Luo Festival on the way
26 March 2014, 17:39
Nairobi - “To my Luo brothers. You only live once, live well. Luo is not a tribe, it is a calling"- Oj John Oballa.
This is the slogan behind the latest contribution to the Kenyan Cultural festivals, the Luo Festival.
Known for being people of great pride in their culture and affluence, the Luo community, in conjunction with The Standard Group, Arena Media, The Youth Fund, Nairobi County and the Carnivore Restaurant presents the cultural festivals, from the 26th to 27th of April 2014.
It will feature some of the best performers from the lake side including Suzanna Owiyo, Princess Jully and IdieAchieng among many others.
MC’s for the night will be Eric Omondi, Jalango, Otoyo, Wilbroda and OwagoNyiro.
This is the first of what we hope should be a string of cultural festivals from across the country to celebrate the cultural diversity in this country. This has not been done before and it should be one to attend. Entry fees are at KES 2 000 for day passes and KES 3 000 for the season pass.
To get a better idea of what will be going down, check out this advertisement meant for the festival.
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