Koroga Festival organisation in full swing ahead of 6-7 July event at Tatu City
NAIROBI, Kenya – All is set ahead of the 26th edition of Capital FM’s Koroga Festival, which will be hosted at Tatu City, just off Thika Super Highway, on 6-7 July.
Capital FM and Tatu City are offering a myriad of transport options to make sure thousands of Koroga fans enjoy the best music from top Kenyan and international artists.
Located just off Exit 11 on Thika Super Highway and at the junction of the Northern and Eastern Bypasses, Tatu City has multiple access points for Koroga fans.
To ensure a seamless movement in and out of Tatu City, Koroga Festival has partnered with SWVL, Bolt (Taxify) and Citti Hoppa Next.
- SWVL will provide discounted rides at KES 100 per ride using the code: KOROGA100 to and from the Koroga Festival on both days. SWVL will further provide 10 to 20 buses on both days, with the central pick-up at Nairobi CBD.
- BOLT will offer a KES 500 discount on every Koroga trip under the discount code KOROGA500.
- Citi Hoppa Next will provide buses on both days, with the central pick-up at Kencom Bus Station, with alternate routes from Thika Road Mall, Two Rivers Bypass, Kahawa West and Kiambu Road. Koroga fans will pay KES 100 per one-way trip for the Citi Hoppa Next.
Day 1, on Saturday 6 July, will feature up-and-coming Kenyan artists popular to the youthful
crowd (old timers are also welcomed!).
Day 2, on Sunday 7 July, will feature a family event with activities for all and a line-up of top artists from across the continent.
On the 10-acre site at the entrance to Tatu City, just 35 minutes from Nairobi’s CBD, Koroga Festival will be turning up the volume in a brand-new location.
Festival goers are encouraged to leave plenty of time to pass through security around Koroga Festival, provided by event partner On the Mark Security.
Watch out for more of the event details and ticket information on Capital FM Kenya and on social media channels. Stay tuned!
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