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Celebrating Nairobi: Nai Ni Who 2 Grand Finale, Aug. 2 2014 @ Central Park

Nai ni who 2
This Saturday Nai Ni Who are partying in Central park! Join the parade, watch Nai Ni Who tourna final and live performances!

Date: August 2, 2014
Venue: Central Park
Time: from 10 am
Entry: Free
Performance by: Sarabi, Suzannah Owiyo, Mejja and Dove Slimme

Join a parade through town from 10 am. Performances take place in the afternoon.

July 31, 2014 at 5:41 pm Leave a comment

Solidarity with African Unity & End of Conflicts in Africa Concert, May 25 2014 @ KICC Courtyard

FINAL FLYER 2
Date: May 25, 2014
Venue: KICC Courtyard
Time: 12 pm

Artists scheduled to perform: Sarabi, Affrizo band, Vitali (tz), Grand Master Masese, Dr. Dan, Poet Tear Drop, Teto Tutuma, Ndungi Githuku and many more…

May 23, 2014 at 12:44 pm Leave a comment

Out of Town: 2nd Edition of the Hakuna Matata Festival, Apr. 19 2014 @ the Machakos Peoples Recreational Park

Hakuna Matata
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

April 10, 2014 at 5:52 pm Leave a comment

Kenya’s Songs of Protest: Documentary & CD Compilation Preview Concert, Jan. 31 2014 @ Alliance Française

Songs of Protest
Date: January 31, 2014
Venue: Alliance Française
Time: 7-11 pm
Free Entrance

Performance by: Just a Band, Sarabi, Eric Wainaina and Makadem
Hosted by: John Sibi-Okumu

January 23, 2014 at 2:36 pm 1 comment

Out of Town/Naam Festival: the Farming is Cool with Juliani, Dec. 14 2013 @ Kisumu Beach Resort

Juliani
Date: December 14, 2013
Venue: Kisumu Beach Resort
Time: From 5 pm till late
Tickets: Kshs 200

Performances by: Juliani, Dolla Kabary, Sarabi, Winyo & Saraki Dancers
MC: Wilbroda

December 9, 2013 at 12:54 pm 3 comments

Thursday Nite feat. Sarabi Band, Dec. 12 2013 @ Choices

TNL@C_Sarabi

December 6, 2013 at 5:08 pm Leave a comment

7th E. African Arts Summit: Incorporating 10 years of the GoDown, Nov. 21-23 2013 @ Various Venues

the East African Arts Summit
Where is East Africa headed? Socio-political, Economic, Cultural and Technological outlook for coming decades, and their implications for culture and the arts

The 7th Edition of the East Africa Arts Summit will take place from Thursday 21st to Saturday 23rd November in Nairobi, Kenya. It comes at a time of milestone anniversaries in the region. Most East African nations are marking or have recently marked 50 years of Independence, while at the same time, several influential arts organizations in the region celebrate their contribution to a decade of significant change for East Africa’s cultural sector.

As part of The GoDown Arts Centre’s celebration of ten years of diverse events and activities, it invites regional colleagues, artists and arts organizations to reflect on possible future scenarios for East Africa.
The discussions, framed within socio-political, economic, cultural and technological contexts will examine potential prospects, and challenges. The GoDown will also share its ten-year journey in the regional sector, highlighting its perceptions and indicating notable issues for the arts in coming years.

Sparking off the discussion will be keynote speakers envisioning possible directions for East Africa based on current developments; East African Community integration; increasing political awareness by regional citizens; oil, gas and mineral deposits in East Africa; burgeoning youth population and unemployment; urbanization; a growing middle class; infrastructural developments–mobile telephony, fibre-optic installation, rail, road and ports; East African innovators, etc –followed by round-table discussions by all participants around key themes on the place and purpose of the arts within these possible futures.

Events open to the Public: The GoDown Gig – Celebrating the 10 years of the GoDown
the GoDown Gig
Date: November 23, 2013
Venue: the GoDown Arts Centre
Time: 5 pm till dawn

Performances by: Sarabi, Iddi Achieng and Makadem
On the Decks: DJ Kafi

November 18, 2013 at 10:09 am 1 comment

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