DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF CULTURE
We are, at almost every point of our day immersed in cultural diversity. That’s why we at The Junction, we celebrate our country’s cultures every Thursday from 9am to 7pm. Come enjoy a wide variety of dance and music from various communities in Kenya. While at it, you will have an opportunity to sample some of the best beautiful arts and crafts, and wooden carvings as well as beadwork. Experience the beauty of cultural African dancers;
By the Swahili community It is a dance that emulates the Persian belly dance and bring the Musical Masaai Market to a standstill.
By the Luo community You will enjoy the soothing sound from some of the best Nyatiti players in the world.
THE NCHA MUSIC
By the Teso community Ncha is performed during various rites of passage like the imuget initiations ceremonies and nkiema marriage ceremonies.
THE SENGENYA DANCE
By the Digo from coastal region The dance aims at discouraging laziness and idle chit-chat in the community.
By the Luo community. This is a dance full of energy. You need to come and shake it off a little bit.
By the Luo community. This is performed during the circumcision ceremonies; an important rite of passage in the community.
By the Kenyan coastal natives. It seeks to celebrate the joy and gift of life.
By the Borana community. This dance is performed after wedding ceremonies of after the birth of a baby.