Burna Boy made history by being the first African to sell out Atlanta’s 20,000-seat State Farm Arena on the most recent leg of his “Love, Damini” US tour.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
On his current “Love, Damini” tour, Burna Boy has been attracting record crowds at every stop, and his most recent trip was no exception. The magnificent State Farm Arena in Atlanta, which seats 20,000 people, was completely sold out by the Grammy winner.
Over 20,000 concertgoers packed the arena on July 31, 2022, to see Burna Boy’s spectacular and fantastic performance.
Afrobeats is capturing the attention of individuals of various races, including those from the African diaspora, who have attended Burna Boy performances thus far.
Burna Boy adds another feather to his stylish hat: Burna Boy has become known as the musician pushing the limits of Afrobeat popularity and success ever since he found success on a global scale.
Across all of his Spotify credentials, he has amassed more than 2 billion streams. He received the highly coveted Grammy Award. Three BET Awards in a row were won by him. His ability to sell out prominent venues throughout the world—which no other African performer had ever attempted—is perhaps his most remarkable accomplishment.
Burna Boy has already sold out a number of venues in 2022, including the illustrious 20,000 Madison Square Garden, the 20,300 Accor Arena in France, the 16,500 Ahoy Arena, the 17,500 Ziggodome in Holland, the 19,000 Toyota Centre in Houston, and the 21, 000 State Farm Arena in Atlanta.
As one of the finest performers in Africa’s history and maybe the best of his age, Burna Boy has performed to packed houses all over the world.
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