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Wizkid sells out 3 shows at London’s 02 Arena in 35 minutes

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Nigeria’s international music star Wizkid has sold out all his three shows slated for the O2 Arena in London within 35 minutes.

The first show of His Made in Lagos Tour scheduled for 28 November was sold out in 12 minutes.

Based on popular demand, Wizkid introduced a second show for 29 November.

Again the tickets were lapped up in two minutes.

Wizkid: the StarBoy making waves in London
Wizkid: the StarBoy making waves in London

Based on heightened demand, Wizkid added a third show for 1 December.

It was the same story: all the tickets sold out.

The O2 Arena can accommodate 20,000 music fans.

With COVID-19 on recession, the popular London venue is hosting an A-List of global artists for what is termed ‘welcome back shows’.

Burna Boy, another Nigerian artist played at the arena on 27 August, also to a sold out audience.

But the StarBoy has surpassed him in popularity.

Wizkid made his fans know what transpired online in a series of tweets on Friday.



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