Jah Cure Live in Nairobi Umoja Splash Festival

Organisers promise fans a superb experience that is worth attending.

Jamaican star Jah Cure to headline Umoja Splash Festival on Saturday 6th July 2019 at Uhuru Gardens Nairobi from 2 pm to dawn.

The Grammy-nominated artist landed in Nairobi on 2nd July ahead of his highly anticipated show.

In a tweet, the organizers promised the fans a superb experience.

“ Be ready for the biggest reggae festival with the King of Lovers rock Jah Cure live in Nairobi at Uhuru Gardens. Umoja Splash Festival is going to be a five-fold tour starting with Nairobi and will roll into the rest of the country. Jah Cure will do club appearances, have a meet and greet and participate in a CSR activity in Nairobi ahead of his best ever performance on July 6.”

Jah Cure will also tour in Kayole guided by popular comedian, Kartelo.
The reggae festival is to sensitize unity among the youth in Kenya from a different ethnic background that commonly contributes to post-election violence.

On social media, reggae fans are not left out to show their happiness.
Sheila Mairura tweets, “this one will be maaaddd and I can’t wait.”
Also DJ Double Trouble tweeted, “niko set kuruka nategea tu tarehe 6th July kule Uhuru Gardens nairobi…..swali ni JE WEWE? Usiwachwe nyuma pata tiko yako mapema sahi kwa bei fiti.”

Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has sponsored 1000 tickets to youths who feel like attending the Umoja festival.

Are you gonna be left out?

Get your tickets on or dial *229*55#
Advance tickets:
Regular = 1000/-
VIP = 3000/-
VVIP = 6000/-
Purchase at the gate:
Regular = 1500
VIP = 5000
VVIP = 8000

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