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26 Dec 2019
You don’t love music festivals? We do and you should as well! From the heavy music blast to the crowd heaving and your body producing excess sweat, the elation is indescribable because that is how awesome the power of music is. Yes, you heard it here, nothing beats the singular experience of a music festival.…
25 Nov 2018
Reactions from the culture sector to a story published in The Guardian on October 24 that lamented the clumsy nature of culture programming in Lagos has generated a case for standardising culture programming to attract tourism specifically for Lagos and perhaps any other city....

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