The Coca-Cola #XiTFEST went down ton 16th December, Saturday, at the Lavington Secondary grounds. #XiFEST was an event master-minded by the Insyder magazine and Coca-Cola. It was put up to bring teens together and provide a forum to express themselves in dance music and gaming.

It was a way of giving them plot away from home during the holidays. A series of activities in different malls and hoods, #HolzHangout led to the #XiTFEST. We hit the Junction mall, Greenspan mall, Masai Mall and Garden City Mall.

Our very own MCs Branden and Dwayne Bryce got the crowd on their feet ready for good vibes and great music all day long. Later joined by Prince the One and BigTint.

DVJ Arika opened the floor with his epic set of crazy jamz. He set the pace for a great afternoon as more teeniez arrived.

The beloved glamcam was a nice spot to take awesome selfies and group photos.The Holz Step and Win game was another opportunity to walk away with amazing Coca-Cola prizes.

Not to forget theΒ man’s not hot challenge that got the stage all heated up. Teenie massive got on stage to spit their rhymes and show the crowd what they got! Coca-Cola was there to cool down the participants.

DJ Tophaz and DJ Demakufu also killed it on the decks with the best they could offer. Lit jamz only!

There were Coca-Cola sodas to drink for free just for busting moves on stage and basically having a good time.

Unfortunately DJ Creme de la Creme was not able to show stop.

However, DJ Hypnotic surprised the crowd by bringing the house down with the climax being follow-the-leader challenge.

The finals for the #InsyderFootballCup went down till the sun sank! Literally. It was so heated that fans took it upon themselves to personally psyche up the players. True to or words, there emerged 3 winners. Here are the winners:

  • Eddy Smith was 2nd runners up getting 10,000 KES from Junction Mall.
  • Erick Munyoki from Kiaguthu Boys Muranga was second getting 15,000 KES from Garden city stadium
  • Victor Morris carried the day winning the jackpot of 25,000 KES

It was definitely one unforgettable event! Here are some of the moments.