After a rather dull party season, that was occasioned by the pandemic and various disruptions of entertainment and social gatherings, the widely-popular folk fusions event is back in action and fans can't be happier.
Folk Fusion, is an annual concert/event that focuses on 'celebrating African music, Africans and Africa' while also priding itself, as the description best fits them on Instagram, a 'home of traditional tunes, rhythm and movement' as well as an all-round feature of contemporary folk culture.
The last such event, that was well-attended with thousands of revelers dancing under the night sky, was held at Jangwani Camp in Murang'a as artists such as Ayrosh, Mutoriah, Kwame Rigii and super saxophonist Kimbassax Kimaru kept the crowd animated all night long.
Now, Folk Fusion is back to kick off the curfew-free season in earnest with seasoned artists like Wanjine, Mufasa, Ayrosh, Yaba and Nuru ready to rock the crowds and set the tone alight.
DJs Ally Fresh, Mura and Dibul will also keep the masses on their feet all night long with sickening tunes all night long.
The gig, slated to go down today, will also see Kwame Rigii and Mutoriah also making a thunderous return to the stage.
Yaba, the undisputed Prince of Rhumba, will also be in the house shaking things up and serenading the ladies in a style and fashion only he can muster.
All roads shall sure lead to Levilla Gardens, Kikuyu for the much-anticipated for Folk Fusion marathon that shall leave the city panting.
And with Ayrosh leading the lineup, ready to strum the guitar and hyptonize the masses with his smooth Kikuyu tunes, there's no better place to spend a fine Saturday evening - in the presence of greatness.
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