After filling the Coastal town of Mombasa with pomp and colour this past weekend, the final leg of the 2023 Tusker Oktobafest regional events is all set to light up Nanyuki this coming weekend.

The Nanyuki edition of the beer festival will go down from 20th – 21st October at the vibrant Moran Lounge.

This event showcases an array of diverse artists, representing both male and female talent with sensational performances expected from headliners Femi One, Mejja, and Ndovu Kuu.

The DJ line-up is equally impressive with DJ Joe Mfalme, DJ Most Wanted, and DJ Pierra Makena, expected to guide the musical journey, promising a celebration of Kenyan culture, fusing beer, entertainment, food, fashion, arts, and music.

This regional event follows three successful editions held in Kisumu, Naivasha and Mombasa. The latest one held last weekend in Mtwapa, Mombasa, played host to a lively crowd from the coastal city and its neighboring counties, showcasing the vibrant culture of East Africa.

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With Nanyuki marking the final stop of the regional events, all eyes now turn to the grand finale set to take place next weekend at Nairobi’s Ngong Racecourse.

This spectacular climax of the East African culture celebration boasts a star-studded lineup featuring Tanzanian Bongo music sensation Diamond Platnumz, Kenya’s very own Nyashinski, and South Sudan’s John Frog.

Tusker Oktobafest 2023 has been dedicated to authentically celebrating the unique cultural identity of the East African region.

The event aims to illuminate and honor the rich tapestry of East African culture through a fusion of food, music, fashion, art, and gaming, all united by the universal love for beer.

It’s an open invitation for everyone to experience the vibrant tapestry of East African culture as we gear up for the grand finale at Ngong Racecourse from 27th to 28th October.

This year’s OktobaFest maintains the essence of the highly acclaimed 2022 event while extending its footprint to encompass East African nations, including Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and South Sudan.


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