It is not just a Grand Challenge, it is a “Lituation”
A star-studded line-up of musicians will spice up the annual OK Grand Challenge at Borrowdale Racecourse tomorrow.
Many are looking forward to having their first ‘MuGarden’ experience as Winky D and Gemma Griffiths will serenade revellers with their mega hit. Killer T will also chant his way into merry maker’s hearts with his various hits that have taken the dancehall scene by storm. Accompanied by his famous dance moves and unbelievable jumps, the Swaah Family will be well represented as Jah Signal will charm the audience. Not to be left out, Judgment Yard will be there to make sure that it is a “Lituation”.
Admission for adults at the Race Course party will be $2 (Silver ring), $3 (Gold ring) and $5 (Diamond Ring). Kids will pay $1 each in all sections.
In a statement, OK Zimbabwe said there will be buses which will ferry people from designated areas to Borrowdale Race Course.
“To help ease your transportation to the OK Grand Challenge Race Day, there will be buses to ferry people to Borrowdale Race Course from the following OK Branches: OK Ardmbare, OK Avonlea, OK Budiriro, OK Chitungwiza, OK First Street, OK Glen Norah, OK Glen View, OK Houghton Park, OK Kuwadzana Express, OK Kuwadzana Main, OK Mabelreign, OK Mabvuku, OK Machipisa, OK Makoni, OK Malvern, OK Marimba, OK Mbare, OK Mufakose, Ok Queensdale, OK St Mary’s and OK Waterfalls on Saturday, 1st June at 08.30am,” read the statement.
“Buses will also be available to ferry you back to the above mentioned OK Branches after the main draw at 18h00 and an additional $1 fee will apply.”
OK Grand Challenge has become not just an event, but a culture, as many Zimbabweans from all walks of life and all corners of the country gather to have a great time and eye the grand prize.