The Dripfest concert was well attended.
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The just concluded Radio Africa Events, Drip Fest was a huge success and netizens can't seem to get over the electrifying performance and vibes that they were treated to.

From games to well-structured photo booths and the 360 video recording stations to art and music and most importantly top-notch security, the 2nd edition topped and exceeded expectations.

South Africa's Ami Faku was the main highlight of the day as she held down the dance grounds ensuring that partygoers had a great time at the event.


Helping her on the decks to bring out vibes from different genres were Dj Suraj, Dj Sultan, and Big Nyagz.

Ami's stage presence was one for the books! And attendees couldn't seem to get enough of both her spinning skills and music mastery as they sang and danced along to her crazy mixes.

Below are a few photos from Ami's performance.


Attendees also didn't disappoint as they brought their favourite fits out to play. In short, the assignment was well understood!

Loved the fact that most people dressed the part as it was mainly a day event.

Many paid homage to the motherland by mixing their modern outfits with African-inspired pieces such as huge beaded necklaces and Ankra and kitenge outfits.

Check out how some of the attendees pulled up:

Fans who attended the event had nothing but praises for the event from the organization to sound and performances from the main acts.

Below are a few comments highlighting reactions from the vibes at Drip Fest:

nyuso_art: A big thank you. Sensational event it Was

mwafrika_sax: Hii ndio assignment imefanywa vizuri πŸ”₯

thriftwithdon: πŸ”₯πŸ™Œ

n.a.r.s.t.y: Drip fest was πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ can't wait for the next

sammy._caleb: πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

lily_kanari:This was fun 😍😍let's do it again

alphonce_mukomlwe:Tunawangoja Mombasa

_linuslevis: @ami_faku delivered, na sio ile ya pastor nganga

karanjabenedict: Huyu na kwamboka wanakaa kuwa collaboration kali sana πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

eli_omundu_khumundu: πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

The 2023 Drip Fest that went at down at The Waterfront Karen, with South Africa’s Ami Faku as the headliner was such a huge success that left Kenyans yearning for more.

The event organized by Radio Africa Events showcased and highlighted the richness of Urban culture through Fashion, Art, and Music.

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