Posts tagged ‘jua kali’

Live Performance/Concert: Street Fusion with Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley, Khaligraph & Jua Kali, May 31 2017 @ Carnivore Gardens


Date: May 31, 2017
Venue: Carnivore Gardens
Time: from 6 pm
Tickets: Gate KES 2,000/- regular and KES 5,000/- VIP

Advance tickets available here

Performances by: Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley, Khaligraph & Jua Kali

May 29, 2017 at 12:35 pm Leave a comment

Concert: Kenya’s Own feat Jua kali, Every 2nd Saturday of the Month @ Carnivore Restaurant

KENYAS-OWN
Kenya’s Own returns this month with Jua Kali performing live music from his new album Tugenge ya Jayo as well as performances by Kenya’s premier Swahili Rock Band, Simply Tomas and several new and emerging talent acts on stage.

Entry: Free

Watch Jua Kali’s latest Video

August 6, 2013 at 3:32 pm Leave a comment

Community: Nai Ni Who Zone 4 End Party, Jun. 28 2013 @ Citizone, Epren Plaza, Mesora Supermarket Parking – Buru Buru

Nai Ni Who Buru Buru
The Nai Ni Who Festival in Zone 4 concludes today with the BURUKLYN HOOD FIESTA, from 6pm, at Citizone, Epren Plaza, Mesora Supermarket Parking, Buruburu.

In appearances will be Jua Kali, Marya, Annette, Lulu and The Hearts. DJ Young Jockey will be on the decks.

There will also be Film Screening of ‘Ndoto Za Elibidi and Buruhood Documentary.

June 28, 2013 at 2:05 pm Leave a comment

KenyaNite: Performance by Jua Kali, Jul. 27 2012 @ Asmara Lounge


Date: July 27, 2012
Venue: Asmara Lounge, Pangani
Entry: Free
On the decks DJ Wesley

July 27, 2012 at 9:14 am 13 comments

Concert/Event: Now I Know, Apr 16 2011 @ Eastleigh High School


The UNHCR would like to warmly invite you to an advocacy event that will take place on Saturday 16th of April, from 1 to 5 PM, in Eastleigh High School.

This event will see famous Kenyan public figures (Eric Wainaina, Eric Omondi and Jua Kali) performing together with Somali artists to start a new dialogue between the two communities and promote understanding for Somali refugees living in Kenya.

The theme of the event is NOW I KNOW, as Kenyans will hopefully leave the event thinking: ?Now I know why Somalis are here?, ?Now I know
what they feel?, ?Now I know what they have gone through?, ?Now I know a simple smile can help?.

This is the map of the venue of the event – click to enlarge it. Please note that UNHCR organized for security and ample parking space for all invitees.

April 15, 2011 at 4:26 pm Leave a comment


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