The Fahrenheit Party stage was set up next to the tracks. Right after a series of DJ sets, Camp Mulla performed their best hits, Fresh All Day, Addicted, Holding It Down, etc, and showed everyone why they deserved their BET nomination.
Madtraxx killed with the live band, even doing a reggae version of Boda Boda, switching up from a rock one. He was joined by Mejja for Roundi Hii, and Kora for Skamaress and Ita Waiter.
Just-A-Band killed as they did two days earlier at the Alliance Francaise during the World Music Day event with a set that included Twende Kazi, Hey!, now certified party favourite, Huff+Puff and the still very popular Ha-He.
Then came DJ Cleo with a Kenyan scarf over his head at around 1:30 a.m. The crowd had been waiting long enough and he definitely lived up to his billing. He shed most of his clothing one by one, to reveal a Kenyan rugby shirt, later vest and by the end of his set, the only thing covering his torso were the tattoos.
Despite being fairly unknown in Kenya, the Teddy Bears were arguably the best performers of the night. They managed to keep the crowd hyped with their infectious, synchronized dance moves and energetic performance. DJ Cleo would occassionally join the Bears but the kids always had it under control. They would also occassionally interact with the audience in Swahili. Cleo's set was actually much longer than it seemed. It's hard to believe how he kept the energy up till the end considering he was on stage for almost two hours.
Throughout breaks in DJ Cleo's performance, the crowd had been chanting for Facebook. He granted them their wish just when he looked like he was done, and the fans went wild. That capped the end of a wild and successful event by Avant Garde PR. As earlier noted, it's going to be hard to beat this.