Photos from previous B&W event.

Tickets are currently on sale for the December 21st event.

Blankets & Wine (B&W), one of Kenya’s more popular music events, has changed its venue to the Moi International Sports Centre, particularly the Laureate Gardens. 

This will be the first in-person event since the COVID-19 pandemic which forced B&W to adopt a hybrid event in which most of the musical performances were streamed live on the festival’s YouTube channels. 

To explain the reason for the move, the event’s founder and musician Muthoni The Drummer Queen took to social media to say that the new venu was accessible to everyone via the bypasses and laud the premises’ security.

Its on a super highway and accessible to everyone via the bypasses, venue has full peremier fence, has its own police station coordinating a multi-agency security team, fully covered by CCTV, endless grass, endless trees, endless space, fully lit and tarmac parking that can do 3k+ cars and a great, cooperative venue manager.”

She also went on to elaborate that the event would not take place inside the stadium but at the Laureate Gardens.

“We are NOT inside the stadium where we watch games. We are the Laureate Gardens (this stadium & spaces within are HUGE!) So, December 21st #tupataneblankets”, she added. 

This year’s afro music festival dubbed “Kenyan Summer II” will be headlined by Afrobeats Nigerian star Ckay, Amapiano hit maker Musa Keys, Sauti Sol’s Savara, Afro house DJ Suraj,  R&B’s rising stars Wendy Kay, Ethan Muziki, Watendawili and The Only Rosa. Others are HipHop’s revered lyricist Scar Mkadinali featuring Wangechi and Wakadinali.

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