• From open mics to reggae, there is plenty to choose from
The third edition of Afri-Love Fest will be going down at Ikigai Nairobi, General Mathenge Drive on Sunday 3rd November.
The showcase themed “Celebrating Creativity” will be a showcase of art workshops and vendors.
In an attempt to celebrate the installation's first anniversary, the organizers A Lulu Kitololo Creative Studio intent to deliver a showcase worth your spend.
The show opens at 10 am till 6pm. You cannot miss this.
Poets You Should Know Open Mic
Poets Abe Rogato, Mae Kikete F, Murathe Ngigi, Violet K. Bijura and Vanessa A. Ombura will be offering a performance this weekend that you cannot miss.
The “Poets You Should Know” open mic will be taking place on Sunday, November 3 at the National Museum of Kenya Amphitheatre.
The performance kicks off at 2 pm to 6 pm. Entry is free.
As African As I Am
The Mombasa Edition of “As African As I Am” poetry showcase will take place on Saturday, November 2 at the Swahili Pot Hub.
It will feature performances from Revolutionary Spitter, Cardiac Poet, Masufuria and Affiliated.
The show organised by Kabambe Production will kick off from 3:00 - 7:00 pm.
Kenya Racing Festival Finale
The Johnnie Walker Racing Festival Finale take place on Saturday, November 2, and the afterparty’s lineup is bigger than ever.
Happening at the Whistling Morans in Athi River it will be a day of great music entertainment and good vibes.
Attendees will get to witness as the new champions of the Kenya Racing Festival are crowned.
The lineup will include performances from Nameless, Nviiri, the Storyteller, Bensoul, Dj Mr Fabz, Dj Shawn and Dj Que.
This weekend, November 3, the Reggae Sunday will be going down at Eldoret’s Sque Lounge.
It will feature performances from Binti Afrika and Selekta Sir Henry.
It’s reggae in the land of champions and you can’t miss it.