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Don Moen to headline Kenya’s ‘Love Nairobi Festival’

American gospel singer, Donald James Moen, popularly known as Don Moen, is poised to make a triumphant return to Kenya to headline the much-anticipated Love Nairobi Festival.

This three-day family-friendly festival is being organized by Evangelist Andrew Palau, in collaboration with major church groups, ministries, and umbrella organizations, including EAK and NCCK, marking the inaugural Love Nairobi Festival in Kenya.

This is his third visit to Kenya.

In 2017, Moen made a visit to the country for a concert during which he had the opportunity to meet with President Ruto, who held the position of Deputy President at the time.

The artist also hosted ‘Worship at The Gates’ at KPA Mbaraki Stadium in Mombasa before that.

Scheduled to take place from September 15th to 17th, this grand event will unfold at the Nairobi University Sports Grounds.

Evangelist Andrew Palau, the driving force behind the festival, spoke passionately about its purpose, stating, “This event is set to foster hope, love, and unity, so we encourage everyone to attend.”

The festival’s musical lineup promises to be exceptional, featuring an array of Kenya’s finest gospel artists such as Jabidii, Evelyn Wanjiru, Mercy Masika, Moji Shortbabaa, Sovereign Band, Ekodydda, and Timeless Noel.

In addition to Don Moen, the festival will also showcase celebrated international artists like Pompi from Zambia and Christafari.

Andrew Palau, a renowned evangelist hailing from Portland, Oregon, brings a wealth of experience to this monumental event.

Growing up in a deeply religious household as one of the four sons of the world-renowned evangelist and author Luis Palau, Andrew Palau has played a pivotal role in the Luis Palau Association for over 25 years.

His work has been instrumental in shaping the festival model for citywide outreach, forming partnerships with thousands of individuals and communities across Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia, and the United States.

The Love Nairobi Festival promises to be a momentous occasion that will resonate with audiences of all ages, fostering a sense of hope, love, and unity through the universal language of music and faith.

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