The Star (Nairobi)

18 December 2012

Kenya: DJ Amour Wows At 'Crazy Nite Out'

Dj Amour is known internationally as a world-class DJ. She specialises in all sub-genres of house music including electro, progressive, tech, tribal and commercial, hip hop, trance, psy and bolly tunes.

She was in the country courtesy of Just Like That Ltd and a host of other sponsors. She did not disappoint as she gave a brilliant performance on Saturday night at 'Crazy Nite Out' party in the Venom Club, Westlands Nairobi to a full house of her fans.

Sunrice All Asian Cup a success

Last Saturday the City Park Hockey Stadium played host to hundreds of fans attending the Sunrice All Asian Cup. This astro-turf ground had been converted into a football pitch and teams were battled it out for the third edition of the tournament.

Individual and institutional teams were all allowed to participate. This unique event is expected to grow further because of the love of the game.

It was organised by Left Foot Sports, which has been passionate about promoting amateur league football. The All Asian Cup was also supported by the Ramgarhia Youth Association and East FM. The winners were Panjabi FC.

My Style unveils latest collection

Fashion has taken a turn in Nairobi especially when it comes to the traditional Indian outfits. Every wedding or formal Indian party that you visit seems to have ladies and sometimes, even men dressed in glamorous outfits.

That was the case for the My Style collection presented on Saturday night at the Mystique Gardens Nairobi. The outfits were colorful, unique and trendy from a range of simple white cotton to flowing chiffon.

However battling other events on the same night and possibly lots of wedding functions the crowd turn out was low. It was supported by well-wishers and loyal fans of the brand.

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