Pursue the night with Bacardi Gold and Sauti Sol

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SAUTI-SOL

Sauti Sol, the top Kenyan male band, is set to take the stage on the 27th September at Treehouse, courtesy of Bacardi Gold. The group is currently nominated as Best African Act at the upcoming 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards (EMA), making them Kenya’s first group to be recognized by the prestigious MTV global music ceremony. 2014 EMA will take place at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow Scotland, on 9th November. The band’s music video Nishike has also been nominated as East Africa’s Most Gifted Video, at 2014 Channel O Music Video Awards (CHOAMVA 14), set to take place on 29th November in South Africa’s Nasrec.

The party which re-affirms Bacardi’s commitment to owning the live local music and performance platform and nurturing local talent in the industry; shall also play host to other local musicians: Electrafique, Dj Cortega, Electrique Dj’s, The Beat Paradise Band, DJ Drazen and Blinky Bill.

Speaking on the upcoming event, Bacardi Limited Area Manager, George Cozac said, “Bacardi is a lifestyle brand that tends to bring people together to celebrate and make merry as a way of delighting them and engaging them so that they can better understand what they require when it comes to sampling different cocktails under BACARDI Limited.  We are confident that our continued commitment to African and namely Kenyan music will place us in a position to provide consumers with a truly unforgettable BACARDI experience.”

“BACARDI’s desire is to provide consumers with a unique and unforgettable experience; home-brewed but global, trendsetting and future-focused parties and performance. Party goers should expect an almost sculptural balance and beauty from this upcoming party and should be prepared to ‘Pursue the Night’.” Concluded Mr. Cozac

Consumers will be able to sample famous cocktails made from BACARDI GOLD, such as the Cuba Libre, the number one cocktail in the world with more than 6 million orders made every day around the world.

Advance tickets will be going on sale for Kshs 700, and can be purchased on ticketsasa.com. Tickets will be sold at the gate for Kshs 2,000, and 3,000 for V.I.P access. Entrance is strictly 21 and above.

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