Weekend Guide: Step into September In Style

Happy new month vibers! Welcome to September, the final month of the third quarter. As you embark on your quest to find entertainment this weekend, we’ve curated a selection of top-notch events for your consideration:

Nyege Nyege Festival

Experience the vibrant Kenyan Nyege Nyege Festival at Savannah Park in Naivasha. The festival runs from Friday, September 1st, to Sunday, September 3rd. Immerse yourself in the richness of African music, delectable cuisine, captivating art, and vibrant culture at one of East Africa’s most thrilling festivals. Secure your tickets on TicketSasa.


L-Boogie: Nairobi’s Biggest Old School Party

Kenya’s premier old-school music DJ, L-Boogie, will transport you back to the groovy decades of the 70s, 80s, and 90s this 1st Friday. Hosted by the legendary DJ Adrian, the action unfolds at the Carnivore Simba Saloon from 4 pm until late. Don’t miss out; tickets are available on TicketSasa.

The African Throne World Tour

Brace yourself as South Africa’s Hip-Hop Giants, Nasty C, and Cassper Nyovest, grace Kenya as part of the African Throne Tour. Catch these two phenomenal rappers live at the Winning Post, Ngong Race Course on September 2nd. This monumental event is poised to redefine the landscape of African music. Secure your tickets on Hustle Sasa.


Strictly Kenyan

All roads lead to the K1 Club House for the Shrap Edition of Strictly Kenyan, presented by Icon Radio in collaboration with Shrap Daily. On the lineup are Groovy Jo, Kanzu, Mervyn Obiero, Saisa, Genes 1s, and It’ssb. The show kicks off at 8 pm. Ensure your entry by securing tickets at MTickets.


Festival of Sound and Art

Lastly, join crooners Ethan Muziki and Kinoti for a live performance at the Festival of Sound and Art at Sarit Center on the 2nd Sunday. Mark your calendar for an unforgettable concert filled with soulful R&B and Afro-Soul music. Entry is free, and gates open at 2 pm.

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