The award winning Jamaican dancehall star Busy Signal jetted into the country on the 26th and immediately hit the media circuit with his first press briefing at the Panari Sky Hotel. Busy Signal is all set for the Peace Concert set to take place at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre grounds on the 29th July 2017.
Famed for hits such as Free up, Come Over and Night shift, this will be his second performance in the country. The reggae sensation is excited about his upcoming performance alongside his live band. Speaking at the Panari press briefing, he says, “the aim of the show is to promote peace, as the name suggests, not just because of the upcoming elections but inner peace also.”
His take is that music has the power to change the narrative on death and negative space; music should build a bond of strength to unite people, foster positive thinking and enhance love so that people live a life they can be proud of.
The musician plans to get a full feel of his concert. He brought along Kenyan songstress Vivian, who will among other local artists perform as the opening act. Concert goers should be on the lookout as Busy Signal plans to arrive early at the venue to watch other artists perform, perhaps from the crowd, rather than wait for his turn in an exclusive VIP lounge.
Tickets for the Free Up Peace concert can be purchased from Mi-tickets for Ksh. 1000 for regular tickets and Ksh. 3000 for VIP. The same will go for Ksh. 1500 and Ksh. 3500 respectively at the gate.
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