- And as everyone appears set for the holidays, many event organisers have prepared an enchantment of music, dance, and comedy to thrill partygoers.
Ahead of the festive season, party organisers are crafting extraordinary festive packages, expertly designed to ensure Kenyans boom with joy and create unforgettable memories.
To achieve this, many are creating tailored experiences that cater to everyone, promising lots of family fun and exciting activities for anyone out to enjoy.
And as everyone appears set for the holidays, many event organizers have prepared an enchantment of music, dance, and comedy to thrill partygoers.
Congolese Rhumba maestro Mbilia Bel is set to headline a year party at Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi.
The Queen of African Rhumba will perform beginning December 31st from 7pm to dawn, a time when Kenyans will be closing and ushering in a new year.
Other performances for the day include a tantalizing gourmet Safari, ringing in 2024 with a symphony of colors and lights and well-key performances from Safari Cats Dancers and acrobats.
Ahead of Christmas Day, the hotel held a tree-lighting event.
“We held our inaugural Christmas tree lighting event. In doing so, we reflected on the teachings of a compassionate individual who urged us to extend care to the underprivileged, marginalized, and those who may differ from us," said Japhlet Kimathi- Safari Park general manager.
Kimathi said they have invited renowned artists to grace the stage on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Eve with performances.
Performances on Christmas Day will be from Sammy Irungu, Alice Kimani, Safari voices, International Choir, Guest DJs.
Safari Cats Dances and Acrobats will perform on Christmas Eve.
The performances be hosted by MC head-boy, MC Wakili and MC Kibunja