Koroga Festival: All Is Set Ahead Of The 26th Edition To Be Hosted Within Tatu City

The two-day event will be held on July 6 to 7, with a myriad of transport and security measures put in place to make sure thousands of Koroga festival fans enjoy good music from top Kenyan and foreign artists.

Capital Limited Group Commercial Director Ms. Farida Idris says Koroga Festival has partnered with Kenya’s elite security forces to ensure the event runs without a hitch.

The Koroga Festival Organizing committee has also partnered with a highly trained private security firm, On the Mark Security – that will complement the services offered by police.

I want to assure our fans that security will not only be right but also tight,
Ms. Idris said.

Located just off the Thika Super-Highway and at the junction of the Northern and Eastern Bypasses, Tatu City has multiple access points for Koroga fans.

All entry points will be manned by the security teams. On the Mark Security has won themselves accolade from clients and government agencies alike for their services especially with their K9 unit that specializes in substance detection, from explosives to drugs and their specially trained Event Trained Security Officers (ETSO’s).

Saturday 6 July, Day 1 of the festival, will feature up-coming Kenyan artistes popular to the youthful crowd (old timers are also welcomed!). Day 2, Sunday 7 July, will feature a family event with activities for all and a line-up of top artists from across the continent.

To ensure a seamless movement in and out of Tatu City, The Koroga Festival has partnered with SWVL, Bolt (Taxify) and Citti Hoppa Next. SWVL will provide discounted rides at Sh 100 per ride using the discount code: KOROGA100 to and from the Koroga Festival on both July 6 and 7. SWVL will further provide 10 to 20 buses on both days with the central pick-up being the Nairobi CBD.

BOLT – will offer a Sh500 discount on every Koroga trip under a discount code: KOROGA500. Citi Hoppa Next will provide buses on both days with the central pick-up being Kencom Bus Station with alternate routes from Thika Road Mall, Two Rivers Bypass, Kahawa West and Kiambu Road.

The Koroga fans will pay Sh100 per one-way trip for the Citi Hoppa Next. On a 10-acre site at the entrance to Tatu City, just 35 minutes from Nairobi’s CBD, The Koroga Festival will be turning up the volume in a brand-new location away from town.

Watch out for more of the event details and ticket information on Capital FM Kenya and all the social media channels.



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