The Kenya diaspora festival went down last weekend with performances from major artists. The show was feted as the biggest Kenyan music concert outside the country.
The event took place at the Royal Regency Hotel in London—the lineup of performances featuring the most requested artists by fans in the United Kingdom.
With a star-studded lineup, the show lived up to the hype by delivering an unforgettable experience. Artists treated fans with thrilling sets and had them jamming to good music throughout the festival.
Rappers King Kaka, Boutross and Jua Cali, among other artists, delivered electrifying performances. Fans were kept on their feet as their favourite tunes had them dancing and having a good time.
Femi One showed out with a fantastic set of hits, attesting to her capability as a top-tier entertainer. The rapper made sure fans in the diaspora experienced a taste of back home.
The show also featured special guest performances, including Britain’s Got Talent finalist Sarah Ikumu and fast-rising star A1
This event aims to connect the Kenyan Diaspora with their roots through music. Both the Kenyan Diaspora and the wider UK community came together in celebration of the rich heritage of Kenya. It coincided with the London Rugby Sevens, making it a major Kenyan event abroad.
The event wrapped up with the official Pamoja Sevens afterparty with sets from Kenyan Djs.