Morgan Heritage confirms for Wasafi Festival


Grammy award winning group Morgan Heritage are set to headline the biggest end year party in 254 dubbed Wasafi Festival 2018 to be staged at Uhuru Gardens.

The Jamaican stars will share the stage alongside celebrated Tanzania’s power house Diamond Platnumz and his WCB crew.

They promise to give a thrilling two-hour performance for their Kenyan fans.

This will also be the first time Diamond and Morgan Heritage perform their hit song, Hallelujah on Kenyan soil.

The two acts met at Fiesta Rwanda in Kigali sometime back and talked their way into a collaboration that took East Africa by storm.

Speaking about their upcoming performance by Morgan Heritage, the organisers, The Great Republic said, “We are thrilled to be the first event company in Kenya to do an event of such magnitude.”

Adding, “We are bringing the three biggest genres of music among the youth on one platform. Fans of reggae, bongo and Kenyan music will get everything at the Wasafi Festival.”

Also, on the night, Pan African TV show, Coke Studio Africa 2019 will also be officially launched on stage.

Fans of Coke Studio Africa 2019 will get a glimpse of the music show set to hit the screens in February 2019.

The festival dubbed the biggest end year party in 254 will see Morgan Heritage also share a stage with  Kenya’s Naiboi, Band Beca, Nadia Mukami and  with  WCB crew- Harmonize, Rayvanny, Queen Darlene, Mbosso, Lavalava among other acts.

Wasafi Records Artistes Rayvanny, Diamond, Queen Darleen and Harmonize

The group was last year nominated for a Grammy for Best Reggae Album – Avrakedabra which has received massive airplay worldwide.

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Tickets for the festival are available at for Kshs 2000 Regular, VIP Kshs 5,000, and Kshs VVIP 15,000.

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