Excitement as Nameless set to perform at Blankets & Wine festival

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 19 Jun, 2023 19:56 | 3 mins read
Kenyan musician Nameless. PHOTO/ (@namelesskenya) Instagram
Kenyan musician Nameless. PHOTO/ (@namelesskenya) Instagram

Nameless has announced that he will be performing at this year's Blankets & Wine Festival.

The legendary musician expressed his excitement to be performing at the festival. He noted that he is rehearsing to give his fans a night to remember.

"Excited about this one! 🔥🔥🔥Rehearsing to give you a night to remember @blanketsandwine on 2ndJuly 🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾What Nameless song should not miss on the list of performance!!!??? #TupataneBlankets #N"

Kenyan musician Nameless. PHOTO/ (@namelesskenya) Instagram
Kenyan musician Nameless. PHOTO/ (@namelesskenya) Instagram

The famous festival that is skillfully and professionally by event proprietor Muthoni Drummer queen and her team is scheduled to go down on 2nd July at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani.

The event aims at bringing art and fashion together by bringing the crème de la crème of local and international artists together.

The event organizers have promised a night full of entertainment, food and connecting with family and friends.

Besides Nameless...

Via their Instagram page, the event organizers for the much anticipated event have curated a list of artistes that will be bringing the show down at the event; Brandy Maina, Costa Ojwang, Maya Amolo, Khaligraph Jones, Bensoul.

Blankets & Wine

Blankets and Wine gained popularity among funk urban Kenyans since its inception in 2008. The event has become a much-loved staple of Nairobi’s entertainment scene and attracts a diverse crowd of music lovers from all over the city.

The festival serves as a platform for the discovery, promotion and celebration of live African music.

So far, its stage has been graced by bigwigs in the entertainment industry like AKA, Estelle, Kool and The Gang, Aloe Blacc, Blinky Bill, Suraj, Muthoni Drummer Queen, Chris Adwar, Atemi, and Elani among others.

As the name suggests attendees bring a bottle of wine, a picnic basket, and a blanket to the concert.

The show has continuously exceeded expectations by promoting both popular and upcoming acts from Kenya and beyond.

The festival is held quarterly and features a lineup of local and international artists, including musicians, poets, and DJs.

The music genres vary from Afro-fusion to soul, jazz, reggae, and more, making it a perfect platform for discovering new talent and music.

In addition to incredible artist lineups and electrifying performances, it is also respected for providing exemplary customer experiences.

Beyond the music, Blankets and Wine is also a place where people come to connect, socialize, and have a good time.

The picnic-style atmosphere, with people lounging on blankets and enjoying food and drinks, creates a relaxed and friendly environment. It’s a great place to meet new people, catch up with friends, and soak up the positive vibes.

Fashion is also big part of the Blankets and Wine experience, and attendees often dress to impress. Many people use the festival as an opportunity to showcase their unique style and express their creativity through fashion.

You’ll see a range of different fashion styles at Blankets and Wine, from traditional African prints to modern streetwear. Some attendees opt for bold and vibrant outfits, while others keep it simple and chic. It’s not uncommon to see people wearing statement accessories like hats, sunglasses, and jewelry to complete their look.

This is through picturesque picnic setups, edgy fashion expression, and unique vendor experiences.

Last year in December, Blankets & Wine  made a grand comeback after a long break. The concert headlined by CKay, Savara, and Musa took place at the Moi International Sports Center in Kasarani.

Apart from the headliners, it had a very diverse lineup of other performers including Wakadinali, Wangeci, Basthma, The Only Rosa, Suraj, Kato, Polaris, Wendy Kay, DJ Shinki, Ethan Muziki, Them Mushrooms, Winyo and Maga & Band Manners.

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