We have been closely following the entertainment activities happening in our city Nairobi, and we can stamp the city as a supreme melting point for cultures all courtesy of music. The story is not coming to a close anytime soon.
The next big event you should be saving you entertainment allowance for is The Kaya Festival at the Ngong Racecourse on 28th Of July.
The Kaya will see two major international acts: Nasty C from South Africa and Kojo Funds from the United Kingdom perform in Nairobi.
Nasty C performed alongside American superstar Ty Dolla Sign at the Jameson Connect gig last year and he was overwhelmed by the love he received while on stage. He could not believe how the crowd sang his songs word for word. Nasty just dropped his album ‘Strings and Bling’ and kicked off his ‘Ivyson Tour’ for 2018.
Kojo Funds is a relatively new name in the UK music scene. He is flying the Afro-Swing flag high with his music and winning accolades while at it. His jam ‘Dun Talkin’ won a MoBo Award in 2016 and since then he has had back to back hits on his resume. Check out jams like, ‘Want From Me’, ‘Aribba’, Robbery’, ‘Check’, ‘Stallin’, the list goes on.
Tickets for The Kaya event are trading from as low as Ksh2000 for early bird regular and Ksh4000 at the gate. VIP tickets are selling at 7500 for early bird and Ksh10000 at the gate.
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