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Kenyan Juice 2 is all about local artists

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Ralson Njenga
Ralson is a blogger and event columnist at jujamaica.com. He is passionate about writing and content marketing. Reach me via ralson@jujamaica.com

After a successful first edition that saw many local upcoming artists and creatives have a chance to showcase their work, Ochungulo family are back again with the 2nd edition of Kenyan Juice.

The event is scheduled to take place on the 23rd of November at the Alchemist Bar in Westlands and the gates will be open as from 6 pm till the wee hours of Sunday morning. The artist line-up is more than impressive a clear sign that the revellers will have one hell of a turn party.

Local stars Sailors, Wakadinali, Chris Kaiga, Valerie Muthoni, Breeder LW, Ochungulo family and Boondocks gang are all set to get on stage with mix masters DJ Kace and VDJ Jones showcasing their prowess on the ones and twos to entertain their fans.

To get the tickets, dial *229*24# or visit mtickets.com. Advance tickets are going for Ksh. 1000 while gate tickets are Ksh. 1500

Wabebee!

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