Janet Manyowa ,a top Zimbabwean songstress is back again with A Night of Thanksgiving (ANOT), slated for January 1 2023.
ANOT has over the years become an annual event to mark the start of a new year, atrracting thousands of worshipers from across the country.
Manyowa, who is well-known for putting up classy shows, is expected to go a notch higher on stage work and musical presentation.
The gospel music show comes hot on the heels of another crowning moment, where her song Vaudze was voted number 1 on Star FM Gospel Greats top 50.
Arguably one of the most consistent female gospel artists in the country, Manyowa is expected to fill up the 3000 seater, Celebration Centre auditorium.
She is joined by South African musician, Dr Tumi who will be starring on the show for the second time, Takesure Zamar Ncube, Minister Micheal Mahendere, Bonnie Dueschle, Tembalami, Sharon Manyika among other musicians.
As part of the promotion of the upcoming show, Manyowa delivered 100 tickets to fans across the city of Harare much to the delight of her followers.
“We are grateful for life and we want to start 2023 right, we want to start on a tip of gratitude and just praising the Lord,” she told MisRed during.an interview with ZimFM Stereo last week.
With several hit singles under her belt, Manyowa has over the years morphed into a musical powerhouse, whose songs have carried Zimbabweans through tough times and the Covid-19 pandemic.
Fans can expect, hit singles like Zadzisa, Ndimi, Vaudze, Mutsvene featuring Takesure Zamar among others.
While ANOT has attracted a large following, Manyowa has also sought to spread her wings to other cities and countries.
This year, she held her maiden show in Bulawayo dubbed Wanqoba where she also recorded a new album, while another show was held during the same month in South Africa.