Blankets & Wine has been a premier event at the forefront of bringing forward music, fashion, and culture into one accord and has done so for the past 10 years. It has been a platform for great live performances connecting artists and consumers uniquely.
This year, Good Times Africa and Red Bull Music have joined forces to curate an event of its kind to celebrate the last 10 years and the strides artists have made in the music creation and performance.
Mark your calendars as we gear up to the 4th of November at the Ngong Racecourse for the epic show to help you relax and escape through amazing stage performances. A chance to celebrate artists who have continued to grow their craft and recognizing the magnitude of this staying power in a tough industry.
Speaking about the upcoming event, Blankets & Wine creator Muthoni had this to say, “Our shared values of celebration and investing in music and the arts will come alive at this special event to mark a decade of ‘Made in Kenya’ excellence. Expect a refined experience of music, food, and fashion that will leave you feeling uplifted, inspired and thoroughly entertained!”
Red Bull Music has over 20 years experience in holding one of a kind music events for emerging musicians across the globe. Every year the graduating class goes on to be innovators in music back home, with the institution has honed the skills of artists like Culoe de Song, Aloe Blacc, and our very own Blinky Bill.
This September sees a new cohort join the academy where it all started – Berlin, Germany and includes another Kenyan select, rising producer Samuel Sichangi.
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