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‘Made In Kenya Experience’ postponed to a later date

Nairobi, Kenya; AIZNIAZ ENTERTAINMENT as the organisers of the ‘Made in Kenya Experience’ concert supports the government efforts in combating the COVID-19 pandemic, and is keen on adhering to  the Ministry of Health guidelines by  ensuring the concert is a COVID-19 free zone.  
Bearing this in mind we would wish to announce that after careful consideration with all stakeholders involved, organizers, artists, vendors, sponsors and partners we shall be postponing the concert to a new date which will be on 28th August 2021.
“We are determined to pioneer the appropriate model of post COVID-19 Concerts Which include only Tested(at least 72Hours before) and/ or vaccinated attendees being allowed access  to our events which has been adopted globally. The logistics involved require adequate time to be able to achieve the goal of testing all artists, attendees, vendors, staff and different suppliers in order to give attendees a chance of maximizing their experience while at the venue without being worried about their health safety,” Organisers said.

They have sincerely apologized for any inconvenience caused. However,note that they are determined to keep all attendees safe and the best experience in this pandemic period.
All bought and complimentary tickets will be valid for usage come 28th August and For those who may want a refund please reach out to m-tickets our ticketing partners and it’ll be facilitated as soon as possible. However, we urge you to stay put and wait for an experience we’ve not had since COVID-19 as an industry.
Michelle Ntalami is one of the Kenyan celebrities promoting the event

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