Burna Boy will headline a stadium tour in promotion of his album Love Damini in London. The news which was cited on Africa News Zone indicates that the Nigerian artiste will be the first ever African artiste to use one of the biggest stadia in England for a tour.
The concert will be held on June 3 2023 whiles the stadium will accommodate 80,000 people.
Promoters of the event, Robomagic Live and Cokobar through a joint statement have shared their excitement about working on this project; a spectacle is what they have called it.
"Together with our partners at Cokobar we are proud to bring the spectacle that is a Burna boy show to London Stadium for the very first time,’’ the statement read.
The London Stadium is a multi-purpose outdoor stadium situated at Stratford, a district in London at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The album which was released in July 2022 made headlines with the feature of Ed Sheeran, an English songwriter and singer with the song 'For My Hand.' In an interview with Billboard ahead of the release, the songwriter and singer revealed how his Sixth album threw light on personal instances in his private life.
‘’It’s a bit personal because it’s bringing you into my head on my birthday-when you turn 31 and ain’t got no kids everything is going good and bad at the same time. You reflect and then get as lit as possible. He continued by saying ‘’ Then you sleep and wake up reflect again. I’m reflecting on everything-what I’m doing. Where I’m from is a part of where I’m going.
Tickets for the concert are on sale now at www.onaspaceship.com.
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