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All roads lead to Two Rivers Mall for Somali Cultural Festival

By Chrisphine Magak On Sun, 18 Jul, 2021 21:16 | 2 mins read
Leaders at Somali Cultural Festival Investment forum. PHOTO/COURTESY

Two Rivers Mall is set to host a one-of-a-kind festival dubbed Somali Cultural Festival 2021 between July 19 and July 25, 2021. It will be the first-ever Somali Arts and Culture fair to showcase the incredible talents and beautiful customs among the community.

On the line-up for the evidently busy week, are artwork, admirable Somali music, kids’ corner, football tournament and many more.

Top Somali musicians including Xariir Ahmed, Khadar Keyow and Suldaab Seeraar among others will be showcasing their magical skills in the entertainment-packed event.

Leaders, businessmen and kinsmen from across the community will also be in attendance.

Kids will get to play Somali games and read Somali books as a way of perpetuating the rich culture. It’s going to be a perfect moment for football lovers as there will be a 7-aside tournament on July 24 and July 25 from which winners will walk away with goodies.

“Bring your kids to the #SomaliCulturalFestival where they will draw, paint and so much more! From 19th July to 25th July at Two Rivers Mall,” a statement read in parts.

This event was initially scheduled to run between June 30 and July 4, 2021, before it was moved.

“The Somali Cultural Festival scheduled for 30th June – 4th July 2021 has been moved to 19th July – 25th July 2021. We apologize for any inconvenience caused,” organizers had announced.

Business partners willing to be part of this major event can contact Two Rivers Mall for advice.

Why Two Rivers for Somali Cultural Festival 2021?

Two Rivers Mall is the largest Mall in East and Central Africa. It is home to over 170 stores, over 20 restaurants with the largest Entertainment theme park and over 2,100 parking bays.

It’s arguably an ideal location that attracts discerning customers who are looking for a new experience.

The major aim of the event at Two Rivers Mall is to celebrate Somali Culture, expose its customers to elements of a culture that is prominent in Kenya as well as show appreciation to the Somali community that has offered continuous support to the mall.

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