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🌟 Experience the Magic of Swahili Culture at Mombasa Street Eats 1st Swahili Cultural Day in the Pacific Northwest: Mashujaa Edition! 🌍🎶

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Get ready for an unforgettable cultural extravaganza that will transport you straight to the heart of Swahili tradition. Join us at the Kent Super Buffet on October 21st, from 7 PM till the early hours of October 22nd, 5 AM PDT, and let the rhythms, flavors, and colors of the Swahili world sweep you off your feet.

🍽️ Indulge in a Culinary Journey: Mombasa Street Eats, led by the renowned Chef Zayn, will tantalize your taste buds with a mouthwatering selection of Swahili dishes. From aromatic biryanis to delectable coastal delights, savor the authenticity and richness of Swahili cuisine.

🎵 Groove to the Beats: Dance the night away to the incredible tunes spun by DJ Sunny Sistuki from Eldoret, Kenya, generously sponsored by the creative genius and outstanding friend of the event, Deejay Drofflic. Deejay Drofflic, a celebrated artist and producer has been a driving force sponsoring this 1st Swahili event, infusing it with a unique blend of creativity and passion. His journey in the world of music and artistry has been nothing short of extraordinary, and his commitment to showcasing the rich Swahili culture is truly remarkable.

Deejay Drofflic’s close friendship with Chef Zayn goes back to her early days in the catering world, where they both discovered a shared love for the culinary arts. Chef Zayn, a highly acclaimed chef, can attest to the incredible synergy between Deejay Drofflic’s music and the delectable delights he offers at this event. The food served is, without a doubt, out of this world, highly recommended by Deejay Drofflic and a true testament to the fusion of music and gastronomy that makes this cultural fiesta a one-of-a-kind experience.

Deejay Drofflic’s passion for Mombasa Street Eats is unwavering, and her belief in its authenticity and flavor shines through in every note she plays and every dish served. With her at the helm of this event, you can expect an unforgettable evening filled with incredible music and culinary delights, all set against the backdrop of Swahili culture. Come join us and be part of a night to remember!

👘 Embrace Swahili Fashion: This year, we’re celebrating not just the flavors and sounds but also the style of Swahili culture. Dress to impress in the traditional attire of the Swahili people – Kanzu, Dera, and Leso. Join the parade of vibrant patterns and elegant designs, and immerse yourself in the beauty of Swahili clothing.

🌆 Date & Location: 🗓️ October 21 – October 22 📍 Kent Super Buffet 🏠 10210 Southeast 260th Street, Kent, WA 98030, United States

Don’t miss out on the 1st Swahili Cultural Day in the Pacific Northwest, Mashujaa Edition, where we celebrate the richness and diversity of Swahili culture through food, music, and fashion. Mark your calendars, bring your friends and family, and immerse yourself in a night of music, dance, and delicious food from the coastal paradise of Mombasa. Let’s make this event a night to remember!

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