Inaugural Afro Ibiza Fest this Sunday

Afro-house has gained a newer, fresher audience and a deeper sound. It’s only fitting that it should be celebrated for the cultural milestone that it is. On June 5, Sunday from 12:30 pm celebrate the movement and the rhythm at the Arboretum grounds.

In addition to playing only the best in afro-house, the event will also have a kids’ zone where children will be able to hang out and play while the grown-ups enjoy the chilled out vibes of the music. The event is the first of its kind in Nairobi and some of the acts lined up will be Electrique DJs &The Beat Parade Band, DJ Protégé and DJ SURAJ.

Advance tickets go for Sh 1000 while at the gate they are priced at Sh 1500. Children under 12 years get in absolutely free.

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