Tribeka Club introduces Reggae night with Dj Moh

Local reggae fans have already enjoyed a steady stream of formidable musical talent via the usual reggae themed nights flocking Nairobi entertainment scene.

 

Reggae is a broad musical canvas, stretching from the lightest of pop to the deepest of folk rhythms. From

Actually if I was asked, and confidently say local reggae fans are spoilt for choice! They already enjoy steady streams of formidable musical talent via the usual reggae nights lined-up in almost every club in the entertainment scene, from 3 of November, 2016, reggae lovers can go to Club Tribeka for 8hrs of non-stop reggae party.

On the decks will be Dj Moh.

Entrance is free of charge.

Tribeka is located in the CBD next to Nation center.

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