Raha Fest: The Biggest African Festival Set For March 30th, 31st

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Raha Fest, a dynamic festival that celebrates the diversity and richness of African music, art, and culture, is thrilled to announce its inaugural event at Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi, Kenya, on March 30th and 31st, 2024.

 

From left Anto Neosoul , Ronny Kimathi -Raha Fest, Ashleigh – Raha Fest, Emily Bisase – Addiktiv Ltd, Tunde Daniel -Addiktiv Limited and Dr. Mokeira – Zuri Health. PHOTO/COURTESY

The biggest festival in Africa, Raha Fest aims to unite people from diverse backgrounds, fostering connections and shared passions through a harmonious blend of music, arts, and cultural activities. Raha Fest will offer attendees an unforgettable experience set against the iconic backdrop of Uhuru Gardens.

The festival’s lineup will feature a unique blend of local talents and renowned African artists – Samidoh, Nadia Mukami, Hart the band, Nviiri the Storyteller, Femi One, Otile Brown, and Congolese sensation JB Mpiana. More International acts will be unveiled later.ย 

 


“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,”
said the organizers of Raha Fest.
“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.”

Raha Fest is proud to announce Zuri Health as the official Health Partner for the festival, bringing a focus on wellness to this year’s celebration. Additionally, Radio Africa is its esteemed Radio and Print Partner, helpingย  spread the word and excitement about the festival to a wider audience.

Tickets for Raha Fest are available at Ticket Sasa and Ticket Yetu, allowing you to secure your spot at this unforgettable celebration of African music, art, and culture.
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