Oktoberfest 2023 Kenya performance is everything musical lover in and out of Nairobi are talking about.
This is one of the most attended annual music festivals in the country often featuring a star-studded lineup. The three-day music fest – starting October 27 to October 29 – left a mark of thrill among attendees. It is always the case and 2023 was not any different as big names in and out of Kenya attended the festival. Music lovers describe it as the true reflection of musical niceness.
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Where Is Oktoberfest Held In Kenya?
Ngong Racecourse in Nairobi hosted the Oktoberfest 2023 edition in Kenya. The festival was a huge success, with over 20,000 people in attendance enjoying a variety of music, food, and drinks. But, who are the artists behind the glorious Oktoberfest 2023 Kenya performance?
The Tanzanian Bongo Flava star delivered a high-energy performance at Oktoberfest in Nairobi. He opened his set with his hit song “Number One,” which had the crowd singing along at the top of their lungs. He followed this up with a string of other hits, including “Kanyaga,” “Uyo,” and “Jeje.”
His performance was full of energy and excitement. He danced and interacted with the crowd throughout the set. He also took the time to speak to the crowd and thank them for their support. The ‘Waah’ hitmaker said that his biggest fanbase is Kenya and he loves the level of support Kenyans accord him.
Nyashinski delivered a mesmerizing show at the Oktoberfest 2023 Kenya performance. He took the stage on Saturday, October 28, to a crowd of thousands of eager fans.
He started off with his hit song “Malaika,” which had the crowd swaying and singing along. He followed this up with a string of other hits, including “Hayawani,” “Tuendelee,” and “Nusu Mtu.” His performance was characterized by his smooth vocals, energetic dance moves, and engaging stage presence.
Khaligraph Jones delivered a high-octane performance at Oktoberfest 2023 in Kenya. He took the stage on Sunday, October 29, to a crowd of thousands of energized fans.
Jones opened his set with his hit song “Mazishi,” which had the crowd jumping and rapping along. He followed this up with a string of other hits, including “Yego,” “Ting Badi Malo,” and “Wabeba.” His performance was characterized by his energetic rap flow, charismatic stage presence, and interactive style. He engaged with the crowd throughout the set, and his fans responded with excitement.
The trio opened their set with their hit song “Nishike,” which had the crowd singing along at the top of their lungs. They followed this up with a string of other hits, including “Kamote,” “Hapo Zamani,” and “Tupo Gavana.” Wakadinali’s performance was characterized by their unique sound, which blends elements of hip-hop, reggae, and traditional Kenyan music. They also displayed their lyrical prowess and energetic stage presence.
South Sudanese artist John Frog gave a powerful and electrifying performance at Oktoberfest 2023 in Kenya. He took the stage on Saturday, October 28, to a crowd of thousands of energized fans.
Frog opened his set with his hit song “GG,” which had the crowd singing along and dancing in the aisles. He followed this up with a string of other hits, including “Niteke,” “Mwana,” and “Wazee Wa Kazi.”
Nviiri delivered a soulful and captivating show at Oktoberfest 2023 Kenya performance when he took the stage on Saturday, October 28. Nviiri opened his performance with his hit song “Pombe,” which had the crowd swaying and singing along. He followed this up with a string of other hits, including “Niko Sawa,” “Dodo,” and “Mbaka na Wembe.”
DJs who graced Oktoberfest in Nairobi include:
- DJ Suraj Foozak,
- DJ Shawn
- DJ Mish
- DJ Deewiz
- DJ Perez
- DJ Rudeboy
- DJ Payne
Where is the Oktoberfest in Nairobi?
This year’s edition of the festival went down at the Nairobi Street Kitchen on October 13 courtesy of Oktoberfest Band from Germany. The final leg of the festival was held at the Ngong Racecourse as a purely East African music affair. Different artists and DJs from Kenya, Tanzania and South Sudan attended the three-day festival.
Oktoberfest is a glorious festival uniting Kenyans through music and culture. Albeit its origin is Munich, Germany Kenya is a great musical destination.
- Where does Oktoberfest start?
It starts in Munich, Germany.
- Where is the real Oktoberfest held?
In Munich, Germany.
- When was the first Tusker Oktoberfest held in Kenya?
It was in 2019 at the Ngong Racecourse
- Why do they call it Oktoberfest?
It celebrates the month Bavarian crown prince Ludwig and Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen exchanged their wedding vows.