Music loving Lagosians partied with some of their favourite music acts till daybreak not bothered by the rain which fell uncontrollably all through.
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The festival which had kicked off in the early hours of the day at 12pm, which had games and other fun activities set the tone for the music concert that was to follow on the night.
Breathtaking performances were dished out by Diplo, Davido, Burnaboy, Nneka, Falana, Simi, Reekado Banks, Dremo, Mayourkun, Wale Turner, Pryse, BOJ with SDC and Poe, Niniola, Fresh L of DRB Lasgidi, Ckay, Seyi Shay and lots more.
Hypeman Jimmie and Folu Storms were official hosts for the evening, while Mavins' DJ Altims and DJ Neptune provided the music.
Burna thrilled the crowd with his sheer energy and range of crowd favourite songs, as Davido came through with 'Dami duro' with fireworks all over rthe stage. The OBO performed his classics and his reigning song 'IF' to the joy of the fans.
Then American producer and DJ Diplo of Major Lazer drove the crowd wild with his mixes and was joined by group member Walshy Fire, both acts giving major respect and shout out to Nigerian music with their mixes.
A remix of Mr Eazi's 'Leg over', Tekno's 'Pana' among others was played to the audience leaving the crowd on a major high. Kenyan group Sauti Sol and Tanzania's Vanessa Mdee also made appearances on Diplo's set.
The 2017 edition of Gidi Fest will be one not to forget in a hurry.