Posts tagged ‘bomas’
Date: May 5, 2012
Venue: Bomas of Kenya
Tickets: Kshs 2,000
Advance tickets: Ticket sasa
Music performances by Habida and Atemi
Just five months after releasing his latest album The Good, The Bad, The Sexy, American musician Joe is making his way to Kenya for the first time to perform at the first Tusker Lite concert this year.
Date: March 31, 2012
Venue: Bomas of Kenya Auditorium
Time: 5pm onwards
Tickets: KSh 3,000.
Performances: Joe with his 8-member band.
Accompanying acts: June Gachui and singer Donell Jones’ DJ, Jaytech
Joe Thomas, shot to fame with the title track of his then album All That I Am in 1997, has been busy since then, recording a total of 9 studio albums. The 39 year old musician is still singing about love and is still deftly incorporating acoustic guitar in soothing tunes with his latest album, which went to the #2 spot at the BillBoard RnB charts. The Good, The Bad, The Sexy is slightly more assertive and fast paced, but definitely has Joe Thomas written all over it.
Thomas, whose parents are both preachers, caused a good stir when one of his singles last year (Closer) featured in a compilation CD called Sacred Love Songs II by Bishop TD Jakes.
Venue: Bomas of Kenya
Date: November 7, 2010
Time: 6- 10pm
Tickets: Advance Kshs 3000 at the door Kshs 3500
Jonathan Butler Performing Live in Kenya
Tickets for this event are now on sale at the Sierra Brasserie, 2nd Floor Yaya Centre
For deliveries please call 020 24 98 759
Friday 5th March
2:00 p.m. Schools and Orphanages.Dress rehearsal performance
Saturday 6th March 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Gala Ballet Fusion / Dinner
Classical Ballet with Kenyan and Indian dance Performed by Vienna Festival Ballet, – Stuttgart Ballet –
Book-Launch: Fighting for BOMAS: In Search of the Kenya I Want
By Mude Dae Mude
Friday 17 April 2009 at 6.00 pm, Goethe-Institut Auditorium
The constitution of Kenya is easily the stickiest issue in the country’s post-colonial history. In his new book, Mude Dae Mude explains that the Kenyan constitution has been tampered with so many times since independence as to render it a draconian tool in the hands of the Executive. It is on account of this that the call for major constitutional reforms which began earnestly in 1992 led to the futile referendum in 2005. But what went wrong? Fighting for BOMAS, a chronicle of the intrigues around the constitution, is published by MvuleAfrica Publishers.
The evening will be introduced and moderated by Barack Muluka.
In cooperation with MvuleAfrica Publishers