March Events Worth Your Time

01 March of 2019 by

Things to do in Nairobi and the rest of the country this month.

As usual, we’ve got you covered on where and when the coolest gigs will be going down. Rainy March is upon us but let not the weather put a damper on any of your plans.

The first days of March fall on a weekend and they are action packed.

The GoDown Gig with Idd Aziz, Zikki and Ricky Na Marafiki

Date: March 2nd

The GoDown Gig is back again – the line up has musicians you will love to see live. If you are there strictly for the music we suggest you get to the venue early and get a good spot. This is a day event that goes on until evening.

Anto 2.0 Feat Lucy Lugano, Yviona Reign, Owuor Arunga Sponsored by Henessy

Date: March 2nd

Anto will for a second time be putting on what he promises to be a night of unforgettable music. Watch the teaser here

The Asian Weekly Achievers Awards at Diamond Plaza 2

Date: March 2nd

Awards ceremonies are always fun and glam. Look out for nominees and winners of this year’s edition.


Rhumba at the Park at the Butterfly Pavilion Mombasa

Dates March 2nd

Good food, good music in a lovely venue –

Mombasa is going to be hotter than usual this weekend. Catch MCA Tricky, Ricky Mulolo, Marto Sibuor, DJ Works, DJ Darell and other entertainers doing their thing. Entarnce is 1000 bob. Gates open at 6pm and the party goes on till 6am

Pop up And Chill Handmaker’s Market

Date: March 3rd

Local designers & makers at 910 James Gichuru for the best locally hand-made goods, great music, great company, great food and all around great vibes. The daytime event that’s family friendly and free!

Hapa Kenya’s International Women’s Day Quiz Night

Dates March 5th

Gather your squad and show up for the most fun quiz night in the city.

Africa Nouveau 2019

Dates March 8th- 10th

Africa Nouveau Festival Is Back With A Bang!

Private Dreams Exhibition at Villa Rosa Kempinski

Date March 9th

A night of cocktail, music, photography, art and networking at the Villa Rossa Kempinski.
Join an EXCLUSIVE club of people who are passionate about art and storytelling. Price: Ksh. 6,500 Paybill: 315697

Other art exhibitions to look out for happening at the Rosslyn Riviera, Karen Village and Sankara Hotel.

Soulful Storytelling

Dates March 16th

Burundian spoken word artist Ivan Irakoze of Ink Overflow events, dancer Alex Nana and Ciano Maimba will be on stage.

A Girlfriends Confidential Talk at Village Market

Date March 23rd

The talk with Victoria Rubadiri and Janet Mbugua will be happening on 23rd March from 2pm-5pm at Trademark Hotel. All are welcomed. Entry is free!

30th Support Women Artists Now Jukwaa Lounge

Date March 30th

The event celebrates the creativity and resiliency of women artists and ALL women in Kenya and the world. #womenarts 

Kenyan comedy queens including Teacher Wanjiku, Mwende, Nasra, Pasha, Cartoon, Tindo have a night of comedy at the KICC on the first of March too.

Some of the places to check out this month for their regular events include; Muze, Alchemist, the Alliance Francaise, J’s and Captain’s Terrace.

Foodies, remember March will see a number of restaurants participate in Nairobi Restaurant Week. Check out Pan Asian Yao in Gigiri for deals on asian cuisines and delicious cocktails. The Kilimani Street Festival is also slotted for the end of the month.

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