Posts tagged ‘Sarabi’
From 18th to 20th October 2014 at the Sondeka festival at the Ngong racecourse, we are going to serenade your staff with a beauty spa, fashion, movies, games for the kids and for the lovers of old school Kenyan sounds, Them Mushrooms will be out to please. Plus, over 40 other acts from H_art the band, Ricardo Garcia, Sarabi, Maia, Santuri Safari DJs to Dhol Xtacy and more.
Sondeka Festival is the first ever Create and Innovation Festival in East Africa brought to you by Creatives Garage. If you are looking to invest, come and be amazed by robotic and innovation displays at the Festival.
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Charit Concert: Waterwater – A Concert with Maeckes, Marteria, Octopizzo, Onejiru & Sarabi, Oct. 4 2014 @ Goethe-Institut Auditorium
Viva con Agua (VcA) is a charitable organisation based in St. Pauli, Hamburg (Germany), campaigning for clean drinking water and human sanitation worldwide. Since its existence VcA together with the United Nations World Food Program ensured access to clean drinking water to more than 500.000 people. Besides the social projects VcA also always tries to initiate links between the people in the project countries and the donors using the universal language of music, art, and football.
During the trip to Kenya the local musicians Octopizzo, Sarabi, and Onejiru will work with Marteria and Maeckes from Germany. The aim of the trip is to create a song together as well as produce a documentary photobook with the journalist Marcus Staiger and the photographer Paul Ripke and a cinematic documentary from the view of a Kenyan director, focusing on the particular approach and method of this social and cultural cooperation.
In cooperation with the United Nations World Food Program and One Fine Day Films
Date: August 2, 2014
Venue: Central Park
Time: from 10 am
Performance by: Sarabi, Suzannah Owiyo, Mejja and Dove Slimme
Join a parade through town from 10 am. Performances take place in the afternoon.