Chris Brown Kenyan Visit Confirmed by American R&B and hip hop star who personally made it official that he will indeed be rocking his fans in Mombasa next month. The concert, which will also feature Nigerian music star Wizkid, is slated to go down on October 8 at the Nyali Golf club.
Chris Brown’s concert comes just a few days after fellow American singer Trey Songz’ hyped-up visit to Kenya; for the recording of the pan-African non-competitive TV show Coke Studio Africa Season Four set to premiere next month.
The Mombasa event, dubbed Music Festival, is being organised by Mombasa Rocks in collaboration with Mombasa county government.
However, eyebrows have been raised over the “high” charges for the event.
Chris Brown Kenyan Visit Cost to you? Regular tickets will be going for Sh10,000, while VIP and VVIP will be fetching at Sh20,000 and Sh50,000 respectively. ~the star
Mombasa Rocks director Adil Juma, during a press conference Wednesday morning, said the show will also feature artistes from Tanzania, Nairobi and Mombasa.
“We promise our fans an ultimate and a hard to forget fun,” said Adil.
The show will be a 24-hour event with doors opening from 2 pm on Saturday and closing on Sunday.
Born Christopher Maurice Brown, the Virginia state native is popular for some of his hit jams including Say Goodbye, Kiss Kiss, Don’t Judge Me, Look At Me Now, Don’t Wake Me Up and No Air among others.