Franco-Comorian-Malagasy singer, author, and composer Ziad Daroueche is performing live in Kenya this May. The singer will be live on concerts on the 6th, 8th, and 13th of May at select venues as follows:
6th May – Two grapes
8th May – Pallet Cafe Gigiri
13th May – Nairobi Street kitchen
According to his booking agency in Kenya, Blem Entertainment, Ziad is expected to land in Kenya on 4th May. Speaking on the upcoming show Blem Entertainment Manager George Chege says
“Zaid being our second international artist we are short of words to express our excitement, I first saw him perform at the previous Marafiki Festival in Dar es Salaam and what i can guarantee is he will give an electrifying performance, you can’t afford to miss his performances.”
Entry to all the 3 shows is absolutely free.
This will be Ziad’s first time performing in Kenya. The excited singer couldn’t hide his joy to finally perform in the 254. “Performing in Kenya is a dream come true and I can’t wait to share my music with you.” Said the France native.
Ziad Daroueche began playing the guitar from an early age alongside his guitarist father. Since then, the Dunia singer has honed his skills to become an eccentric and unforgettable live performer.
His sound is largely an eclectic blend of traditional music, M’Godro, Blues, and Rock genres. His impressive discography boasts of thought-provoking songs such as Stop Boko Haram, Nakupenda., Dunia, Ngoma, Msafara, and Wana Wa Leo.
Describing himself as a committed artist, Ziad Daroueche is a crusader of tolerance, peace, and hope. His 2016 debut EP Maecha (meaning ‘Life’) echoes his peace agenda by reflecting his commitment to unity.