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Zion Yaynu

If you want to explore the depths of your awareness through expressive art and compelling discussions about the ideas underlying the art, look no further. Artist Zion Yaynu is displaying her latest painting collection.

The exhibition, titled “grey matter: Love Edition,” which focuses on life’s unseen beauties that unite and bond us, will be on view from August 28th through September 09, 2022, at the newly opened Refenti World.

Anyone interested in seeing and purchasing art is welcome to attend the exhibition.

Lequanda Fest

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In a celebration that follows the end of the fasting season, Lequanda Fest is back for a second time at the lovely Kuriftu Resort & Spa in Bishoftu. It will feature a brunch full of food that commemorates the “Tsom Mefecha,” which will leave you pleased while you enjoy the lovely environment.

The brunch will take place from 11:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. and will include an all-you-can-eat platter, drinks, and a good time. Make your reservation for Sunday, August 28, 2022.

Tera and Sam YF

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LinkUp Addis and Heineken have collaborated with afromile to bring amazing performers Sam YF and DJ Tera to Addis Ababa for a special event.

The artists will headline a fantastic B2B appearance, in the pair’s first-ever B2B performance.

The occasion will take place on August 27 at Ha-geez, with doors opening at 6:00 o’clock. The entrance fee is 200 birr, which includes a complimentary beer until 7:00 p.m.

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