Had a long week? Well, you are in luck because this weekend abounds in events that you can attend to blow off that steam. Whether you are based in Nairobi, Eldoret or Kisumu – good times are just one event away:
Kisumu Fires up
After the ‘Miss Bum Bum’ event that saw media girl, Faith Nduta ,bag the coveted tiara, adrenalin is once again guaranteed as Club da Place hosts local talents in a weekend-long party.
The extravaganza, which starts Friday night, will see local artistes show off their dance skills on Saturday in an African themed bonanza.
Got two left feet? Probably this is the right event to remedy your situation– only if you are over 18.
Chamgei FM Extravaganza in Eldoret
Something big is coming to Eldoret! The ‘City of Champions‘will be shaken to its core on Saturday October 16 when the Chamgei Champions Extravaganza takes place.
The Chamgei FM sponsored event will be held at the Eldoret National Polytechnic.
The function, which seeks to bring together champion runners in a grand homecoming, will be headlined by two-time Olympic champion, Ezekiel Kemboi.
Olympians, world and continental title holders as well as other winners at World Marathon Majors will add the star-dust to the event.
Lillian Rotich, Man Like Ronoh, Maggie Seurey, Mike SweetStar are just among the local A-list celebrities pitted to entertain the expected mammoth crowd.
Get your straitjackets at Asylum
The party goes insane at the Club Asylum along Baricho Road this weekend. The club, famed for hosting a themed night, every night, will see major acts like Kidum and Dj Crème de la Crème get you officially bonkers – because at Asylum – it is crazy to be normal.
Touch the Sky at Skyworld
Remember Club N-Tyce? No? Okay. Skyworld lounge, formerly N-Tyce along Tom Mboya Street holds an avalanche of parties this weekend, and every weekend, with Dj Kayswitch on the wheels of steel every Friday, Dj Spinzz tags him out on Saturday as King lion Sounds run away with Sundays with sleek reggae tunes.
London’s Petebox in Nairobi
London heartthrob and international sensation The Petebox will grace the Treehouse on Museum Hill tonight.
Petebox, who jetted into the country in the wee hours of the morning, is a live looping human beatbox, songwriter, musician and multi-instrumentalist.
Best known for his ‘Future loops’ work, the Petebox has gained global notoriety as an innovator of the loop pedal created music.
Entry is supposed to set you back Ksh1,000.