Out of Town/Party: The Hakuna Matata Festival, Dec 31 2013 @ Fisherman’s Camp – Lake Naivasha

December 19, 2013 at 12:19 pm 3 comments

Hakuna Matata Festival
No worries, just good vibes to ring in the New Year.

This year Epic Nation Live, The Rift Valley Festival and Codered Entertainments’ The Event Gear’ are switching up the New Years Eve party scene and taking it to The Rift Valley. Naivasha to be specific.

This is a party for all those who want a break from tradition and to do something new and refreshing on New Years Eve. Lets take a break from the city life…..BOTH cities.

This event won’t be short of entertainment value and for your entertainment we have put together a list of only the Finest Live Acts and Dj’s Kenya has to offer. Amongst them are the following:

Acts: FENA, ELECTRIQUE DEEJAYS & SCOTT THE VIOLINIST AND THE ECLAVE BAND

Main Stage Dj’s: Stylez, Protégé, Creme De La Creme & Redeye And Co.

Fambula Stage: Dj Mr Sean, Skaface

For more info visit https://www.facebook.com/HakunaMatataFestival

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. awesomemoxie  |  December 19, 2013 at 7:21 pm

    now this is what it’s all about. :) as the entire Nairobi heads to the coast,,,we head in the other direction. :)
    *Mapenzi.Love* :)

    Reply
  • 2. Mkenya  |  December 29, 2013 at 6:25 pm

    Reblogged this on MKENYAZ and commented:
    A must attend

    Reply
  • 3. Jim  |  March 22, 2014 at 11:02 pm

    Hi Ivan and Sean.
    Been living in Glastonbury for 17 months now. Getting to know the run of things. I trust all is going well with the festival. May well try to attend next year. Am looking to set up some kind of business. Maybe a small shop. Also looking to buy a plot of land to build an eco dwelling. Meanwhile I’m looking to work in landscaping, festival work, marquee construction etc. If either of you have any contacts in or around Glastonbury for this kind of work I’d appreciate an introduction.
    You are always welcome to come stay if ever in these parts.
    All the best.

    Jim.

    Reply

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