From touring the lakeside, the acclaimed “Live and Die in Afrika” tour is headed to Meru this weekend (Saturday, May 7th, 2016).

Sauti Sol's electrifying performance at Simba Club - Photo credit Sauti Sol PR/Tintseh
Sauti Sol’s electrifying performance at Simba Club – Photo credit Sauti Sol PR/Tintseh

This comes right after hosting yet another successful concert over the past weekend at Kisumu Simba Club, in a show that was charged thanks to Sauti Sol’s electric performances and twin mcees: DNG and the comedian Eric Omondi.

Mc Eric Omondi - Photo credit Sauti Sol PR/Tintseh
Mc Eric Omondi – Photo credit Sauti Sol PR/Tintseh

Opening acts included the KISS FM’s winners of the star opening acts search: The Creative Band of Kisumu. Other entertainers in Kisumu included DJs: Njambi Koikai a.k.a Fyah Mummah and DJ Kaffi. Sauti Sol also honoured the late Papa Wemba by performing a medley of his songs in between their sets.

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The fans were thrilled, to say the least, were in their best – Photo credit Sauti Sol PR/Tintseh

This week, the tour will be stopping over at Meru Technical for one of the biggest concerts Meru is set to witness in recent history. In Meru, Sauti Sol are expected to wow a varied audience as they perform songs off the album: Live and Die in Afrika. They will include Live and Die in Afrika, Unconditionally Bae and Shake Yo Bam Bam. All performances will be backed by their 8-man band, dance choreographer Chiluba and GQ Dancers.

Live and Die in Afrika Tour Kisumu edition was made possible thanks to the support, partnership and sponsorship from Kabras Sugar, Top Fry, Chrome Vodka, KISS FM, Radio Africa, NTV, My Network, Nation Media, Urban Radio, Lolwe TV, Protel Studios, Homeboyz Entertainment, Homeboyz Radio, Boma Inn Eldoret, Radar Security, Modern Coast, Express Ltd, Sauti Sol Entertainment and Acacia Premier Hotel.

The Tour takes on Meru this Saturday, May 7th, 2016 at Meru Technical.

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