By Prince Etim
It’s exactly two days to the much anticipated Born In Africa Festival, the biggest to ever happen this season. Still not sure if you should attend? If you all under any of these five categories, you should get your tickets and plan to attend already.
If you love visual arts and appreciate all the details and time put creating a piece of art, then you should come support and see award-winning visual artists; Uche Edochie, Olumide Onadipe, Isaac Emokpae and Tolu Aliki at the Arts Exhibition at BAFEST. Show starts from 9am on Sunday 16th December 2018.
All round music lovers; afropop, highlife, rap and other genres have more than enough choose from the line up of performing artistes at BAFEST this Sunday. Music stars like Awilo, Dbanj, Yemi Alade, Tiwa Savage, Olamide, Davdo, Kizz Daniel, Burna Boy, Falz, Flavour, Timaya and many more will be thrilling you to performances of their back to back hit at BAFEST from 6pm on Sunday.
Do you love fashion and love to see your favorite models walk the runaway? If yes, the BAFEST fashion show has been packaged to meet of those needs. International designs like David Tlale, Torlowei and Tiffany Amber will be showcasing their 2019 collections while international models, Oluchi Millen Magese will be walking the runway. Fashion show starts at 9am on Sunday at the Eko Atlantic city
If you’re a movie buff and love to see stories expressed in the most creative ways ever, you should come witness the screening of over 50 movies that will grace our screens next year. Movie producers, directors and actors are ready to get you captivated with their stories and cinematography. Come through!
Those who are happy to just see the end of 2018
If you are a fun lover and looking out for events to be at this weekend or if you just want to turn up and escape the hustle and bustle of Lagos, you should also be at #BAFEST this week. There are loads of activities to kee you relaxed and refreshed for the new week ahead. In short, everyone should plan to be at the Born In Africa Festival. Don’t be left out of the fun. See you on Sunday.
Tickets are available at ariyatickets.com and africtickets.com. Access Bank customers can also attend the festival for free by registering on bafest.com