31 December 2012

Kenya: Celebrity DJ's Jet in for New Year's Party

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Two international DJs will jet in for tonight's New Year mega party at the Carnivore's that will also feature a number of top Kenyan deejays.

The event organised by Smirnoff will see DJs Shaun 'Banger' Scott from the U.K. and Dino Bravo from South Africa join Kenya's DJs Joe Mfalme, DJ Chukie, DJ Kaydee, DJ Riggz, DJ Klash, DJ Stretch, DJ Jean-Marie, DJ Frakus, DJ Wati, DJ 7, DJ E, DJ Denz, DJ Erik and DJ Cat.

Dubbed 'The Night,' the all-white themed party will for the first time in Kenya feature a line-up of 16 DJs playing on three stages.

Organised in conjunction with the Carnivore Restaurant and True Blaq Entertainment, the event will feature a teleporting booth and Smirnoff signature cocktails to celebrate the moment.

DJ Dino Bravo said in a statement, "Music to me is more than just the word music. Music to me means life, love, peace and harmony. I live, breathe, sleep and dream music. That's why I'm looking forward to coming to Kenya, to share and learn."

Dino has been a DJ for 16 years and his major career highlights was "meeting Nelson Mandela during The 46664 Concert."

He has performed alongside David Guetta, Ralf Gum, Nicky Romero, Avicii Little, Louis Vega, Dj Cleo, Dj Fresh and Oskido.

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