Njanworry is finally coming to an end. For most people, your pay comes in the second last week of the very festive month of December and you do not get to see another coin from your boss till the last week of January (making it the longest month of the year J ). Relieve your post January frustrations by attending any of these events to blow off some steam.
- The Go Down gig at the Go Down Arts Centre
This event is a no cover charge event and a great chance to listen to the talented Harry Kimani perform live on 30th January 2016!
2. ONGEA: The Eastern Africa Music Summit
This event runs from 28th – 31St January. Here you will be able to listen to a cocktail of artists from different parts of not only the country but Eastern Africa and if you are brave enough to showcase your talent if any in this area. This is also a free event happening at Sarit Centre, Expo Hall. There will be 57 Exhibition Stands, 1 Free Recording Studio for your Demo, 8 Industry Panels and over 32 amazing Showcase Performances, during those 4 days. It’s the BIGGEST Music Event of 2016!
3. Play; Haicia Bendera
For those who can get the kikuyu language and are into theater go get your tickles at Alliance Francaise any day between 28th and 31st January. Tickets are only Kshs. 600
4. Sport Pesa Festival
This will be happening on 30th January at Nyayo Stadium. SportPesa participants or fun can go enjoy the variety of music and possibly keep winning at this event. Will you take the chance to spend Kshs. 500 for a regular ticket or Kshs. 2,000 for a VIP ticket to win Kshs. 50,000?
5. WHO IS KING?
This is the awaited battle between Juliani, Khaligraph and Rabbit which is set to happen at Alliance Française Gardens on 30th January. Tickets can be purchased on mymsanii.com for Kshs. 500.
6. Concert: Mipigo
MIPIGO is Kenya’s first ever Solo & Duet Percussion Performance Platform featuring some of the country’s TOP DRUMMERS AND PERCUSSIONISTS. Come and see the “artist in his element” as we merge a cacophony of sounds into harmonious melodies using percussive instruments from drums, cymbals and xylophones to gongs, bells, rattles and electronic sounds! Entry: Ksh. 500.
Where will you be?