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Sautisol will be splitting after twenty years together. 

Coke Studio has partnered with Sautisol for the Last Dance show which will mark their last performance as a group before taking a hiatus. 

In a statement after signing the partnership on Tuesday, October 31, Coca-Cola’s Marketing Director East and Central Africa Isabelle Kariuki said the company is thrilled to join forces with Sautisol in offering a great experience to fans.

"Passion fuels everything we do at Coca-Cola, and nothing gets people moving, celebrating, and enjoying life like live music does. Music, just like sharing a Coca-Cola, brings people together, and when we mix them together, it creates real magic," Kariuki stated. 

Coca-Cola which will be the official soft drink partner for the Last Dance festival promised a refreshing and unforgettable experience for music enthusiasts.

Sautisol with models at the Sol Fest partnership announcement.

The company noted that attendees will be offered onsite engagement activities, exclusive merchandise and stand a chance to be immersed into the Coke Studio experience.

"Attendees can expect an array of exciting on-site and engagement activities, offering them the chance to be immersed into a Coke Studio experience, win exclusive merchandise, and make memories that will last a lifetime,” Coca-Cola stated.

Sautisol announced in May they will take an indefinite hiatus from collective performances after concluding their world tour after being together for twenty years.

The group in 2021 took another break and embarked on individual projects and spending time on the Sol Generation Records.

Sautisol reunited in November 2022 releasing a song titled “Lil Mama”.

The band which comprises Bien Aime, Savara Mudigi, Willis Chimano, and Polycarp Otieno has over time become a household name in Kenya and beyond due to their hit songs.