Olamide, Mr Real, Saheed Osupa to perform at One Lagos Fiesta 2018

One Lagos Fiesta

Singers Olamide, Teni, Slimcase, Mr Real, Humblesmith, Blackky, Mr P, Adewale Ayuba and Saheed Osupa have been announced as some of the performers at the 2018 edition of the One Lagos Fiesta (OLF).

No fewer than two million direct participants and 90million viewers worldwide are also expected to take part in the end of year fiesta holding from the eve of December 24, 2018 till the wee hours of January 1, 2019.

Lagos State commissioner for tourism, arts and culture Steve Ayorinde who said this while addressing a press conference on Monday at the Bagauda Kaltho Press Centre in Alausa, Ikeja to formally announce activities for this year’s show, said necessary arrangements have been firmed up to ensure another hugely successful outing.

Mr Ayorinde, who briefed the media alongside senior officials of the state government, some a-list artistes billed to perform and representatives of sponsors, said the OLF would hold in five locations simultaneously across the state in line with the tradition adopted in the last four years.

“As a government, we are encouraged by the noticeable achievements recorded as a result of hosting this event and we are taking advantage of this year’s edition to fete millions of Lagosians who have supported this initiative running for the fourth consecutive year.

“The One Lagos Fiesta draws parallel with other international crossover events in the world especially in the countdown night of December 31, and with the unique features associated with the fiesta, it is anticipated to attract over 2million direct participants across the State and over 90million viewers via live television and live streaming on social media,” Ayorinde said.

Tagged ‘A December to Remember,’ the commissioner said there would be live music concert, which will feature trending DJs and MCs and performances by popular Nigerian artistes and musicians running from 6.00p.m till 12 midnight across the five venues in Agege, Victoria Island, Badagry, Epe and Ikorodu.