Jamaican reggae artist Duane Stephenson landed in Nairobi last night ahead of his concert this Saturday. Traveling with the Eklektik band, he is set to be at the KICC for his debut performance in Kenya.
Already excited to be in the 254, August Town hitmaker was out and about making an appearance at Club 64 in the CBD for MoSpice Reggae Mondays.
Stephenson will be joined by his compatriot Daville who he will share the stage with on the 27th. In the meantime, he will do some media runs while hitting other spots within Nairobi.
The concert dubbed ‘Let Love Reign’ will see Duane Stephenson, Daville, Wyre, DJ Moh, Musical Sheriff, Tallia Oyando and Mc Teargas hit the stage and showcase Reggae music from dusk till dawn. Tickets are selling at Ksh 1000 regular and Ksh 3000 VIP.
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