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Events

Below are the most recent upcoming events in Nairobi, followed by a list of annual recurring events:

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Upcoming Events

  • Mack is Back!
    Venue: Distant Relatives Ecolodge and Backpackers, Kilifi
    Date: 5/5/2017
    Time: 18:00- 22:00
    Description:
    Timiza Lengo Company and Distant Relatives have been able to get Mackinlay, infamous Kilifi trumpeter, founder of the Nairobi Horns Project and the current jazz king in Nairobi, out of his tight schedule to come for an evening gig in Kilifi. Join us for a wonderful jazzy experience mixed in with pop and funk under the stars with Mack whose horn has been blowing audiences away all over East Africa.
    Mackinlay Jazz Pop House
  • QEG 2017 Summit

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  • Disruptive Innovation with Steve G. Mbuthia, 29th June 2017
    Do you want to be unique to your customers and the market?Include innovation your business irregardless of the field or size of business?…

  • MINJI MINJI
    Those you suspect the least are the most capable to commit acts you wouldn’t think of.Nothing but chaos,laughter,and more laughter….

  • Discussion: Stand, Speak, Act, Vote
    How to Empower Women for Political Participation.
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    The panel discussion will involve experts and practitioners from the three countries. It will discuss the problems and challenges faced by women strivi……

  • The Handover Ceremony
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    The supreme quality for leadership is unquestionably integrity. Without it, no real success is possible, no matter whether it is on a section gang, a football field, in an army, or in an office….

  • Kundalini Yoga for Beginners
    What is Kundalini Yoga?
    In brief, it is the yoga of experience.
    We can talk about how Kundalini yoga has different exercises that work out different parts of our bodies and help us with different emotions and situations of day-to-day life, and how……

  • IDD
    WE CELEBRATE WITH OUR MUSLIM BROTHERS AS THE HOLY MONTH OF RAMADHAN COMES TO AN END….

  • Witchcraft – Real or Imaginary?
    According to popular belief in Africa, there exists a mystical, spiritual power, or force. God has control over it. Spirits and ancestors can use it. And some humans also know how to tap it and use it, either for good (white magic) or for bad (bla……

  • Thriving Beyond Transition
    Centonomy Career Accelerator Events aim at empowering people to thrive within employment and deliver to the best of their ability at their workplace. This times theme is ‘Thriving Beyond Transition’ whereby three key issues will be addressed;…

  • Annual Events and Festivals

    March

    • Kenya Golf Championship – Annual championship is part of the European Challenge Tour and features over 100 professional players from around the world (http://kenyaopengolf.com/).

    April

    • Kenya Safari Rally (KCB Safari Rally) – Considered to be one of the world’s toughest rally’s, drivers come from around the world to race in the 2-day, Kenyan leg of the FIA African Rally Championship (http://www.africanrallychampionship.com/).

    June

    • Madaraka Day (June 1st) – A national holiday to celebrate the start of self-rule from the United Kingdom in 1963.
    • Safari Sevens (Rugby) – An annual, international, rugby sevens tournament held in Nairobi since 1996, and run by the Kenya Rugby Football Union (http://safarisevens.com/).

    July

    August

    • Kenya Music Festival – Regional music champions from schools and universities across Kenya perform set pieces, folk songs, choral music, and original pieces.

    September

    October

    • Moi Day (October 10th) – National holiday to celebrate the accomplishments of Kenya’s second President, Daniel arap Moi.
    • Kenyatta Day (October 20th) – National holiday to celebrate the memory of Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya’s first president.
    • Kenya International Film Festival – Annual film festival, features African and international productions, around a certain theme, at various Nairobi cinemas (http://www.kifftrust.org/).
    • Nairobi Marathon – Thousands of runners compete in this annual 42 KM marathon (also includes 21 km half marathon, 10 km road race and a 2.5 km family fun run (http://www.nairobimarathon.com/).

    November

    • Crafts of Africa – Annual Christmas season, African craft and art show at the Sarit Centre. Includes a range of exhibitors selling everything from wood carvings to blown glass.

    December

    • Taste of Nairobi Festival – Annual outdoor festival that includes live music and entertainment, food and beverage vendors, business displays, and arts and crafts (http://www.tasteofnairobi.co.ke/).
    • Kenya Music Week – Held annually at the Sarit Centre, and showcases a range of Kenyan artists (http://www.kenyamusicweek.com/).
    • Jamahuri Day (Independence Day) (December 12th) – National holiday to celebrate Kenya’s establishment as a republic in 1964.