“Whether you like Samburu traditional folk songs and dances or urban type of the music and dances Samburu cultural night is the place to be on Saturday 31st September to Sunday 1st November”.
Samburu cultural night is an annual event that is celebrate in renowned urban centers. The aim of the event is to showcase the beauty and pride of Samburu community culture with a blend of urbanization.
Samburu cultural night (2015 Edition) is a must go event has it offers an opportunity for interaction among people of Samburu origin who resides, works, study in urban centers and with those others at the grassroots and more so with other people of different cultures, different communities and races.
Four year down the line Samburu cultural night has grown in popularity and due to the increasing number of audience, this year’s event will keep off at THE BOMAS OF KENYA near the main entrance gate of Nairobi National park in Lang’ata, Nairobi. The venue has ample parking space and it’s spacious to host the soaring numbers of our audience.
There is something for everyone, the night will feature; Samburu traditional folk songs and dances, live performance from renowned Samburu county local artists, Samburu finger licking delicacies accompanied by urban type of entertainment music, soft and hard drinks, stand-up comedy, finest Djaying, and bonfires and many more.
The entrance fee ticket is KSH 500 for regular and KSH 2000 for V.I.P. The ticket is usually obtained at the entrance gates on the D-Day.
The dressing code for the event is Samburu Traditional Regalia
Come all and dance to the tunes of beautiful people