German ambassador to Malawi has called on Blantyre Arts Festival to consider introducing beat boxing to add flare to the proceedings.
Jurgen Borsch said it is high time BAF brought on board the exciting use of voice to come up with a catchy beat saying it would inspire the younger generation to come to the festival.
Borsch told the audience that his son is Germany's national champion beat boxing and would have loved to perform but had other engagements.
On his part deputy mayor for the City of Blantyre applauded BAF for being vibrant and diverse.
As BAF celebrated its 10th year in existence councilor Joseph Makwinja said the training programs, involvement of over 40 young people as volunteers helps grow the city’s human potential.
“This has helped the youth and artists to market creative products thereby providing the youth in Malawi with long terms self-emplacement,” Makwinja said.
Over the course of the three days there were music performances from Malawians, Zambians, and Germans.
One group that attracted massive applause and admiration from the audience was a dance troupe from Zambia which mesmerised with their dancing antics.
Also invited to the festival was Silvia Hesse, chairperson of Hannover city to the stage where she took part in the dance and got the crowds wild.
Lucius Banda and the Black Missionaries were the center of the musical perfomance as they gave out their all dishing out their best discography.
The crowd attendance was impressive looking at the fact that Blantyre was engulfed in the aura of the derby between arch rivals Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers at Kamuzu Stadium.