The highly acclaimed Kenyan boy band, Sauti Sol, is all set to perform alongside world-renowned artists Boyz II Men at the eagerly awaited Stanbic Yetu Festival on June 10, 2023.
The festival, organized by Radio Africa Group and Stanbic Bank, will take place at Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi, and promises to be the year’s concert.
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All VVIP tickets, priced at Sh30,000, and VIP tickets, priced at Sh15,000, have already sold out. The only tickets available now are for the Main Arena, priced at Sh8,000, with more than 50% already sold. Fans are encouraged to hurry and get their tickets before they miss out on this exciting event.
Our fave boy band on the same stage with @BoyzIIMen giving the best love concert in Kenya!
Get your main arena tickets at https://t.co/wLoavbmiY4 and let’s meet at Uhuru Gardens.#StanbicYetuFestival #RadioAfricaEvents #ItCanBe #BoyzIIMenInKenya #BeTheStandoutSwift #MartellK pic.twitter.com/UpXTj8f7Ps
— Radio Africa Events (@RAEventsKe) May 3, 2023
The festival will highlight an exceptional lineup of Kenyan and international Rhythm and Blues artists, including the legendary Boyz II Men, who have won numerous American Music Awards, Soul Train Awards, and Billboard Awards throughout their 25-year career. They will perform some of their most celebrated and best-known classics, including “End of the Road,” “I’ll Make Love to You,” and “On Bended Knees.” Kenya will be the first stop on their first-ever Africa tour, which will also take them to Uganda and South Africa.
The festival will also feature some of the best Kenyan DJs, such as DJ G-Money (Conrad Gray), DJ Forro (Andrew Waititu), DJ Shaky (Allan Wainaina), DJ Grauchi (Zacchaeus Ngani), CNG (Charles Githumbi), and DJ Cream. (Derrick Kamau).
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