Lights, camera, action for 24-year-old Diana Nduba this weekend will be on the Blankets and Wine stage when it opens at 1pm on Sunday.
The young musician who released her first solo single in 2009 – Too Good – will be performing live for the first time in a long time and she aims to please.
“I will be singing most of my recent releases and hopefully the audience will be happy. I am very excited about this. It is my first time to perform at Blankets at Wine,” she told Capital Lifestyle.
Life and love are her favourite song topics as displayed in two of her more recent tracks Have You Seen Her? and Salale.
Also on the B&W stage for the first time this weekend will be Ugandan siren Lilian Mbabazi, backed by the Sundowners band.
Lilian is three years old into her solo career and it is not fledgling in the least if the popularity of her track Danger is anything to go by.
Other acts this weekend are Chris Adwar and the Villagers Band and Zimbabwean jazz-men Jam Signal.
Sunday’s festival will pay tribute to a large section of Africans and a high turnout is expected especially as schools will be closed.
B&W runs from 1pm to 7pm.