As disappointing as it is that this year’s Jamhuri Day falls on a Saturday and not a weekday so that we can stay off from work, this is no reason to be bogged down. With the gloomy weather gone, its time to go out, have fun with friends and family in the numerous events and offers happening all over Nairobi.
Check out this weeken’s run down and gear up for a fantastic festive season.
Food & Drink Offers
Happy Hour At Purdy Arms
Every Friday, Purdy Arms are having happy hour from 5pm to 9pm. They have
fabulous discounts and offers on drinks with all local beers going for Ksh. 150 and all house wines cost Ksh. 200.
Jamhuri Brunch At Jiko
This Sunday 13th December, enjoy juicy Nyama Choma at Jiko Restaurant At The Tribe from 11:30am-3:30 pm. They will be having bottomless beer and a live band to keep you entertained. The charges are Ksh. 4000 for adults and Ksh. 2000 for kids.
Tantalizing Afghan House Buffet
Savour on delicious Afghan dishes with friends and family at Afghan House and
enjoy a variety of freshly made foods and deserts. Charges are only Ksh. 1200 per person exclusive of drinks.
ArtFest-Art In The Park
ArtFest – Artin the Park is a premiere art and cultural showcase event that helps to explore genres of art. It’s one of the largest outdoor juried art festivals in Kenya. It will be happening this Sunday at The Nairobi National Park from 10 am to 6 pm. Over 100 Kenyan artists, sculptors and fashion designers will be exhibiting their work. Displays of Paintings, Photography, Music, Spoken Word, Creative Writing, Fashion, Film Screening, Graffiti Installation, Crafts, Dancing, Ceramics, Fiber, Folk Art, Pottery, Graphic Arts, Sculpture, Jewelry, and Woodworking from the Country’s Finest Artists will be available. Tickets cost Ksh. 500 available from Ticketsasa
Foodie City Festival
The first ever street food festival dubbed Foodie City Festival will be happening this Sunday from 10 am to 7:30 pm at Jevanjee Gardens in the CBD. There will be live music & DJ performances, amateur chef cook-off’s, Instafoodie Contests, Karao-Cake!, Nutritional Talks, Bouncing Castles, Treasure Hunt and plenty more for you to taste, buy, win, share and enjoy. Tickets are available on Ticketsasa fro only Ksh. 300 for adults and Ksh, 200 for kids over 5 years. Each adult ticket purchased receives a complementary Ksh. 300 meal voucher courtesy of Hellofood Kenya.
Comedy Night At The Tribe With Davina Leornard
Kenyan-born actor and writer Davina Leonard will be bringing her show, Making It! to the Tribe Hotel this Thursday 10th December from 6:30 pm. Tickets will be costing Ksh. 3000 per person including canapes available from the Concierge Desk at Tribe. Plan to attend and prepare to enjoy a fun-filled night full of laughter.
B.O.B Pre-Concert Party At Curragh
What better way to gear up for the ultimate party of the year, than at
The Curragh Irish Pub & Bistro at the Ngong Race Course. They will be having a Pre-Concert party with lots of warm up music with their talented resident DJ and Jameson Special Offers.
Jameson Live Party With B.O.B
American Rapper B.o.B will be gracing this year’s Jameson Live Party on Saturday 12th December at Ngong Racecourse. Local artists such as Muthoni the Drummer Queen (MDQ) Just A Band, Fena and Rabbit (King Kaka) will be on stage for what promises to be an exceptional local act curtain raiser. Tickets for this awesome party are now on sale and are available for Ksh. 5,500 for VIP Tickets and Ksh. 2,500 for gallery tickets. They are available at Galitos outlets; Bell-e-vue, Ngong Road, Parklands, Valley Arcade and Muindi Mbingu – CBD. There are limited tickets available so get yours early to avoid missing out on this must-attend event.
Noise On Demand At Juniper Social
This Jamhuri Day, Noise On Demand will be at Juniper Social for a Mid Month special gig that you can’t afford to miss. Back on the decks are Dj Sesi Dj, Panik and DJ Sir Loin with Special Guest DJ Cheek-O Dread. Entry is free and the party starts at 3 pm till late.
PAWA Festival-Art Festival In The Streets
PAWA Festival is a platform to showcase East Africa’s creative genius through visual and performing arts. This will be the the first ever public street Art festival in East Africa and it will be happening on Sunday 13th December in the Nairobi CBD. It will feature a Fun Family Corner, Live Graffiti Installations, Art Exhibitions, Crafts, Spoken Word, Film Screenings, Workshops/Discussions, Fashion Shows, Dance Performances, Exhibition Stalls, Food Courts, Eco-Showcases and much more. Tickets are only Ksh. 300 at the gate. There will be live acts including Blinky Bill,Checkmate Mido, Idd Aziz, Makdem, Octave among others.