No matter your vibe, there’s something to enjoy this weekend. Pick what resonates with you and have a fantastic time!


Muze Open Air | Saturday 15 June | 5pm – 1am

MUZE OPEN AIR presents the legendary SA DJ/Producer DJ KENT for the 1st time in Kenya at The Mall Rooftop, Westlands from 5pm alongside our favorite Hometown Heroes Dylan-S, Hiribae, Jero, Q, Sir-Loin & Vidza!

The Mall Rooftop, Westlands. Tickets only at

Usawaland | Sunday 16 June | 4pm onwards

Yoga, Art, Music, and Fashion as we groove to the beats by @bignyagz @ghedimusic

Nairobi Street Kitchen, Westlands


Dis & Dat Band | Saturday 15 June | 3pm

Azteca, Rosslyn Riviera Mall

Karaoke Night | Saturday 15 June | 4-8pm

come sing your hearts out at our Karaoke night presented by @qwanibok

Happening Arts Centre, Dorobo Rd.

KO Kraft Room Opera Night featuring Turgut Akmete | Saturday 15 June | RSVP Required

Ready for a night of elegance and drama? Join us at the opera at the KO Kraftroom for an unforgettable evening! Let the music captivate you as @turgutakmete performance takes your breath away. Dress to impress and be part of the magic—this is one event you don’t want to miss! RSVP now so that you don’t miss a chance on this special night.

KO Kraftroom & Kocktail Bar, Waiyaki Way.


Good Manners | Sunday 16 June 3pm

A pregnant woman and nanny fall in love… but bestial urges soon awaken in this Brazilian horror fairytale spotlighted for Pride Month.

Unseen Nairobi, 623 Wood Avenue, Kilimani


Horse Races & After Party | Sunday 16 June, 2024 | from 12 PM

Come for the thrill of horse racing, trending fashion, delectable food and drink, a pop-up market, and family friendly entertainment. Stay for the afterparty from 4 PM for sundowners, food, and DJ music at East Africa’s only race track.
Dress code – Smart Casual | Student ticket holders must bring student ID or proof of enrollment | No pets allowed | No outside food / drink permitted.

Ngong Racecourse



Group exhibition on the theme of Water. Exhibition runs 16 – 22 June

Goethe Institut, Monrovia St.


“I use abstract figures to go beyond the conditioning of how we see each other’s bodies. This enables me to understand the depth of the body and the self beyond a conditioned mind.  I borrow from the ancient Egyptian cave art and I’m influenced by artists and poets such as V for 5, Adam yawe, Chelenge, Syowia Kambi and many others who are constantly innovating and challenging the boundaries of being.” – The Mute Poet

Exhibition runs until 11 July.

Munyu Space, Basement, The Mall


FRIDAY NIGHT ART – Card Making & Wood Block Printing | Friday 14 June | 6-10pm | RSVP

Embe Creatives, Lavington Mall. RSVP 0708760986

Pottery & Clay | Saturday 15 June | 2pm

Enanka Art Gallery, Kipro Centre Westlands

Collage Workshop | Saturday 15 June | 2pm

Ardhi Gallery, Ole-Sangale Link Rd

See Also


A.T.M – Another Terrible Mistake | 15 & 16 June

1984, presented by Under Debate | 15 & 16 June | Times vary

Braeburn Theatre, Gitanga Rd


BLACK BOY LOVE BY GUFY |16 June | 4pm – 10pm

A rare find in Kenya’s poetry scene, Gufy (gufydox) is showcasing his recent work of art, the BLACK BOY LOVE album, on THE FRIENDS I KEEP (@hq_thefriendsikeep) platform. Gufy will be powerfully supported by LE LAIKA (@le_laika) who’s recent PIECES OF ME album, rocking with some of Kenya’s finest acts in the music scene, is an absolute banger!!!

Two Grapes Wine & Friends


Yoga on Dub | Sunday 16 June | 4:30 – 6pm

Discover the ancient art of rhythmic movements with “Yoga and Dub”! This unique experience blends the timeless traditions of yoga with the vibrant energy of rhythmic music. Afreekan yoga instructed by @sis.righteous (Tamara Maat) and dub music by Jay from Umojah Sound System and @nairobidubclub.

Plant & Sense | Sunday 16 June | 11am – 1pm

Embark on a journey delving into the secrets of mother trees and discover the profound connections we share with the plant world, celebrating the wonders of nature and fostering a deeper appreciation for the green companions that enrich our lives.

Our Wonderhouse, Location upon sign up. Sign up here:


Non-Verbal Performance for Kids

Sign up your kids to this innnovative non-verbal performance that aids kids in using wood to make rhythm, to identify and distinguish various textures and to enhance their creativity. They will also use materials such as seeds, firewood, sticks and paper to create items.

RSVP by sending an email to:

Film: TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA | Sunday 16 June | 10 am

A beautiful, hand-drawn animated film based on the bestselling classic by Judith Kerr. Screened every Sunday this June at 10am.

Unseen Nairobi, 623 Wood Avenue, Nairobi