The Kenyan Boys Choir will be performing across all "We Day" venues in Canada and USA from September 20 to November 27, 2013. We Day is an annual youth empowerment event organised by Free the Children charity.
The choir will jet out of the country for three months beginning September 10, 2013 and do a series of performances warming up to the first We Day concert on September 20, 2013 in Toronto, Canada.
The 8 We Day concerts will see the choir perform together with great musical acts including Canadian songstress Nelly Furtado, Demy Lovato and Kardinal Offishall.
LIST OF WE DAY CONCERTS THE CHOIR WILL PERFORM AT:
September 20 - Toronto, Canada
October 8 - Minnesota, USA
October 18 - Vancouver, Canada
October 24 - Alberta, Canada
October 30 - Manitoba, Canada
November 6 - Saskatchewan, Canada
November 20 - Waterloo Region, Canada
November 25 - Montreal, Canada
November 27 - Atlantic Canada
How about angelic voices to usher in your festive mood? The Kenyan Boys Choir at The Phoenix Players
will stage a performance that's just perfect for December.
Friday 21st December, 2012 - 7.30pm
Saturday 22nd December, 2012 3pm to 5pm and 6pm to 8pm
Come with your family, friends and neighbours for an evening of
December's best performance our entertaining choir.
Adults Ksh. 650
Students (with school ID) Ksh. 200
Children Ksh. 100
DAADAB WOMEN CHARITY CONCERT
On 14/10/2012, all roads lead to Brookhouse Schools, Nairobi where The Kenyan Boys' Choir, among other musicians will give a 6-hour pro bono performance at a charity event with the aim of raising Ksh. 2 million to support the women at Daabab Refugee Camp in northern Kenya.
The event dubbed 'Daadab Women Charity Concert' starts at 12.30pm to 06.30pm GMT+3.
Proceeds from this event will provide vocational training to Daabad women to help them acquire self-reliance skills. The charity event has been organized by Beautiful Flower, an NGO that promotes women empowerment.
THE STORY MOJA HAY FESTIVAL
The Kenyan Boys Choir opened the floor at the annual Story Moja Hay Festival 2012 held at The National Museum of Kenya in Nairobi on the 14th of September 2012.
The highly publicized and well attended event took place at the Louis Leakey Auditorium in a sold out show to 500 guests.
''The 2-hour non-stop performance was a landmark in Kenya's entertainment industry'', a teary-filled lady said as she left the auditorium buying four copies of the Choir's third album 'Amerika Jambo'.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 September 2013 10:58|
"WE DAY" TOUR NORTH AMERICA
Written by Kenyan Boys Choir
Wednesday, 04 September 2013 03:00