With December just around the corner here is the curated list of events happening.
Whether you’re looking for a fantastic event to attend in December or simply just searching for things to do in advance this list will prove helpful.
The Experience gospel concert features some of the most popular gospel talents from across the globe.
It is arguably the largest African worship concert which promises a memorable experience. This year's event is slated for December 1st by 7 pm until dawn at Tafawa Balewa Square (TBS), Lagos.
Cocktails & Dresses promises to have lots to drink and eat while shopping for the best bargain retail deals around.
At the event, there is usually a ton of indigenous brands to shop from and great discounts superb networking opportunities. Also, there is a chance to hear from some Africa's topmost speakers and personalities.
The event will be held at Intercontinental Hotel, Lagos on the 10th of December.
The Beatz Awards will be awarding winners for the year in review which is September 2016 to August 2017. The event is set to take place on 16th December at The Shell Hall, Muson Centre, Onikan in Lagos.
The carnival is an annual cultural festival that portrays African culture and heritage. The carnival is presumed to be the largest street carnival in the whole of Africa.
It’s going to take place in Calabar in Cross River and will be from 27th to 28th of December.
From fruit juices to exotic wines and alcoholic drinks, there is available for wide range of options to meet your taste and lifestyle. The number of exotic drinks available is usually mind-blowing.
It will take place at Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos from the 1st to the 3rd of December. It will be starting at 10 am and ending at 6 pm for the duration of the event.
The Port-Harcourt Chamber of Commerce and Industry are the organizers of this platform meant for businesses to market and sell their products.
This event provides small businesses with exposure to a large group of consumers, thus generating business opportunities.
It will take place at Isaac Boro Park, Port Harcourt, Rivers State from the 5th to the 20th of December.
Just like Calabar and Lagos carnivals, the Port-Harcourt carnival is mainly to show the cultural heritage of the indigenous Rivers State people.
The carnival is set to take place in the streets of Port Harcourt and will be from 13th to 20th of December.