The packed arena was indication of the fans commitment to his music as well as support his nomination for All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA).
Taking to stage were spirited and energetic performances by Theo Thomson, Lady Pace, Bucci and Sonyezo.
Theo set the pace by performing the songs Sorry Not Sorry, Magic, Kutentha and Maybe Tomorrow.
The inclusion of Sonyezo was not surprising at all, he has been part of Tay Grin’s musical journey producing a number of hits including Tola which has received an AFRIMA nomination.
Tay Grin called on his fans to vote for him in the AFRIMA as the nomination compliments his contribution to the music industry here at home, Africa and the rest of the world.
“I am humbled to receive this nomination. When I make music, I make sure that it should appeal to everyone and this nomination is proof that my contribution is being recognized,” said Tay Grin at the performance.
He told his fans that the nominations and awards that he keeps getting fuels his passion and desire to make meaningful and matured songs for his audience while putting the country on the map.
“The international recognition through this nomination is an indication that Malawi is making good music and I will be glad to see a lot of Malawian musicians nominated.
“The fans should continue voting for me. I don’t regard this nomination as a personal achievement, it is Malawi music which we must celebrate and I am glad to contribute to the success of Malawian music,” said the Nyau King
A fan sings Tola with Tay Grin on the stage
Tay Grin has been nominated in the category of Best Male Artist in Southern Africa for the song 'Tola' which features Tanzania's Vanessa Mdee.
Tay Grin will be competing with a number of South Africa artists like Hugh Masekela, hip-hop artist AKA, Nasty C, Emtee and Nduduzo. Completing the line-up of nominees is Jay Prayzah from Zimbabwe.
Malawians can vote by visiting www.afrima.org
Part of the audince