FOJET preparations, a main imaginative industry, advancements outfit and coordinators of Nigeria’s chief Lagos Mainland Concert Series.
The Lagos Mainland Concert Series (LMCS) and her accomplices are revealing their drums to be a piece of the current year’s Golden Jubilee festivity. The current year’s show titled “Dark Concert” is sorted out to highlight loads of found and unfamiliar specialists in media outlets in Nigeria and will likewise feature Russia based Nigerian craftsman, artists from around the globe performing at the Lagos Mainland Concert 2.0 . As per Dotun Ademiloye,CEO Fountain Of Jazz Entertainment International and the thought shipper, “Lagos Mainland Concert Series, “we are energized at the advance Lagos State has made over the most recent 50 years. Lagos is Nigeria’s focal point of perfection, the blend of Nigeria’s different ethnic gatherings, Africa’s no 1 stimulation capital, the fifth biggest economy in Africa among different accomplishments. As a first among equivalents in many regards the state has each motivation to praise the 50th commemoration of its creation. Besides the superb steps of the present Governor Akinwunmi Ambode organization with his Tourism, Hospitality, Entertainment and Sporting Excellence (T.H.E.S.E.) vision is excellent and deserving of support and festivity.
Nigeria’s A-list specialists; Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode, Davido, Efe, Soundsultan and Bez would have incredible appearances and other extraordinary gifts, for example, Maka, Psampler, Mo’Rutty, Adebayo, DJ Spontaneous, Funmi, Erick Richy, Jasperking, Dube, Akinwhitenote, shegun, Arole, Funmifly, and parcels more.
Lagos Mainland Concert Series, Lagos mainland concert – “Black concert” special edition seeks to showcase the best of Lagos in music and further establish the mega-city as a globally recognised entertainment Tourism destination and eventually make it the No 1 entertainment concert. Black Concert is our birthday gift to Lagos and Lagosians as it turns 50.””
Date: Sunday 28th of May, 2017.
Scene : Inner sport centre, UNILAG.
Subject: Black Concert