Events Corner: Know what’s taking place in your hood
The Halloween weekend is finally here with us! As expected, a lot of festivities are lined up for you.
Citizen Digital outlines the following weekend gigs to look out for:
All roads Friday evening from 6pm will be leading to Carnivore for another edition of 2015’s Mulembe Night.
Lisanga Generation, Webuye Juakali, Western Commandos, Chapa Ilale, Sikuti and Sinani bands will keep you dancing to their great music.
Traditional Luhya delicacies such as: bushuma-bubule, Liboso, Ingokho, katsianda-inyama, tsinuni, libokoyi among others will be served in plenty. Gate charges are Ksh500. The event is proudly sponsored by Royal Media Services radio station, Mulembe FM.
Kalasha International Film Festival gets to a climax Friday night after a week’s exhibition. The Film and TV Awards ceremony will go down at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre.
2015’s edition has more categories incorporated. The two new areas to be battled out for include East African and Pan-African categories.
Churchill, One Man, One Mic
Legendary Kenyan comedian Churchill will on Saturday night, at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre’s Tsavo Ballroom, host One Man, One Mic show – a fete which will see the comedian take to the stage solo to crack the attendees’ ribs.
Churchill celebrates his 15 years in comedy and entertainment industry. The event is christened, “It’s about Time.” Charges are: Sh2000 with VIP tickets going for Sh10000.
Bello for Halloween Party
Bliss Resorts and Crystal Lounge in Mombasa is the place to be Saturday night for the Halloween costume party.
DJs Fareed and Bellow will be on the decks. There is no cover charge for the event.
Live at the Elepehant
The Elephant in Lavington, Nairobi will be the place to be Friday evening for the 23rd edition of Live at The Elephant dedicated to Oktoberfest celebrations.
Abbi Nyinza and Gravity Band – Kenya’s legendary reggae group will perform at the fete. Charges are Ksh800.
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