Africa is home to millions of visitors annually, as a result of her rich and diverse socio-cultural heritage. Due to her friendly and accommodating spirit alongside the immense industrial potential, the number of tourists that visit the continent increases every year.
As well, Nigeria has the largest economy on the continent, and is the most populous black nation on earth. The country is blessed with a wide array of ethnic groups, languages, cuisines and beautiful ancestry.
Tourism in Nigeria is one of the sectors that had long been relegated to the background, owing to the fact that it lacks the capacity to be as lucrative as the oil sector. On the other hand, the total contribution of Travel & Tourism includes the increase of job creation, spending in the local community, diversification, infrastructural development and social & environmental advantages.
Lagos, the commercial hub of Nigeria, is home to perhaps the most vibrant entertainment industry in Africa. With numerous activities to celebrate art and culture, Lagos State plays host to a plethora of events such as musical concerts, fashion shows, stage plays and art exhibitions to mention a few.
For 13 years Pepsi Rhythm Unplugged has recorded sold out concerts back to back and this year, renowned entertainment powerhouse Flytime Promotions introduces the Flytime Music Festival to spice up Christmas in Lagos.
From December 21-23, 2018, the festival will host three major concerts scheduled over three days with the biggest artistes from around the globe at the prestigious Eko Hotel. The first day of the festival will feature the Pepsi Rhythm Unplugged, featuring Grammy award winner Bobby Brown while Bell Biv Divoe will take the stage on the second day until the end of the festival in grand style. The third day will feature Olamide Live. These events promise to bring world class entertainment to all in attendance.
The Flytime Music Festival, is the brain-child of Cecil Hammond with a dream of expanding the entertainment and leisure scene in Nigeria. The events will attract tourists from all around the world to witness concerts curated in a new dimension. With over 13 years of entertainment and media management under his belt, Hammond has worked with both local and foreign artistes to build Flytime Promotions into one of the most formidable entertainment companies in Nigeria. With long-standing corporate and entertainment industry connections, the festival is set to be the talk of December.
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