The Koroga Festival, a bi-monthly music and arts festival, is set to captivate festival goers on Sunday, November 9th 2014.
Aptly named after the Swahili word meaning “mix,” The Koroga Festival is a great reflection of Kenya’s brilliant and diverse local talent, whilst also attracting leading artists from all over the world through music, fashion, food and arts.
The 4th edition of The Koroga Festival will see the renowned South African Afro-soul singer Simphiwe Dana grace Nairobi’s Arboretum Gardens, ahead of the singer’s upcoming album launch.
In her fourth studio album, Firebrand, Dana’s signature soothingly bluesy ballads are expected to resonate with fans, and good news for Afro-soul lovers in Kenya, the “Ndiredi” and “Zandisile” singer is expected to serenade Nairobians with some of her latest repertoire.
With an all-star line-up of musicians including Kenya’s Atemi and Amileena, backed by popular deejays Protégé and Adrian, festival goers will be treated to another Sunday afternoon of captivating entertainment.
Advance tickets are KSh 1,500 on Ticket SASA and KSh 2,000 at the gate. Children below 12 years of age are free. Food and drinks are strictly prohibited.