Celebrated Kenyan Kenyan hip hop artist, Juakali Pose with a Tusker Oktoba Fest Frame during the unveil the 2 days Festival held at the Blue Door Beer Garden. www.businesstoday.com
Celebrated Kenyan Kenyan hip hop artist, Juakali Pose with a Tusker Oktoba Fest Frame during the unveil the 2 days Festival held at the Blue Door Beer Garden. Photo/ Tusker

Kenya Breweries Limited’s (KBL) Tusker has announced the biggest beer festival in Kenya dubbed Tusker OktobaFest 2019’.

The one of a kind beer festival in the country will take place from the 5th to 6th October 2019 at Ngong Racecourse-Nairobi. Tickets of the festival are found online via Mookh at Sh 1,000. Each ticket purchased comes with 2 redeemable beers from the house of Tusker (Tusker Lager, Tusker Lite, Tusker Malt, and Tusker Cider)

The event is to celebrate Kenyan authenticity, by bringing to life Kenyan culture through beer, entertainment, food, and music.

During the two-day festival, Kenyans will get to enjoy a range of beers and food as they get entertained by the nation’s top artists and Deejays.

Kenya Breweries Limited Finance Director Ms. Kinya Kimotho said That the event seeks to celebrate Kenya’s vibe and twist by promoting local celebrity artists, DJs, and MCs.

“The festival is to celebrate our diverse and unapologetic culture with great food and music to give our consumers a one of a kind extraordinary experience. We hope our consumers will enjoy great beer from the KBL family,” she added.

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The line-up of artists will include Sauti Sol, Nyashinski, Khaligraph Jones, Jua Cali, Fena Gitu, The Kansoul, Bensoul, Nadia Mukami, Sailors, Ethic, Hart-the-band, and Karun among others. Revelers will enjoy great music from Deejays that including (DJ) Joe Mfalme, Blinky Bill, Kace, Suraj, Adrian, G Money, and Dii amongst others.

There will be a gaming area, with interactive activities that include festival and arcade games, touch rugby, giant Jenga and pool amongst others. The festival will also have a wide variety of Kenyan street food ranging from Nyama Choma, samosa and, mutura amongst others.

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