First and foremost; big shout out to the team behind Koroga Festival, for consistently bringing us a fantastic event to enjoy African music and good vibes. The festival does indeed live up to its motto; "Appreciating Africa's timeless culture."
The November 2018 edition was the 24th Koroga Festival. Mambo Tribe, Skales from Nigeria and Salif Keita were the performers. RudeBoy who was also in town for Coke Studio made a surprise experience.
In between catching the performances we got a chance to sample the various tents and the Singleton one was one of our favourite because of the many activities and yummy food, as well as cocktails to indulge in. Honestly, how did we ever survive without this.
In the past, attending a festival like Koroga meant just finding a busy food vendor-where you probably had to queue for quite a long time to get something to eat. Ordering a drink was also not that easy or special either. And if you were a cocktail lover, you might not have easily got a well made cocktail.
Now thanks to brands such as Singelon your Koroga experience has been elevated. You and your friends can get a bench to share, order either a bottle and some mixers, cocktails, food and catch up as you soak in the music from the performers and the energy around.
For foodies, you get to savour foods prepared with at most love and attention and if you have a sweet tooth you have to try the ice creams. "We have partnered with the Brew Bistro to create a one-of-a-kind street food menu with The Singleton TM. Chef Hector Sanchez has created a different food experience that our consumers enjoy at every Koroga” said EABL Head of Spirits Annjoy Muhoro.
Another fun thing to do is get a portrait of yourself from artist Micheal Luande.