Jamaican reggae musician Jah Cure is all set for his second visit to Kenya as part of his global Royal Soldier Tour.
The Grammy-nominated crooner is expected in Kenya early next week ahead of his concert at Uhuru Gardens on July 6.
The concert, dubbed Umoja Splash Festival, will see the artiste perform across the country in what organizers are calling a fivefold tour.
“Be ready for the biggest reggae festival with the King of Lovers Rock Jah Cure live in Nairobi at Uhuru Gardens. Umoja Splash Festival is going to be a fivefold tour, starting with Nairobi. Then it will roll into the rest of the country,” organisers said in a statement.
The festival seeks to promote love and unity among the youth. Jah Cure is expected to touch down in Nairobi on July 2.
“Jah Cure will do club appearances, have a meet-and-greet and participate in a CSR activity in Nairobi ahead of his best-ever performance on July 6,” the organizers added.
He will also tour Nairobi’s Umoja and Kayole estate guided by comedian Kartelo.
“On July 6, Jah Cure will be in town and if you love having fun, come through. Before he goes to the stage, we will tour Kayole and Umoja and so many other places,” Kartelo said.