The SAMOSA Festival entertained audiences on Saturday 29th September at the KICC Grounds, Nairobi. This concert brought together the famous Sidi Goma, Kenya’s Slum Drummers and Karan Khalsa and Akhil Behal. The concept was about giving a beat to the voice of culture and a slice of traditional dance. A heavy traffic jam along Uhuru Highway near the University Way roundabout brought the fans late to the venue but once the first drum rolled there was no looking back. The fans joined in with dance, claps and whistles and it was a night full of beats.
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