man the entrances, while some fans, who had pre-purchased tickets failed to make it into the venue.
Pregnant women were seen being pushed and fondled in the melee. One of the fans, Admire Murape, who attended the show said: “This is a waste of money. I should have stayed home.”
Away from the chaos, outside the venue, the public address system was so poor that fans could hardly hear some vocals, especially when Jah Prayzah was performing.
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