Lagos is where its happening at this December, because AfroNation— the world’s biggest Afrobeats celebration said so. The festival, which has already announced editions in Portugal and the US, will make its Nigerian debut at a date and venue to be revealed. The news was met with excitement from fans all over the world, who are eager to see their favorite Afrobeats artists perform in the country where the genre originated.
“Nigeria is the home to so many international superstars who have made Afrobeats a globally loved genre,” said co-founder SMADE. “This will truly be a full circle moment, bringing the AfroNation show back home to Lagos. We can’t wait for the biggest celebration of African music the world has ever seen!”
AfroNation festivals have become synonymous with epic performances, top-notch production, and a diverse crowd of music lovers from all over the world. The Nigerian edition is sure to be no exception, and fans can expect to see some of the biggest names in Afrobeats on stage.
In addition to music, AfroNation is also known for its fashion, food, and art. The festival is a cultural melting pot, and fans can expect to experience the best of Africa and beyond.
If you’re a fan of Afrobeats, then you don’t want to miss Afro Nation Lagos! It’s going to be the biggest celebration of African music the world has ever seen.
On Wednesday September 26, following an initial release of limited Tier 1 VIP tickets that sold out almost immediately, Afronation unveiled a teaser lineup featuring two headliners, Burnaboy & J Hus alongside other acts; the festival also announced its highly anticipated regular tickets that has had people guessing for some time.