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Blankets and wine + Amnesty International KE Present Artivism – End Forced Evictions, Nov. 2 2014 @ Carnivore Grounds
Date: October 19, 2014
Venue: Carnivore Gardens
Artists: Wizkid (Nigeria), Muthoni the Drummer, Octopizzo, Fena and Sage
DJs: Heavy K (S.A.), Creme de la Creme and Electrique DJs
Time: 6.00 pm onwards
Entry: VIP – 8,000/-; Golden Circle – 3,000/-; Regular – 1,500/-
Wiz Kid ‘Looking For Caro’ hit-maker representing Nigeria
DJ Heavy K famed for the house music hit ‘Wena’ representing South Africa
Support acts: ElectrAfrique, Cream De La Crème, A host of Kenyan Artists
For the first time ever, we are going to take you through a thematic discovery of the creative industry, through “An Ode To Hip Hop”. On October 5th, our focus is going to be on the incredible impact that hip hop has had on music, literature, film, fashion, art, culture and our collective imagination.
This Sunday October 5th from 1:00pm – 9:00pm all four stages of Blankets & Wine i.e. music, film, literature, fashion and art will carry out interactive elements of this theme.
Following the theme, we want to showcase the major players within the creative industry who have been influenced by Hip Hop culture and have made it their own.
Hip Hop heads and music lovers will be treated to the finest sounds coming out of the Hip Hop music scene here in Kenya featuring TAIO, Muthoni the Drummer Queen and Rabbit.
On the writers stage curated by the Kwani? Trust, join mind indulging conversations with Muthoni Drummer Queens as she leads tantilising topics during Kwani? Mahewa. Catalyst your mind into conversations during the Emerging Voices segment dissecting the mind of pan-African writers from the Jaladan writer’s collective. Take a seat on the bleachers in the shade and fall deep into sheng poems with Mistari Shend Speare. Meet your fellow Blankets & Wine family by simply swaping a book with one of them.
Music and Literature isn’t your thing? Not to worry the film stage is here to help, showcasing a variety of films highlighting key players in the Kenyan hip hop industry, including “Juliani – The Road Trips Connections”. Express yourself at the Art Hive with FA254, Made With Love and KMS – Kilometers, as they take you through artistic expressions in the hip hop genre.
Finally, end the evening on a high and dance the night away on the DJ stage with some of HomeBoyz Radio finest DJ’s including DJ FinalKut, DJ Zaq and DJ Jack Rooster from Café Mocha Lounge. Mixing Hip Hop sounds and afro-house the DJ stage will be kicking all day AND night!
To encapture this dynamic Hip Hop theme, the very entertaining event ‘Hip Hop Karaoke’ will plug in to the space and take over the programme. From 6:00pm – 8:00pm let your hair down at the DJ Stage, and for a few songs be your favourite hip hop artist. We also encourage all Blankets & Winers to come dressed as your favourite Hip Hop artist.
WHAT TO EXPECT
From a music-driven lifestyle experience, Blankets & Wine has evolved into a multi-disciplinary, multi-stage platform for the expression of music, literature, film, fashion and art delivering an aesthetically and artisitcally stimulating experience. As all stages run concurrently, create your own B&W experience by picking up a programme at the entrance. Propel your creative curiosity through An Ode To Hip Hop and Discover, Love, Share at Blankets & Wine
Discover & Share : 54th Edition of Blankets & Wine feat. Fena & Wendy Kimani, Aug. 3 2014 @ Carnivore Gardens
This edition of Blankets & Wine will host a variety of fun filled, family-friendly activities as we Discover, Love and Share in the creative blend of music, literature, fashion, art and film.
Dates: August 3, 2014
Venue: Carnivore Gardens
Time: 1-7 pm
Tickets: KES 2000 at the Door
Featured activities at this event will include;
Performances by: Cece Sagini, Mumala, Wendy Kimani and Fena
Kwani Trust STAGE
Join Kenya’s emerging authors, poets, thespians and musicians for a series of thematic performances, readings, discussions and literary exhibitions centered around writing and literature. Share and learn with other literary enthusiasts and experience the world of words live at the Kwani? stage at B&W 54. This month, the Kwani? stage will feature;
Kwani? Literary Salon: Emerging Voices
Kwani? Book Swap
Short Film Exhibition by PAWA 254
FA254: African Designers For Tomorrow
Made With Love
Chill out with the afro-house guru Jack Rooster for a live session of his radio show Caffe Mocha at B&W
Find more info here
You may carry a picnic and/or a bottle of wine ONLY