Saturday April 28 will see the legendary group perform in a dark auditorium at the National Museums of Kenya.
Reason? Well, the celebrated hip-hop group, which is wrapping up production for a new album, and will be raising funds for the prevention of childhood blindness.
“Concert in the Dark 2018 is courtesy of a partnership between us and Christian Blind Mission Kenya, National Council of Persons Living with Disability and other partners,” said Patrick Sampao, who is managing Ukoo Flani. “The concert will also be the first for the group in a very long time.”