Blankets and Wine Kenyan Summer Edition – Kicking off the decade in style

Blankets and wine is most arguably the best outdoor social event in East Africa and beyond. The organizers of the event kicked off the decade by offering Nairobi revellers one of the most dynamic shows at the Ngong Racecourse gardens.

Promoters and organizers of the event were keen to note some of the feedback from the prior edition of the event that was majorly hyped. The setting of the tents and decor was keen to detail.

Ladies have a little chit chat at the event

The monthly picnic themed concert is one of the best-loved features on Nairobi’s live-music circuit. Musicians vary, but the underlying principle is to support local and other East African acts, from acoustic and singer-songwriter to rock and roots. Families are welcome. 

The concert saw the likes of Prisca Ojwang, Karun, Taio Tripper, Xenia Manasseh, Vallerie Muthoni, Kagwe Mungai, Blinky Bill, Octopizzo, Kabochi and Goldlink headline the stage. The artists thrilled Nairobians under the sun and moon.

All Acts were amazing but one stood out for me. That Act is Kagwe Mungai. Which way?? Kagway!!! Kagwe is by far the most if not the creme dela creme fashion inspired Kenyan Artist. Boy came with the drip and energy. Peep some of the stills I took at his set

The concert was graced by fashionistas from all walks of life and I must admit that B&W is one of the best events that I have attended this year and it’s January!! I am so excited to see what this year has in store for me.

Meanwhile, here are some of the shots from the events

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