Out of Town/Concert: Live And Die In Afrika Tour by Sauti Sol, Apr. 16 2016 @ Nakuru Athletics Club

April 12, 2016 at 6:49 pm Leave a comment

Date: April 16, 2016
Venue: Nakuru Athletics Club
Time: From 7 pm
Tickets: General Admission at the Gate – KES 500

The multiple award-winning group: Sauti Sol have embarked on the Live and Die in Afrika Tour – Kenya’s biggest traveling music tour, that kicked off in Nairobi this February in the launch of their third album: Live and Die in Afrika.

On April 16th, the tour will pitch tent in a massive Nakuru concert that will be held at the Nakuru Sports Ground. This is set to be the biggest concert Nakuru music fans have experienced in the recent past. Alongside Sauti Sol’s 8-man band and a set of dancers and other acts, expect a world-class show and an experience to remember and share.

“We are super excited to be in Nakuru for our Live and Die in Afrika tour. We haven’t had a proper concert in Nakuru mainly because our catalogue wasn’t big but right now we have the ammunition to rock Nakuru. We promise that this will be as thrilling as it could get. Grab all your friends and fans of Sauti Sol and come watch us deliver a world-class performance in your hometown,” says Sauti Sol’s official statement.

Kenya’s illest hype man DNG will be the Mcee of the Nakuru concert. From amazing stage set up, DJs, surprises, choreography to electric performances and opening acts; this is the ultimate plot for friends and Sauti Sol fans.


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