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Date: April 9, 2017
Venue: Ngong Racecourse Waterfront
Time: 12 – 10 pm
Tickets: advanced tickets – KES 3000, and door tickets – KES 3500
Advance tickets available here
Performances by: AKA, the “Supa Mega”, Nneka, Fena Gitu, Nu Nairobi
DJ Set: DJ Suraj
*Inclusive of all day yoga classes, festival present, Swahili dinner, sunset dhow meditation & final beach party
** Inclusive of all day yoga classes and festival present only
We are bringing you the fourth annual Lamu Yoga Festival March 8-12, 2017. Activities will be centered in charming Shela village, but will encompass Manda Island and Lamu Old Town, so the whole area is abuzz with yoga.
A variety of yoga classes and meditations — for all levels — will be offered over four days at 10 unique venues and studios. From early-bird yoga on the beach to meditation under the moon, the festival offers something for everyone, including new experiences for long-time practitioners.
Highlights include a dhow sail, workshops, fun competitions, and a grand finale beach party with Lamu drummers and acrobats.
PS: Registration closes on March 1, 2017. For details on accommodation, festival ticket and airport transfer, download the lamu-yoga-festival-2017 (pdf) pamphlet.
Safaricom Jazz Festival: David Sanborn – USA & TaxiWars – Belgium, Feb. 26 2017 @ Training Grounds – Kasarani Stadium
Performances by: David Sanborn – USA, TaxiWars – Belgium, The Hazelnuts – Israel, Ray Lema & Saka Saka – Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Bokani Dyer – South Africa, Arun Ghosh – UK, Shamsi Music – Kenya, Mwai and the Truth – Kenya, and the Nairobi Horns Project – Kenya
All proceeds from the ticket sales will go to funding Ghetto Classics
David Sanborn is the headlining act of Safaricom Jazz Festival set for February 26, 2017 at Training Grounds, Kasarani Stadium
Kilimani Project Foundation will hold the first street festival of 2017. There will be lots of food, fashion and cultural exhibitions and stands as well as good representation from the Kilimani Community.
Among the cultural performers set to take the stage this year include Anthem Choir/Fezi, Children’s Garden Home, Shepherds Dance Crew, Velour Model Fashion Show, Nyatiti Player Atisanna, Capoeira by Lua & Farao, Shangilia Performing Arts, Marion Munga & Kike Dance, Wandia Duet, Wanny & Katalina.
The festival will be preceded by the Kilimani 5KM Run in partnership with Lorna Sports (starting 7am).
Register today by paying the run fee to MPESA Paybill 170412 and get a T-shirt. Corporate Teams: Ksh 5,000; Adults: Ksh 500, Students: Ksh 200; Kids: Ksh 100.