Party events to watch out for this coming weekend

By Geoffrey Korio | 3 months ago
H_art the Band will be at the Sagret Botanical Gardens in Kiambu this Saturday.

Diani hosts Tailgate Beach Party

The tailgate party is a social event held on and around the open tailgate of a vehicle. Organised by the seasoned 24:7 Entertainment event experts, the party goes down at Mvureni Beach in Diani tomorrow, combining the joys of friends, family, sport, food and music from deejays Kheed and Jenetik. Entry is Sh1,000.

H_art the Band in Kiambu

Code Black International presents the Beautiful People Afro Jam edition at Sagret Botanical Gardens in Kiambu tomorrow. The all-boy band, H_art the Band, they of My Jaber fame, are the headline acts. Charges are Sh1,000.

Nviiri, Bensoul, Ndeda for Open Cinema

JMG Studios and Open Cinema Entertainment present a chill and flick outing featuring performances from Nviiri The Storyteller, Bensoul, Tha Movement, DJ Curtis and host Nick Ndeda at Karen Blixen Museum tomorrow midday. Charges are Sh3,000. Pulsers are advised to carry a blanket.

The Haystack Pop Up

This is one of a kind pop up and chill market at Thika Greens Golf Resort tomorrow where clients can purchase 'Made in Kenya' products as they get entertained by DJ Deshal and The Drummer. Advance tickets are at Sh1,500 and gate charges Sh2,000.

Kisumu’s Club Da Place Parties

Kisumu’s thumping and pumping joint Club Da Place in Mambo Leo hosts a treat and a half for fun lovers starting tonight. DJ Ves and Mose will entertain fans at the Friday Fusion party. They will conclude the weekend celebrations tomorrow night, followed by their signature Kikao Sunday party, complemented with a discount on selected bottles, free goat and chicken bitings. The party kicks off at midday till early evening.

Unwind at Onyx

Unwind after a busy week in a cosy joint with some real good food. There will be cocktail and beer bucket offers and great live music from deejays Ray and Lily Montana throughout this and every weekend at Onyx Lounge on Ngong Road. The party starts at noon.

Eukam at Milan

Enjoy a treat and a half courtesy of the Sunday Brunch hosted by the lovely Ekuam at Milan in Westlands this and every Sunday.

Kamene, Kaytrixx at Chili’s

Chili’s opposite Naivas Downtown in Nakuru presents the Saturday Chills party tomorrow featuring live music mixes from SpinCycle’s Kaytrixx and hype entertainment from media personality Kamene Goro. Prior to this, catch Kaytrixx today as he spins and thrills fans at Quiver Lounge and Grill along Thika Road.

Pink City Reaction Fest in Nakuru

Pink City Reaction Entertainment presents its signature festival at Kunste Hotel in Nakuru tomorrow featuring wholesome interactive activities for family and friends. Enjoy music by Tamasha Band, Inka Sound, DJ Sirme, Emos Njoroge and Hush BK. Charges start from Sh1,000.

Comedy at Karen

The Scoop presents music, board games, entertainment and comedy from acts including Brian Muok, Ethan, Dan Momba, Kenana, Tea Funny, Outspoken Tawa, MC Cepha, Brian Aseli and DJ Kench. The show goes down at Maro Gardens in Karen tomorrow. Gate tickets are Sh1,000, couple tickets Sh1,500 and group for five at Sh3,500.

Velar Presents Amapiano Sundays

The Sunday culture continues with Amapiano music vibes and Velar Lounge along Thika Superhighway in Kahawa Wendani is no exception. Turntablists Ricmoh and Rob are the headline acts.

Parties at Will

Thika’s pumping and thumping state-of-art Will Bistro Lounge located opposite the Gateway Mall off the Thika-Garissa Highway hosts a series of parties this and every week with their signature Ladie’s Night on Wednesday, Fact Fridays and Octagon Saturdays taking centre stage. Deejays Fusion, King Steve, Jamila, Aggie, Kare Kare, Zack and Geo are among the headline acts.

Tales by Ortis

Tales by Ortis is an event that was started back in February 2020 with the aim of bringing together storytellers who have a passion for telling stories. Unlike stand-up comedy where the audience expects humour, the event is more about narrating real-life experiences that define who they are. This year’s event is themed Surviving Covid-19 and is aimed at reducing depression and trying to lessen the burden caused by the pandemic. A team of storytellers has been identified to ensure authenticity and a natural flow of delivery. The event goes down at Re-Bar, Marula in Karen tomorrow. Charges are Sh1,500.

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