The first day of 2016’s One Lagos Fiesta commenced on a fabulous note as Nigerian artistes and music legends swung up to make the opening occasion, which additionally happened to be on Christmas Eve, a significant one in every one of the five areas crosswise over Lagos.
Sugarboy opened the occasion at Bar Beach, Victoria Island while Tolu Obey, child of Juju music pioneer Ebenezer Obey took after with a combination of his dad’s exemplary hits and new school sounds. Idris Abdulkareem and Alariwo brought back recollections as they performed for the One Lagos Fiesta swarm at Epe Recreational Center.
Hip-hops heads, M.I, Phyno and Reminisce took Lagosians on melodic adventures, while Salawa Abeni demonstrates why she stays undisputed Queen of Waka Music at Agege Stadium.
Obviously, Jazzman Olofin didn’t leave the Ikorodu swarm needing as he played out the record-breaking Owambe hit “Bubble”, while Tony Tetuila had the crowd chiming in to his hit tune ‘My Car’, and Jesse Jagz excited fans with his hits. Jaywon and Awori Troupe took the Badagry crowd to their underlying foundations with customary Yoruba verses and move.
Individuals at the Victoria Island had an extraordinary time with Aramide and Minjin as they got everybody singing by means of call-and-reaction. The show finished on a high note with Bonsue-Fuji maestro, Adewale Ayuba and his band flaunting their amazingly organized choreographed moves while they preached peace and solidarity through verses.
Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode showed up at Agege to urge Lagosians to be exceedingly hopeful about the Christmas season and in the approaching year.
One Lagos Fiesta proceeds with today, December 25th till Saturday, December 31st and we can hardly wait to see the following round of artistes to play out this Christmas!