March 24, 2017 | What’s On | KenyaBuzz
What’s On

Nanyuki Farmers Market

Special Events

There is a Farmers Market and car boot sale at Braeburn Nanyuki School. Bring your produce to sell (it is ksh 500 for a table space) or bring your kikapu and buy lots of fresh goods.

Kace & Friends: House Flows Edition


For the Urban Pros edition, expect the best in all things HipHop, Dancehall, African, and hyped mainstream music from the most capable of DJs.

Asia Wedding Lounge Nairobi 2017


Experience the tradition of Asia in the most luxurious and glamorous way. Meet all top brands & designers from India & UAE under one royal roof.

Silent Retreat- A Wellness Experience For You

Yoga, Meditation & Wellness

In such a fast paced world, we rarely get time to breath, time to be alone or even unwind.

Tatiana Bridals Wedding Expo


Tatianna Bridal - Weddings Expo will be happening this March on the 24th - 26th of March at the TRM - Thika Road Mall convention center. Just in time for the bridal season in April.

The Heart of Darkness Photography Exhibition

Expositions, Photography

The Heart of Darkness Photography exhibition by Gurveer Sira

Nairobi Tech Week 2017

Campus Events, Courses, Lectures & Workshops, Special Events

Nairobi Tech Week is back and bigger than ever before.This year, we bring you developer workshops from industry leaders, a Facebook hackathon powered by Angel Hack and a full day of industry chats for you to excel to the next level.

Barclays Kenya Open 2017


Barclays Kenya Open 2017 makes a return to Muthaiga Golf Club this year.

The 19th Nairobi International Education Fair

Campus Events, Free

The main objective of the event is to bring together local and international universities and colleges to meet students, school leavers and other young people who are looking for career and training information

Natural Systems For Wastewater Treatment

Courses, Lectures & Workshops

We constantly see water highlighted as a dwindling resource, a growing cause of conflict, a threat to our wellbeing, but what can we actually do about this? How can we use water in the most sustainable way?