Tusker Fest Wraps up with Spectacular Finale in Mombasa

The Tusker Fest circuit concluded with a spectacular finale in Mombasa on April 29th, delivering an incredible celebration of the Kenyan culture through music and food.

The Music circuit, courtesy of Tusker Lager has been on the move across the country throughout the month of April, delivering exciting celebrations of Kenyan culture through music and food, with previous events having been held at Kisumu, Meru, Eldoret, Nairobi, and Mombasa.

The Tusker Fest Mombasa edition featured a star-studded line-up of Kenyan artists and showcased the wealth of musical talent that Kenya has to offer. They included the melodious afro electro-pop star Mutoria, Angela hitmaker Boutross, Ndovu Kuu, rapper Wangechi, and the rap trio of Wakadinali, who have been the headlining act of the party circuit. Tusker Nexters Talent Search alumni Angachi also got an opportunity to showcase his talents, alongside the event's DJ Grauchi.

The event was a true celebration of Kenyan music, culture, and food, with thousands of fans coming together to enjoy the best of Kenyan music and Tusker Lager's refreshing taste. The artists delivered energetic performances that kept the audience entertained throughout the day. The atmosphere was electric, with fans dancing and singing along to their favorite songs.

In addition to celebrating Kenyan music and culture, the Tusker Fest circuit also impacted businesses in the areas it visited. Local food vendors, transport, and hospitality sectors were among the many beneficiaries of the Tusker Fest circuit, which injected new life into local economies and helped to support local businesses. Many local vendors who provided food, drinks, and merchandise reported a significant increase in sales during the events, while the hospitality and transport sectors also benefited from increased demand.

"The Tusker Fest has not only celebrated the best of Kenyan music and culture, but it has also helped to boost local businesses in the areas it visited," says Catherine Twesigye, Tusker Senior Brand Manager. "We are proud to have been a part of the growth of the Kenyan music scene and to have made a positive impact on the local communities."

“We would like to thank all the fans who attended the Tusker Fest circuit, the artists, and partners who made the events possible. Tusker Fest 2023 delivered unforgettable experiences, and we look forward to continuing to celebrate Kenyan culture through music and food while also supporting local businesses,” she added.