Tickets are already on sale via M-TICKETING as well as at Safaricom shops and the Michael Joseph Centre, and will retail at Kshs.1000 advance and Kshs.300 for students. Children under 12 years will get in free of charge accompanied by a paying adult.
Branford Marsalis will be gracing the stage. There will also be performances by Belgian Jazz & Classical music pianist and composer Jef Neve, Maya Beltsitzman and Matan Ephrat. From Israel, Shabaka Hutchings from the UK and Siya Makuzeni from South Africa. Nigeria’s Kunle Ayo also returns to our stage, along with Kenyan Bands AfroSync & Edward Parseen and the Different Faces Band. Interested?
I am giving away four single tickets. All you have to do is tell me why you want to attend the Safaricom Jazz Festival on Sunday and you could be the winner of a ticket.
I will announce the winners tomorrow morning at 8 am and you will be required to pick your ticket tomorrow. Note: If you do not pick it up tomorrow then you forfeit your ticket.