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Performances by: Dela, Yunasi & Kidum
Live performances by Atemi & Yunasi
Music by DJ Kafi
Dates: August 31-September 2, 2012
Venue: Fisherman’s Camp, Lake Naivasha
Tickets: Weekend Tickets Kshs 4,000 and Day Tickets Kshs 2,000
Tickets available at TicketSasa
This year, the Kids Festival August Edition, is set to celebrate talents in kids with the bigger focus on their musical talents…established musicians will inspire, guide, encourage, and sing along, dance along, play along these talented kids.
They include the following great Musicians: Billian Music Family, Emmy Kosgei, Jimmy Gait, Mad Traxx, Nameless, Suzanna Owiyo, Wyre, Yunasi and others
Also tagging along will be the great comedians Churchill, Eric Omondi, Ayeiiiyah! Mc Jessy, Chipukeezy, Jalango, amongst others
There will be various fun and learning activities, tented area which has activities such as: Drawing, face painting, essay writing, radio & TV talent search, Interactive games and a huge Kids concert held at the centre stage, with some talented kids singing and dancing along the stars.
For more information check the Facebook event page
Date: August 5, 2012
Venue: Leisure Gardens-Mamba Village
Tickets: Kshs 1500 Gate Kshs 1300 advance, available at select Dormans outlets and online via ticketsasa.com, 500 Ksh. for children over 5years and free for children between 5-12 years.
Performances by Sauti Sol, Michael Ongaro, Yunasi & Tumi
Sauti Sol will be performing their just released album, ‘Sauti Sol’ for the first time. The album is an experimental work in which Sauti Sol has embarked on an exciting mission – to embrace their artistic versatility and blend their signature harmonies with the futuristic sounds of avant-garde South African rapper/producer Spoek Mathambo. The end result of this much-anticipated collaboration reflects the band’s mission to break (African) musical stereotypes and borders.
In 2004, Yunasi developed a unique East African music style called Sesube which is a combination of Sega, Isukuti, and Benga. It takes sounds and inspirations, cultural styles and languages from local Kenyan communities, and fuses those sounds with a European component. This is achieved by playing a variety of instruments, both traditional and modern.
Since the formation of the group, they have performed at festivals like Sauti za Busara, Bluesfest and Festhorn and played shows in Kenya, France, Germany, Belgium, Mayotte, Djibouti, Tanzania, Australia, Thailand and London. Furthermore, Yunasi won the 2004 Kisima Award for Best Afro-Fusion Band in Kenya, scooped the prize at the prestigious US International Songwriting Contest in 2006, and achieved the 2nd place in the World of Music Awards (WOMA) 2008.
On this evening, Yunasi will present some of their latest songs that will be featured on their upcoming album, both in an acoustic and a more energetic set.