Sauti Sol to preform at Yetu Festival

Award-winning Kenyan Boy Band Sauti Sol is set to share the stage with world stars Boyz II Men at the much anticipated Stanbic Yetu Festival on June 10, 2023.

Organizers of the upcoming Festival – Radio Africa Group and Stanbic Bank announced on Wednesday that they are delighted to welcome Sauti Sol to the concert of the year.

The second edition of the Yetu Festival will be going down at Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi. 

Already all the VVIP tickets that were retailing at Sh30, 000 are sold out as well as VIP tickets that were going for Sh15,000.

The only remaining tickets are for the Main Arena and so far more than 50% of the tickets are sold out – so hurry and grab yours before you miss out on the biggest festival in 254. 

“Africa’s biggest boy band now on the same stage with @boyziimen, together giving the best love concert in Kenya! 🇰🇪

Get your main arena tickets now at the link in our bio ( and let’s meet at Uhuru Gardens 😉,” read a caption from Radio Africa events.

The upcoming Festival follows last year's highly successful event, which offered attendees an electrifying musical experience.

According to organizers of the Stanbic Yetu Festival, this year's concert will feature an exceptional lineup of both Kenyan and international Rhythm and Blues artists.

The Stanbic brand aspires to give Kenyans a unique, unforgettable, and authentic live music experience that will leave a lasting impression.

With Boyz II Men as the headliners of the Festival- an electrifying performance is guaranteed. 

The band has penned and performed some of the most celebrated and best-known classics of the past two decades.

Throughout their 25-year career, Boyz II Men have won an incredible nine (9) American Music Awards, nine (9)Soul Train Awards, and three (3) Billboard Awards.

They also won the 2011 MOBO Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, as well and a Casino Entertainment Award for their acclaimed residency at the Mirage Resort and casino in Las Vegas, which has been ongoing since 2013.

The group’s mega-hits include “End Of The Road”, I’ll Make Love To You”, “One Sweet Day”, “It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday”, “Motownphilly” and “On Bended Knees”.

Kenya is the first leg of their first-ever Africa tour. They will also perform in Uganda and South Africa.

 The concert will also showcase some of the best Kenyan DJs including

DJ G-Money(Conrad Gray)

DJ Forro (Andrew Waititu),

Dj Shaky (Allan Wainaina) 

DJ Grauchi(Zacchaeus Ngani)

CNG (Charles Githumbi) and DJ Cream ( Derrick Kamau).

Some of the sponsors and partners for this event include Sankara Hotel, Kenya Airways, Radio Africa Group, Pernod Ricard Kenya, and Stanbic Bank.

Tickets for the Stanbic Yetu Festival are available for purchase at

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