The monthly concert of unplugged core African music and social activism, Afropolitan Vibes has held with a spark.

This week marks the penultimate edition of the concert, and it was special in every ramification. From the music to the Palmwine, the crowd spirit to the sounds, everything was special.

Organised by the eclectic band, Bantu, at the symbolic Freedom Park, the event was ushered with traditional freshly tapped Palmwine, lubricating the happiness centres of guests.

Ade Bantu kicked off the night with his timeless melodies wafting through the evening and exciting guests. He was backed

While everyone was at a high, Pan Africanism was on the menu, as Ghanaian Highlife vocalist Pat Thomas was in form. The man combined indigenous vocals, combining with the percussion from the supporting band.

Falz made his entry in super style. The reception from the crowd was stratospheric, as everyone screamed in delight at their star who combines an effective mix of music and comedy. The rapper took the stage and thrilled fans with his music. His was a complete performance.

This created the perfect atmosphere for the another headliner, Salawa Abeni, to work her magic on the night.

The veteran Fuji singer, came on with her son Big Sheff, and together they went on stage to round-off the night on a high.

The night ended with rapturous appreciation for a night of vocal magic, and Afrobeat infusions, and the best of live music.

Pulse Nigeria is an official media of Afropolitan Vibes.

Check out this pulse gallery from the event below: