They will be flying the Kenyan flag high, as one of only three Kenyan acts to have played on one of the continents biggest jazz stages ‘the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz Festival’. They will join the ranks of Eric Wainaina and Valerie Kimani who have previously represented for Kenya at the event which draws massive crowds of music lovers from across the world.
But ahead of that event which takes place on the 29th of September, the Nairobi Horns Project will be sharing the celebration for fans of the music right here in Nairobi.
The group has put together a festival of music of their own, to share in the vibes before they hit the road.
#TheJazzTrain will be taking off next Tuesday 25th September at J’s Fresh Kitchen in Westlands; just opposite Safaricom House.
No charges at the door – it’s all about feeling the energy and sharing in sound.
Aside from the Nairobi Horns, on the lineup will be artists including Kato Change, The Jack Muguna Quintet, Amani Baya & Quarte
The show starts at 7pm and ends at 10.
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