Flytime Music Festival Unveils 3-Day Event Lineup
Flytime Promotions has announced its 3-day lineup of electrifying shows- Pepsi Rhythm Unplugged, RBRM featuring Bobby Brown & Bel Biv Devoe & Olamide Live, under the grand Flytime Music Festival. These events will host the largest number of music lovers on the continent from the 21st to the 23rd of December.
Sponsored by Pepsi and Baba Ijebu, Pepsi Rhythm Unplugged will kick off day one of the festival. Flytime Promotions is set to announce performances from A-List Nigerian artists, who will be bringing the best of energy and good vibes to give the concertgoers the time of their lives, as they wrap up an exciting year.
The 2nd day of the festival will feature international artists; legendary Grammy Award winner, Bobby Brown and Bel Biv Devoe, who will perform their biggest hits, taking guests down memory lane with award-winning tracks like “If It Isn’t love”, “Candy Girl” and many more. Following their recently concluding tour, they are set to hit the stage at the Eko Convention Center this December for an exclusive and explosive show.
Speaking on this year’s triple treat delight, Flytime Talent Management Head, Sasha Alabi, said: “Flytime has built a formidable brand that has been consistent in catering to the entertainment needs of Nigerian concertgoers for over a decade. This year, we plan to bring a heightened feeling of what our fans are used to; leaving them with an unforgettable triple, treat experience.”
Day 3 of the festival will close out with a bang, showcasing the one and only OLAMIDE LIVE! The YBNL boss and “King of the Streets” will be hitting the stage alongside some of the music industry’s favourites and his renowned YBNL army. The ‘Wo” crooner promises to deliver a top-notch show that guarantees to keep the crowd lit all night long!
The annual culture of Rhythm Unplugged never fails to surprise fans. And last year, fans received the ultimate surprise, witnessing the union of two of Africa’s most prominent music stars, Davido and Wizkid live on stage. This year, Flytime Music Festival is set to leave Lagosians speechless for months to come.
Concert-goers have been advised to “stay woke” as “Anything Can Happen” on stage