Koroga Festival is celebrating 25 successful editions of great African music, food, art and fashion all brought to you in concert from.
“We take pride in showcasing Africa through music and putting Kenya on the map. Koroga festival has singlehandedly brought in the most African acts and given us the opportunity to show our cultural diversity, vibrant art, food and so much more.
We have experienced challenges that come with putting up a big festival particularly venues and we would like to thank all our attendees for their honest feedback over the years.
We hope to continue for 25 more editions and even take Koroga out of Nairobi,” said Somoina Kimojino, MD Capital Group.
Look back at the Festival in photos.
Nigeria’s Asa at the 25th edition
Mali’s Salif Keita at the 24th edition
South Africa’s Big Nuz at the 23rd edition
Kenya’s Tetu Shani at the 22nd edition
Nigeria’s Yemi Alade at the 21st edition
South Africa’s Freshly Ground at the 20th edition
Congo’s Fally Ipupa at the 19th edition
Nigeria’s D’Banj at the 18th edition
Tanzania’s Diamond at the 17th edition
South Africa’s Lira at the 16th edition
Congo’s Awilo Longomba at the 15th edition
Cameroon’s Sam Fan Thomas at the 14th edition
South Africa’s Mafikizolo at the 13th edition
Cameroon’s Manu Dibango at the 12th edition
Congo’s Koffi Olomide at the 11th edition
Uganda’s Josè Chameleone at the 10th edition
Tanzania’s Alikiba at the 9th edition
South Africa’s Mi Casa at the 8th edition
Zimbabwe’s Oliver Mtukudzi at the 7th edition
South Africa’s Yvonne Chaka Chaka at the 6th edition
Kenya’s Sauti Sol at the 5th edition
South Africa’s Simphiwe Dana at the 4th edition
Congo’s Papa Wemba at the 3rd edition
Senegal’s Baaba Maal at the 2nd edition
South Africa’s Freshly Ground at the 1st edition
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