The 4th ‘Olamide Live In Concert’ (OLIC4) is expected to see up to 25,000 people attend according to the manager of the Indigenous rapper.
The Management of Nigerian Rap artist, Olamide has disclosed that the 4th Olamide Live In Concert ‘OLIC4’ is billed to have a turn out in excess of 25,000 people in attendance.
The yearly concert hosted by Olamide Adedeji, popularly called ‘Olamide Baddo’ is in its fourth edition and is expected to take place at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere, Lagos on December 17th, from about 12 noon till 6 pm.
Olamide’s manager, Mr Alex Okeke revealed the details of the concert during the News Conference held on Tuesday to publicise the activities lined up for one of the most-anticipated concerts in Lagos State.
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Commenting on the change in venue for this year’s concert, Alex Okeke said it became necessary so that as many people that wanted to attend the concert can be accommodated at the same time without hassles.
The previous editions of the OLIC Concert had been held at the Eko Hotels and Suite, Victoria Island and had attracted a large audience.
Okeke also disclosed that this year’s concert is in partnership with the Lagos State Government due to the vibrancy and tourism prospects of the state.
Alex Okeke said: “The change in venue was to accommodate many others who wish to attend the annual concert. The first three editions were sold out.
“As we know Olamide to be a street musician, he wants more people to enjoy him; hence, we have a change of venue to accommodate others.
“We want to take the concert to another level, what we want to do is to use OLIC to take Lagos to the world. “Taking Lagos to the world means that at the end of the concert many all over the world will want to come for the next edition and that is tourism.’’
“Lagos is a centre of excellence and the most vibrant in Africa, so we are ready for the expected number of people for the concert.
“I am sure that Olamide is ready to take the concert to another level because of his brand as a street boy and he will not be short of that.”