Nairobi is ‘jazzing it’


(Posted 07th February 2014)

Safaricom, Kenya’s leading mobile communications company, will once again be the main sponsor of this now annual event, when Jazz comes to Kenya.

Participants come of course from within Kenya, where Jazz has become immensely popular in recent years but also from further abroad as a tentative list of performers just received shows. On stage will be Bona, The Nile Project, Rythm Junks from Belgium, Yuva Cohen from Israel, Aaron Rimbui, Chris Bittok, Eddie Grey, Jacob Asiya and Kavitha Mwanzia.

Tickets will go on sale as of 10th of February and venue is the Ngong Race Course on Ngong Road, Nairobi. The cost of entry for adults will be Kenya Shillings 1.000 per person while VIP tickets will sell at 2.500 Kenya Shillings a person, approximately 30 US Dollars. Students will pay a reduced feel of 300 Kenya Shillings against valid student picture ID.

Visitors from abroad who will be in Nairobi on Sunday the 23rd of February, will have a great opportunity to attend the performance which starts at noon. Tickets can be arranged through the Concierge or Client Relations Desks in all of Nairobi’s leading hotels.

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