After Shutting Down O2 Arena in London, Wizkid Heads to Warri for His 1st Ever Stadium Concert

After Shutting Down O2 Arena in London, Wizkid Heads to Warri for His 1st Ever Stadium Concert

In a never before achieved feat by an African act, Nigerian superstar, Wizkid headlined a 3-night 'sold out' concert at London's O2 Arena with resounding success and global recognition.

After Shutting Down O2 Arena in London, Wizkid Heads to Warri for His 1st Ever Stadium Concert
Singer Wizkid
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Not resting on his oars, the legendary act now turns his attention to his homeland in Nigeria, where he's billed to headline his first-ever stadium concert on December 18th 2021, at the Warri Township Stadium in South-South Nigeria.

With Wizkid's current buzz, status, the excitement in the entire South-South region in Nigeria, has seen the 40,000 capacity stadium almost sold out. As fans can't wait to have 'Machala' perform his monster hit single 'Essence' and the 'Made In Lagos' album that's been breaking records globally.

According to the organisers of the event; The Onaires and Pinaza records; the 'Pinaza Music Festival with Wizikid' organizers of the first Wizkid headline stadium event in the South-South and Nigeria has assured fans of a hitch-free event. Saying, 'we have put in extra efforts to ensure no stone is left unturned and fans can expect nothing but greatness from this event. The city of Warri is ready, the entire South-South is ready, and we can't wait for Wizkid to do his magic'.

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Wizkid, who has been away from Nigeria for the better part of the year, is expected back in the country in a few days and word from his camp says he's in high spirit to give his day one fan in Nigeria a fantastic experience.

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