Events to attend this weekend.
04 April 2014, 21:32
Nairobi - We have a hot lineup for you this weekend with concerts from the sauti academy to Sarabi Band playing live backed up by Dela. Check out the events to attend this weekend:
Friday April 4 2014
Date: 4th April, 2014, from 7Pm
Venue: Alliance Francaise
Entry: KES 500.
The internationally renowned Sarabi Band alongside the magnificent Dela will entertain you with the best Afro neosoul music from 7Pm. The theme for the night is Hands of our Wildlife.
Saturday April 5 2014
Live @ the BBQ
Runs till: Saturday 05th, April
Time: 12:00 PM - 11:59 PM
Location: The Amboseli Gardens
Host Name: Trixx Media
Trixx Media Ltd presents again in partnership with Pepsi, MSCK, Triple P Media and Amboseli Gardens “ Live @ The BBQ Vol III” on the April 5th at Amboseli Gardens on Road Lavington from 12:00 P.M Saturday until mid-night.
Live @ The BBQ is a platform for upcoming and already established artistes to perform.
An opportunity to experience the limelight, build and better oneself while engagement in a fun and relaxed environment.
Come enjoy FREE MBUZI from 12pm to 4pm straight from the grill sand Happy Hour From 12pm to 4pm as you enjoy Entertainment from DjNruff, DjPierra and DjDuez, Mc Martin Kariuki.
Date: 5th April, 2014, from 6:30Pm
Venue: Goethe Institute
Entry: Ksh 500.
This event themed Expose' (hashtag #NakedMusic) will bring out all the juicy musical secrets these musicians have been hiding in their magic bags for the past one year as they learnt the ins and outs of voice, music writing, performance and business at Sauti Academy.
With 8 versatile performers ready to entice your taste buds with their own compositions played by their own bands, you are advised to come ready to boogie.
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