Win tickets to “A Gospel according to Jazz” this Thursday #SafaricomJazz


This Thursday all roads lead to the Carnivore for the December Safaricom Jazz Edition. The Safaricom Jazz Lounge edition entitled the Gospel according to jazz will have some high profile artists from the States.  The main act will be highly acclaimed Grammy award winners Kirk Whalum and Norman Brown, Grammy award nominee Gerald Albright and fast rising jazz artist Shelea Frazier.  The curtain raisers will be Afrosync Band from Nairobi. Find out more in this post Award winning jazz artists to perform at the Dec #SafaricomJazz Lounge.

I am giving two jazz fans a chance to attend the concert courtesy of Safaricom. All you have to do is tell me in the comments sections why you love Jazz and you could get an opportunity to watch the show on Thursday. The two winners will be announced tomorrow evening.

Safaricom Jazz Lounge December
Safaricom Jazz Lounge December

Since not everybody can win tickets you can still buy some tickets for yourself, friends and family. Tickets for both Safaricom Jazz Lounge events are on Sale and they retail at Ksh. 1500 for the advance tickets. At the last event the tickets sold out early so get your tickets today. Dial 1511 to get your Safaricom Jazz tickets via M-Ticketing, or drop by the Michael Joseph Centre. Tickets will be Ksh. 2000 at the gate and Kshs. 500 for students. The Safaricom Jazz tickets are available at select Safaricom outlets (Sarit Center, Thika Road Mall, Galleria Mall, Junction Mall, BuruBuru, Village Market, I & M and Nakumatt Mega in Nairobi and Mombasa and Rex Shop in Mombasa. )

To find out more about Safaricom Jazz Festival go to this link.

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  1. Jazz is life. The sound of jazz music helps to calm my mind and gets me to a state of relaxation. Cool jazz music helps me connect with my inner self as the wonderful tunes of jazz vibrate through my eardrums. Jazz creates an environment full of harmony and the climax of it gets me on my feet to pull off some cool dance moves, though I’m not a good dancer – I can’t explain how that happens.

    This is why I love jazz and would choose it any day, any time. Grant me this wonderful opportunity to enjoy “A Gospel According to Jazz” live.


  2. I love jazz music coz it is a product of amazing human story and encompasses both the individual and collective. Moreover, Jazz musicians tend to be passionate about their music. #safaricomjazz

  3. Jazz is simply the sound that soothes my soul! It reaches to the cores of my person and leaves me feeling refreshed!

  4. I love jazz because it the only truth left in music.I love jazz because nothing else is so creative and diverse. I love jazz because it is what it is, and it lets me be what I am.

    I love jazz for the democracy, for the opinions it offers, and for opinions like mine it allows. If you don’t love jazz, you don’t love participation.

  5. Surprisingly, I am a latecomer when it comes to loving Jazz. Though I am born and raised in Nairobi, growing up, I had never really been exposed to Jazz Per Se. A few years ago, I heard an announcement on radio for an evening of jazz at a Nairobi club and though clubs have never been “my scene”, I went out of curiosity. I always say that on that evening, I died and went to Heaven!! I have never looked back.

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