Afro Nation, Global Music Festival, Coming to Nigeria
Afronation, an international Afrobeats music performance, announced it would be touring Nigeria.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Afrobeats is gaining popularity worldwide, with Nigerian superstars selling out huge venues, topping charts, and winning major accolades.
Afronation is one of the performances that bring Nigerian music to other areas of the globe so that fans may connect with it. The performance has taken place all around the globe, with the most recent visit being in Miami, Florida.
Afronation has announced that the performance would visit Nigeria in 2023, making it their first trip to the country. On June 9, 2023, the news was announced on social media.
“Èkó ò ní bàjé! The world’s biggest Afrobeats festival is coming to LasGidi! Oshey! Oya watch this space for more info, coming soon.”
Ghana has hosted Afronation for several years, a concert featuring various African celebrities.
With Afronation’s arrival in Nigeria, the massive concert will finally make a stop in Afrobeats’ core market, and Nigerian fans will be thrilled to watch their idol play live.
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