Radio Africa Group and Stanbic Bank have announced the return of the Yetu Festival, set to take place on June 10, 2023, at Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi. The Festival promises to be an unforgettable experience, featuring an outstanding lineup of both Kenyan and international Rhythm and Blues artists, including the multi-award-winning Kenyan Boy Band Sauti Sol and the world-renowned Boyz II Men, who will be headlining the event.
The demand for tickets has been high, with VVIP and VIP tickets already sold out, and only Main Arena tickets still available at Sh8,000. Over 50% of the tickets have already been sold, so those who wish to attend this significant event should hurry and purchase their tickets before they are all gone.
Boyz II Men, who have won numerous awards throughout their 25-year career, including nine American Music Awards, nine Soul Train Awards, and three Billboard Awards, will perform some of their most popular and well-known hits. The event marks the first leg of their first-ever Africa tour, which will also include performances in Uganda and South Africa.
The Stanbic Yetu Festival aims to provide Kenyans with an exceptional and unforgettable live music experience that will leave a lasting impression. With Sauti Sol and Boyz II Men headlining the event, attendees can expect a truly electrifying musical experience. The festival organizers have promised a unique and authentic live music experience that will showcase the best of Kenyan and international Rhythm and Blues artists.
Last year’s festival was highly successful, and this year’s event is expected to be even more remarkable. The Stanbic brand is committed to delivering a unique and unforgettable live music experience that will provide Kenyans with an exceptional opportunity to enjoy their favorite artists and music. The Yetu Festival promises to be one of the biggest and most unforgettable festivals in Kenya, and attendees can look forward to a fantastic lineup of performances, featuring the best of Kenyan and international Rhythm and Blues artists.