The famous Maasai Cricket Warriors are to play a T20 match against the backdrop of Belvoir Castle as part of a UK tour.
The tourists will take on a Duchess of Rutland XI at Belvoir Cricket Club, Knipton, on Wednesday (2pm start) and all are welcome.
The Warriors play in their traditional clothing of blood red shukas and bright, beaded necklaces to symbolise and promote the positive aspects of their culture and Kenya.
The Maasai, formed in 2007, have played internationally in the UK, Australia and South Africa and use their fame and love of cricket to campaign on a range of issues.
The Duchess XI will be selected by former Notts and England A cricketer Darren Bicknell the who now leads sport and education charity the Belvoir Cricket and Countryside Trust.
He said: “We are delighted to be staging this special game and support such a great cause. It promises to be an amazing day.”
A fundraising dinner will be held in the castle following the match.
The tour is being hosted by the Mojatu Foundation and Nottingham Trent University, and will also see the Warriors taking part in a programme of cultural events and school visits.