2019 is coming to an end and Koroga festival is not only celebrating its 28th edition but also being the only festival that has single-handedly brought in the most African acts.

This edition held at The Bomas of Kenya on Sunday 1st December treated its 7,000 attendees to a beautiful Sunday filled with good music from Congolese star Kanda Bongo Man and M’bilia Bel and Kenya’s own Emma Jalamo and Steve Kay.

Koroga Festival is also more and more being defined by the fashion of those who attend. If you didn’t make it to this edition, we have cherry picked the very best looks at this edition, including Sports, Culture and Heritage Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed who graced the event.

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On behalf of the entire team, we would like thank all our attendees in 2019, we couldn’t have done it without you.

Happy Holidays!

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