Things to do in Nairobi and the rest of the country this month.
As usual, we’ve got you covered on where and when the coolest gigs will be going down.
Muze Club: KenyaNights Presents Marco Bailey and Backyard Bass with Lady Leshurr
Date: Feb 2nd , Feb 16th
Techno legend Marco Bailey will be performing at the newly launched Muze Club on the first Saturday of the month. We were at the launch where Blinky Bill also had his first show of the year and we loved it. It’s the cool and edgy indoor concert space Nairobi deserves. Muze will also be hosting Lady Leshurr for their Backyard Bass on the 16th and you can buy your tickets here.
#NairobiJam with MAKADEM
Date: Feb 8th
This second edition of the event held at Goethe Institute will have a workshop before the concert for upcoming artists moderated by George Ndiritu.
Tip: Check out Goethe’s facebook page for more books, arts and culture events all through the month https://www.facebook.com/GoetheInstitutNairobi/
odAOMO COLLECTION LAUNCH – DUNIA
Date: Feb 9th
Cross-cultural, made in Kenya women’s wear brand `odAOMo promise a fashion filled evening with an exclusive look at their latest collection.
Another fashion and food event to check out is the The Erroll Fashion Food Fair – Valentines Edition also happening on the 9th.
Yoga, Vision Boards and Tea Mimosas
Date: Feb 10th
Join Paige from Africa Yoga Project and Kelili Café for yoga, treats and creativity.
Roots Intl presents TNL at J’s
Dates: Feb 14th, 21st,28th
It’s a Pan African affair this February. Qwela (Uganda), Mandla Mlangeni(South Africa), Sofaz (Reunion Island) and Kenya’s own Atemi will be on stage at one of the best live gigs spot.
Nairobi Horns Project at Distant Relatives Ecolodge
Date: Feb 15th
Fashion High Tea 2019
Date: Feb 16th
FHT is back again this year which only means another chance to enjoy great food, drinks and see the latest designs from brands like; The Pink Savannah, Azus Leather, Suave Kenya, Zefyros by Lola to name a few. The High Tea crowd is also fun and energetic; making it an unmissable event.
Reggae Musician Richie Spice will also be in town on this day. Richie Spice Coming Back to Season the 254 This February
And so will Nigerian singer Flavour together with Steph Kapela, Alicios, Petra and more for the Festival of Love.
Because You Said So at the Junction Mall
Dates: Feb 16th
BYSS is Kenya’s first improv show that comes highly recommended by any one who has seen it!
Safaricom International Jazz Festival
Dates:15th and 17th Feb
The recurrent and notable jazz festival will be headlined by Two-time Grammy award winner Marcus Miller.
Story Party Nairobi | True Dating Stories at the Kenya National Theatre
Date: Feb 18th
What to expect: At Story Party you will hear true dating stories that will make you feel better because it could be worse. Story Party has toured over 50 countries because the dating struggle is real, worldwide. You’ll hear stories about ghosting, unwanted pictures, splitting the bill, cat-fishing, heart-break, and “I can’t believe these are true stories” from our professional storytellers.
Jazz Concert: Christine Kamau and Slatec
Date: Feb 20th
An evening of good jazz tunes will be the German techno jazz group SLATEC and the talented Kenyan trumpeter and composer Christine Kamau.
Tickets: 500 ksh (Available here)
Have a kick ass February!
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