Hemisphere Lounge – Nanyuki’s high-end joint to host top country music star Sir Elvis

The highly anticipated Country Music extravaganza by star performer Sir Elvis will be held in Nanyuki town this weekend.

Dubbed “Lets Go Country” the hugely popular artist Sir Elvis will be hosted by the equally popular Hemisphere Lounge.

Hemisphere Lounge is a high end pub in Nanyuki town located at the Cedar Mall – giving it a unique atmosphere. It is a well secured joint within the mall making a popular and preferred joint by many revelers.

The lounge’s director Jeff Maina – a country music enthusiast – said all roads lead to Nanyuki this weekend for performance that has been demanded by his clientele. 

Nanyuki town that recently marked 100 years since its inception is a leading tourist destination in Kenya and key player in the northern tourism circuit.

Situated on the East of Mt Kenya, it has scenic views of Kenya’s tallest mountain and a major tourist attraction – both local and foreign.

He said the plan to bring Country Music to Nanyuki was meant to offer the people quality and memorable experience.

“We want our customers to get the best performance possible. We want them to have a good relaxing time this weekend,” said Jeff.

He added that the people of Nanyuki have been demanding for country music and was offering them the best.
Others who have performed at the Hemisphere Lounge are Steve Rodgers and resident artist Kareh B.

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