The weekend is finally here after a quick week and as usual, we have the details on the coolest gigs in town:
Ruger Live In Kenya Mini-Concert
Nigerian singer and Jonzing World Record signee Ruger will be live in Kenya on the 18th of September. The show which will take place at the Diamond Plaza II in Parklands, Nairobi, will open its gates from 11 am till 9 pm. Click here or dial *229*90# to secure your tickets.
Award-winning South African stars Shekhinah and Moonchild Sanelly and Kenyan stars Xenia Manasseh and Bey T will be live at the Thrift social. The concert which seeks to celebrate music, fashion, and art, will be taking place at the Winning Post in Ngong Racecourse on 18th September from 12 noon till 7 pm. Tickets are available here.
Story Za Kanairo
The Kenya National Theatre will open its doors for the 6th edition of Bleeding Stars dubbed Story Za Kanairo, on 18th September. On stage will be the comedian and actor DJ Shiti, rapper Japesa, actress Nyokafii, Singer Felly Karembo, DJ Torque, and comedians Kaduskoo and Kartelo. Gates will open from 1 pm till 6 pm. Tickets are retailing at KES 300 for advance and KES 500 at the gate. Secure your tickets by paying via their MPESA till number 9027185.
FilmAid Kenya will be holdings its 14th film festival on 18th September. This edition will be celebrating individual and collective voices around the theme of, Inform. Engage. Inspire. Taking place virtually, attendees will get to watch short films and great interviews made by FilmAid Kenya’s talented students in Kakuma and Dadaab refugee camps, and also a selection of international short films. All the action will begin from 2 pm till 10 pm on their Facebook, YouTube and Instagram handles. Click here to set a reminder.
Gondwana KE will be hosting South African singer, songwriter, and DJ Zakes Bantwini, and Kenyan entertainers Suraj, Euggy, DJ IV, Foozak, Midleman, and Kato Change. The show will take place on 19th September at The Alchemist Bar in Westlands from 12 midday till 8 pm. Tickets are available here.