It feels like ages since we’ve seen them on stage – or perhaps that’s because Elani is the type of band that needs to be on a stage every single weekend!
You don’t need to wait much longer – the trio will be headlining the Tudishi Feast-ival, an outdoor event aiming to celebrate food, culture and music – the very things that make us intrinsically Kenyan.
Wambui, Brian and Maureen are currently working on a new album that should be ready sooner than you think.
Also performing on the day will be the Tamasha band, a group of young vibrant members from Nakuru – Faith Mwende, Robert Riziki, Anthony Njagi, Gideon Musyoka and Robert Mwambonu. The band also runs a music school Tamasha House of Music which trains, records and mentors artists.
The event will be hosted by Nick Mutuma and takes place at the Kunte Gardens Nakuru from 12.00.p.m-10.00.p.m.
The main focus of the campaign is to get out the message of peace during the election period in one of the areas affected by the post-election violence in 2007.
Good food, good music and a great cause.
Get your ticket for only Kes. 1,000 by dialing *229*88# or visit www.haiya.co.ke
Visit www.2dishifeastival.com for more
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