Tusker OktobaFest 2019 Is Happening This Weekend – Here’s Why You Should Attend

Cindy Munyiri Pose with a Tusker Oktoba Fest Frame during the unveil the 2 days Festival held at the Blue Door Beer Garden. picutr courtesy KBL

The more you go out and mingle with fellow Kenyans the more you realise how rich this country is. If you doubt it, Kenya Breweries Limited is sure giving you an opportunity to brush off those doubts as you tick off the fun things on your bucket list. All courtesy of its flagship brand and Kenya’s favourite beer, Tusker, Kenya Breweries Limited brings you Kenya’s biggest beer festival this year.

Tusker OktobaFest 2019, a one of a kind beer festival in the country will take place at Ngong Racecourse from the 5th to 6th of October 2019.

The event is promised to bring diverse cultures and people together while displaying the beauty of Kenya’s spirit through entertainment and food.


  • Fashion

Kenyans don’t hold back on the creativity part when it comes to fashion. Festival goers deem this a chance to express themselves through authentic African designs, urban fashion and the riskiest fashion choices that few would dare. From the celebrities to micro-influencers and attendees. Surely this is the time and place you should choose to find out your go to festival styles.

  • Diverse Cultures

With fashion, there’s a story behind each outfit and a culture that gives it life. During this two day festival not only will you get to enjoy a range of beers and food but this will be a melting point of diverse cultures and entertainment brought by the nation’s top artist and deejays.

Christine Mwaura (centre) Marketing Manager Tusker Trademark servers members of the Kansol a beer during the unveil the Tusker Oktoba Fest held at the Blue Door Beer Garden
Picture courtesy KBL


Expect a wide variety of Kenyan street food ranging from Nyama Choma, to samosas and mutura among others. Tusker OktobaFest 2019 is bringing to life the unapologetic diversity of Kenya’s culture through food, good music, and beer to crown it all.

Kenya Breweries Finance Director, Kinya Kimotho says, “Tusker OktobaFest 2019 is a chance to celebrate Kenya’s diverse and unapologetic culture through a fun-filled festival that will leave beer consumers with an extraordinary experience to remember.”

  • Surprise guests and epic headliners

Like no other, TuskerOktobaFest 2019 is outdoing itself by bringing together a line up of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. With an aim to celebrate the Kenyan vibe and twist as Ms Kinya Kimotho puts it, local celebrity artist performing at the event include Sauti Sol, Nyashinski, Khaligraph Jones, Jua Cali, Fena, The Kansoul, Bensoul, Nadia Mukami, Sailors, Ethic, Hart-the-band, and Karun among others.

On deck giving you a rich blend of music is Deejays like Joe Mfalme, Blinky Bill, Kace, Suraj, Adrian, G Money and Dii among others.

(Right) Kinya Kimotho, Finance Director EABL and (Left) Khaligraph Jones renowned Kenyan rapper pose for a photo during the unveiling of the Tusker OKtobafest Event. This was held in Blue Door Garden Club Nairobi.
Picture courtesy of KBL
  • Fun activities

TuskerOktobaFest 2019 will have a gaming area, interactive activities that include festival and arcade games, touch rugby, giant Jenga and pool amongst others.

To be part of the ‘Tusker OktobaFest 2019’, purchase a festival pass via Mookh.com at Ksh 1000.

Each ticket purchased comes with 2 redeemable beers from the house of Tusker (Tusker Lager, Tusker Lite, Tusker Malt, and Tusker Cider). You can also check out the official Facebook page of Tusker Kenya for more details.

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