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PDK to hit Walvis Bay on Friday

Wed, 19 September 2012 12:42
by The Villager On-Line
News Flash

 

Fresh from setting Katima Mulilo alight last weekend, Omalaeti trio, the popular PDK are going back to Walvis Bay this Friday for a performance at the Kuisebmund Hall.

The youthful trio of Moko fame, still riding on the success of their last album, will take their dancing energy and popular gems to Walvis Bay by public demand after having performed there during the Fish Consumption Fair.

The entrance fee is N$30 per person and Omalaeti has assured revellers of tight security and invited people to come with their families. 

Last Saturday, PDK flew to Katima Mulilo where they had more than a thousand fans waiting at L.A hall surpassing even the wildest expectations of the popular male band.

The energetic PDK have promised to only dish out the best for their coastal fans and called on them to come out in big numbers on Friday.