February 9, 2011 – West African born UK based artist Bunny Mack has pushed his Kenya tour from this weekend to April.
Organisers said in a statement that; “The Bunny Mack Kenya Tour scheduled to kick off with a concert at the Carnivore Simba Saloon on Sunday 13 February, 2011 has been deferred to a later date, due to unavoidable circumstances.”
Promoters Kaibara City Entertainment have assured fans that the tour of the man famed for the 1980s hit “Let Me Love You”, will take place in April.
It is intended to be Bunny’s return to the stage in celebration of a musical legacy spanning close to five decades.
“Apart from staging two shows in Kenya, he will also work in collaboration with Kaibara City Entertainment in unveiling an initiative that supports local music producers and musicians in marketing their talents to a global audience,” read the statement.
The April Kenya tour is meant to be followed closely by a West Africa Tour that will see Bunny Mack join in celebrations to mark fifty years of independence in Sierra Leone, his country of birth.