Femi Koya Shuts Down Starbucks Rosebank with #StarbucksSessions

Femi Koya Shuts Down Starbucks Rosebank with #StarbucksSessions

 

Last Sunday at Starbucks Rosebank will be remembered by the customers for a very long time by the electrifying performance of Femi Koya and the band. Femi Koya is a rare breed in the Afrobeat genre as described by one of the fans at the event.

Starbucks showed their commitment to supporting the local arts community with their #StarbucksSessions.

#StarbucksSessions is a platform that showcases various local talent, encourages connections, and brings the community closer. It was an open invitation to be a part of this creative movement while having your favourite handcrafted beverage.

The month of April featured World Afrobeat artist Femi Koya, supported by the talented Thunzy Music live and acoustic.

With Maxwell Baloyi and Karo Ndoite Photography : © Thabiso Joss Legodi

Karo Ndoite Photography: © Thabiso Joss Legodi

Femi Koya Photography: © Thabiso Joss Legodi

Felix Arimoro Photography: © Thabiso Joss Legodi

Felix Arimoro and the band Photography: © Thabiso Joss Legodi

Femi Koya and the Afrobeat Band Photography: © Thabiso Joss Legodi

Femi Koya and the Afrobeat Band Photography: © Thabiso Joss Legodi

Fans at #StarbucksSessions! at Starbucks Rosebank

Starbucks Sessions Feat. Femi Koya, Thunzy and Berita at Starbucks Rosebank

Starbucks Sessions Feat. Femi Koya, Thunzy and Berita at Starbucks Rosebank

Starbucks Sessions Feat. Femi Koya, Thunzy and Berita at Starbucks Rosebank

Starbucks Rosebank

Starbucks Sessions Feat. Femi Koya, Thunzy and Berita at Starbucks Rosebank

 

 

 

Photos: Thabiso Joss Legodi

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