Sereetsi & The Natives return with good tidings

Sereetsi collaborated with Kenyan poet and author Mawiyoo
Sereetsi collaborated with Kenyan poet and author Mawiyoo

Following a solid showing at the internationally acclaimed Bushfire Festival in the Kingdom of eSwatini in May 2019, Sereetsi & The Natives is back home.

They return from Nairobi, Kenya, where they wowed music lovers with their unique brand of the four-string guitar-driven contemporary folk jazz. Testimony to Sereetsi & The Natives’ growing international profile, the Kenyan outing came a few days after playing the Whitsun Heritage Festival in Hungary on June 9.

“Nairobi was awesome! Hearing the crowd singing along to our Setswana lyrics and even crying ‘we want more’ at the end of our set, was the best feeling ever,” the band’s frontman, Tomeletso Sereetsi told Arts & Culture.

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