Internationally acclaimed Jamaican reggae star Tarrus Riley landed in Nairobi on Wednesday night ahead of his show scheduled for 20th October- Mashujaa Day.
The Reggae singer was accompanied by 8-man Black Soil Band and the legendary saxophonist Dean Fraser. The crew seemed happy to be in Kenya after a 27-hour flight from Jamaica with various stopovers.
The singer will be doing media rounds across various media platforms in an effort to create more buzz of his show. This is the 4th time Mr.Riley is In Nairobi and the last two experiences were not laudable.
Tarrus Riley will be performing at the KICC on Saturday alongside the living legend Everton Blender who is still in the 254 after his show tanked due to a poor organization by the promoter.
Events tickets are trading at Ksh1500 for regular and Ksh4000 VIP all advance on online portal tikiti.co.ke but at the gate, the prices will definitely be revised up.
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