13-piece music collective band BANTU have held successfully the first edition of their Lagos concert series.
The concert which took place on the rooftop of the Co-Creation Hub rooftop in Sabo Yaba, Lagos was out to get guests unwinding to live music.
Ade Bantu and his band were out to promote their recently released album "Agberos International."
On the menu was grilled turkey and canned drinks to go along with enjoying the music.
It was practically like another night of Afropolitan Vibes as the same energy was put into the performance by the band.
They did a good job of carrying the guests along, people dancing away and moving to the rhythm and vibes.
A major highlight of the night was when Jean-Paul Bourelly, a world famous Haitian-American jazz guitarist based in Berlin hit the stage.
The musician from Berlin practically blew away everyone's mind with his command of the guitar.
With his eyes closed all through, he played the strings of the electric bass guitar like his life depended on it.
Nigerian guests were not left out of the party as the ladies represented with enticing dance steps on stage.
It was another evening of Lagos nightlife and the good vibes splendid music has to offer.
Look out for the next edition of Bantu Lagos concert series.