55th Edition of Blankets and Wine: Karibu Mzansi feat. DJ Cleo, Sept. 7 2014 @ Carnivore Grounds

August 29, 2014 at 8:00 am 1 comment

Karibu Mzansi e-Flier
To commemorate 20 years of democracy and post-apartheid South Africa, Blankets & Wine in collaboration with the South African High Commission in Kenya present to you a special edition of Blankets & Wine on Sunday, 7th September 2014 dubbed Karibu Mzansi.

Date: September 7, 2014
Venue: at the Carnivore Gardens
Time: from 1pm – 10pm
Tickets: KES 2000 at the Gate

Celebrate this milestone with South Africa as you listen to funky tunes from: Vereso Andrew Wambua, Antoneosoul and Dela.

South African foods and wines will also be on sale

The headline artist for this event will be DJ Cleo of the smash hit single Facebook. DJ Cleo is brought to Blankets courtesy of the South African High Commission in Kenya.

Other events will be the DJ Stage with house guru Jack Rooster and the Caffe Mocha crew, Writer’s Stage curated by Kwani? And B&W Film Stage curated by PAWA 254.

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  • 1. jchebet  |  September 8, 2014 at 10:29 am

    DJ Cleo was not there. I want a refund. You can’t hype an event with a name and then the guy doesn’t show, say sorry and say you’ll get a more reliable person next time, and expect us (who’ve paid 2k pp) to be like okay….

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