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SkyChella set to thrill teenage Girls

SkyChella set to thrill teenage Girls
March 20
10:51 2018
  • It’s a great daytime outing for teen girls from whom nought is asked to enter

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Vibrant movement, Sky Girls BW, will be host a teenage girl affair dubbed ‘SKYChella’at Ba Isago University Hall in Gaborone on March 24.

The event, free for teenage girls only, will be led by media personalities, Sadi Dikgaka and Kefus Leo. Says SKY Project coordinator Elle Brooks: “We are very excited to be able to afford teenage girls the opportunity to have a SKY experience. Everything is free of charge, including transport from Rail Park Mall to the event. Girls should not worry about spending money at the event.”

There will be many activities throughout the day, including performances. The headliner is South African gqom and house music sensation, Busiswa while Han C, Samantha Mogwe, Katlego Ntirang, Strut N Heels, TNT Dance Crew are among several homegrown household names on the line-up.

As a way of enhancing the experience for the attendees, SKY will give 20 lucky teenage girls a VIP experience on the day. The lucky winners will have an all-access VIP ticket, allowing them to meet artists and get their autographs. There are 20 golden VIP tickets, 10 of which are hidden inside the latest issue of SKY Magazine that is currently being distributed while the rest will be given as prizes on radio shows.

Brooks explains: “We look forward hosting the girls and I would like to assure parents that their kids will be safe. The event will end during the day to give the girls time to get back home before it gets dark.”

SKY is a movement that encourages girls to stay true to themselves and helps them to express themselves through fashion, art, music, poetry and dance.

Activities lined up for the day include fun interests ideal for teenage girls such as make-up tutorials, dance classes, a selfie booth, a DIY clothes stall and a fashion swap stall.

 

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