Posts tagged ‘Sarabi’
Out of Town: 2nd Edition of the Hakuna Matata Festival, Apr. 19 2014 @ the Machakos Peoples Recreational Park
The second edition of The Hakuna Matata Festival promises to be one for the books. Going down this Easter Saturday April 19th in Kenya’s most progressive county, Machakos at The Machakos Peoples Recreational Park.
A performance Line Up of epic Proportions is in store for everybody. The Dj Line up is out and on the night the following Chief Rockers will be on hand to keep you moving: CodeRED Dj Stylez, Creme De La Creme, Dj Protege Kenya and Deejay Crossfade
Live Performers will be: Ken wa Maria, SARABI, Fena and Scott The Violinist
The entertainment line up is a perfect mix of genres that have stood out in the Kenyan music scene and so you are guaranteed to leave feeling satisfied.
Tickets: Kshs 2000 at the Gate
Kenya’s Songs of Protest: Documentary & CD Compilation Preview Concert, Jan. 31 2014 @ Alliance Française
Performance by: Just a Band, Sarabi, Eric Wainaina and Makadem
Hosted by: John Sibi-Okumu
Performances by: Juliani, Dolla Kabary, Sarabi, Winyo & Saraki Dancers
Performances by 6 Bands: Fena, Sarabi, Stan, Jemedari, Mumala & Kiu
Nai ni Who: Celebrating South C, South B and Nairobi West Area
Performances by Makadem, Neema & Sarabi
Performances by: Suzanna Owiyo, Dan Aceda, Stan and Sarabi
Nyama choma and drinks will be on sale
Friday, 28th September 2012, 6.00 pm
Saturday, 29th September 2012, 6.00 pm
Sunday, 30th September 2012, 4.00 pm
The Villagers Band
Date: January 29, 2012
Venue : KARI [ Kenya Agricultural Research Institute - Waiyaki Way]
Location: Google Maps http://g.co/maps/a6xa5
Directions: From Westlands: Get on to Waiyaki Way, KARI is directly opposite the bus stop at the junction of Waiyaki Way and James Gichuru Rd.
From Kangemi: KARI is the second Gate to your left right after Nairobi School.
Tickets : Adults Kshs 350 and Children Kshs 50 (Advance tickets: 0728306630 or email email@example.com)
Music by: Sarabi, Sage, JayDabliu and Wairimu Ng’aru
Poetry by: Jemedari [Jemedari Flows], Wacera [ Girl in the City Bus], Kavossa Asavva [The River of Words Flows]and Wanjeri Gakuru [Live.Love. Laugh.]
Gallery : Best of 2011
Film*: Dawa by Mark Kaigwa and Wageuzi: Battle 2012 by Andrew Kaggia
*This is a new addition to Kinanda plus the two film makers will be on location. You are encouraged to come and chat them up about their work and inspiration behind their works.
As is the case there will be great artsy vendors, good company, crazy cheer and great food/drinks.
For more info and updates: Follow them on Twitter: @kinandaArtsfest, Facebook: Nairobi Kinanda Arts Festival
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