- This event is scheduled to take place from 15th – 17th September at the Nairobi University Sports Grounds
- This event is scheduled to take place from 15th – 17th September at the Nairobi University Sports Grounds.
The preparation for the Love Nairobi Festival is now on the homestreach stage.
The much hyped event is set to kick off from the 15th to 17th September 2023 at the University of Nairobi grounds. Love Nairobi Festival is accomplished with and through the local church.
Andrew Palau is a popular evangelist from Portland will grace the event.
Pastor Palau grew up in a strong Christian home, one of four sons of world evangelist and author Luis Palau
For more than 25 years Andrew has played a key role in the ministry of the Luis Palau Association and has been instrumental in building the festival model for citywide outreach. His festivals have brought him partnerships with thousands around Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia, United States.
Get ready to experience a weekend of fun — for free! There will be kid-friendly activities, live music, motorcycle and BMX bicycle stunt riders, and special guest speakers. You’ll hear from evangelist Andrew Palau and experience live performances from Don Moen, Evelyn Wanjiru, Pompi, Christafari, Jabidii, Moji Short Baba, Sovereign, Eko Dydda, Mercy Masika and a few surprises along the way!
According to the organisers, the event will start from 11th to 14th September and will involve school Outreaches, medical clinics, Eyeglass clinics, and Sports Clinics Tournaments throughout Nairobi.
There will also be prison ministry for the inmates. On the 12th of September, it will be Stories of Hope Women’s Dinner, and on the 14th, it will be a Business & Civic Dinner
Festival Day Schedule
On 15th September, it will be Action Sports, Main Stage Live Music, + A Message of Hope, with the event ending at 8 pm.
On the 16th and 17th of September, 2023, the festival starts at noon with the children area event before Action Sports, Main Stage Live Music + A Message of Hope, with the event ending at 8 pm.
According to Moji Short Baba, who talked to Ghetto Radio, the gospel extravaganza will be one of it kind to the artists, especially for the gospel artists who have ditched the gospel for the secular.