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Endearing British soul singer Joss Stone slated for Warehouse concert

Endearing British soul singer Joss Stone slated for Warehouse concert

British soul artist, Joss Stone is on her way to Namibia at the end of November as part of an extended concert tour across the world. Her concert is scheduled at the Warehouse Theatre and the show will be augmented by Suzie Eises and Sean K as curtain raisers.

Stone’s Namibian concert is slated for 30 November also marking the date when the five-year celebrations of the revived Warehouse Theatre are to start.

Announcing Stone’s concert, local promoters, Advantage Y&R Advertising said this week tickets to this exhilarating show will go for either N$950 or N$850 depending on whether the buyer opts to enter a show raffle or not.

There is also a facebook competition where lucky fans have the chance of getting to buy tickets at only N$100.

Stone’s hugely successful career consists of many hits and many concerts, either solo or in collaboration with other artists. The barefoot beauty is best known for her hit singles ‘Fell In Love with a Boy’, ‘Right To Be Wrong’ and ‘The Love We Had’.

The Namibian concert marks Stone’s 130th country where she has performed. She is accompanied by acoustic guitarist Leon Michael King.

The versatile Namibian saxophonist, Suzy Eises, who is famed for her unique cross-genre collaborations, will be opening the night, followed by the talented Sean K who has been making waves since 2011 with his beautifully crafted fusion of Jazz, Soul and Funk.

Hotshot saxophonist, Suzie Eises, and local soul sensation, Sean K will raise the curtain on British soul singer Joss Stone’s Namibian concert.

This exclusive event has a limited number of tickets available. More information can be found at

The concert starts at 20:00 and is sponsored by RMB Namibia, Windhoek Country Club Resort & Casino, dB Audio, 99FM, MiTech Direct Namibia, the Goethe Institut and Advantage Y&R.



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Mandisa Rasmeni

Mandisa Rasmeni has worked as reporter at the Economist for the past five years, first on the entertainment beat but now focussing more on community, social and health reporting. She is a born writer and she believes education is the greatest equalizer. She received her degree in Journalism at the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) in June 2021. . She is the epitome of perseverance, having started as the newspaper's receptionist in 2013.