LaffMattazz rocks Akure with 2Baba, Akpororo, Terry G, Small Doctor, others
Akure, the capital of Ondo State was alive on June 12, as Gbenga Adeyinka and other top entertainers stormed the city with the best of music and comedy to mark the holiday. The crew, who brought the Laffmattazz train to Akure had Maltina on hand to deliver their premium malt taste to guests at the show, as well as keep them engaged with games and other fun activities.
The show, which was tagged Loud In Akure, was staged at the Dome Event Center in Akure and witnessed the presence of important personalities, as well as A-list actors, music artistes and comedians.
There were performances from the likes of MC Lively, Small Doctor, Helen Paul, Omobaba and other entertainers, who the crowd was so delighted to see.Premium malt drink, Maltina fulfilled its promise on sharing happiness by delivering entertainment to the people of Akure through fun games, lucky dips, spinning the wheel, where lucky consumers got the chance to win exciting prizes like mobile phones, generator, TV, Standing Fan, Maltina goody bags, and other mouth-watering prizes.
Gbenga Adeyinka, who has been the show’s headliner for the last six years, made a grand entrance right after Small Doctor’s performance. He held the audience down for nearly twenty minutes with rib-cracking jokes and the right demonstrations to keep everyone entertained. The last performance of the day came from 2Baba, who wrapped things up with some of his well-known hits.
Fans were totally delighted at the show and the opportunity to mark the holiday in a fun way. A visibly excited attendee, Mr. Tosin Adeyemo, said,
“This was a really good show and money well spent. The comedians were on point with their jokes, same as the artistes, especially 2Baba. I’m happy I came out to experience it.”
Maltina has been a longtime sponsor of the Laffmattazz show and is on a mission to share happiness, and the comedy show is one of the platforms through which it drives this mission.
Oluseun Lawal, Senior Brand Manager, Maltina, expressed delight at the success of the show and the opportunity it gave the brand to engage with consumers. “People come for these shows to be with their family and friends and be happy, that’s why we have remained sponsors. It is a great way to connect with our consumers.”The Laffmattazz train will continue to Ilorin in October as it celebrates six years of existence and promises to keep delivering the happy moments that its fans crave.