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Raha Fest: Nadia Mukami, Samidoh set for mega two-day festival

Raha Fest, a groundbreaking celebration of African music, art, and culture, is gearing up for its debut event at the picturesque Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi, Kenya, on March 30 and 31 2024.

Raha Fest promises an immersive experience that unites people from diverse backgrounds through the enchanting fusion of music, arts, and cultural festivities.

The festival, set against the iconic backdrop of Uhuru Gardens, aims to create lasting connections and shared passions among attendees. Raha Fest is poised to be a vibrant celebration, showcasing the richness and diversity of African creativity.

The festival’s lineup boasts a stellar mix of local talents and renowned African artists, including Samidoh, Nadia Mukami, Hart the Band, Nviiri the Storyteller, Femi One, Otile Brown, and the Congolese sensation JB Mpiana.

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Organizers have hinted at more exciting international acts to be unveiled in the coming weeks.

“We are thrilled to bring Raha Fest to Uhuru Gardens and offer a platform that celebrates the vibrancy and creativity of African music, art, and fashion,” announced the festival organizers on Tuesday, January 16.

“We believe that this festival will not only be a celebration of our cultural heritage but also a testament to the richness of African celebration that contributes to the global festival experience.”

In a bid to promote overall wellness during the celebration, Raha Fest is proud to partner with Zuri Health as the official Healthy Partner for the event.

This collaboration aims to bring a focus on health and well-being to the festival experience.

Tickets for Raha Fest are now available at Ticket Sasa and Ticket Yetu, offering attendees the chance to secure their spot at this unforgettable celebration of African music, art, and culture.