Onyeka Onwenu, Frank Edwards, Buchi, Mike Aremu, others set to storm concerts

"Light Up" Music and Arts Concert a special night of Songs, Dance-Drama, Orchestra, Choreography and light Comedy.


"Light Up" Music and Arts Concert brings together top executives and high profile customers of respective corporate organizations to usher in the Christmas season.

It's a special night of Songs, Dance-Drama, Orchestra, Choreography and light Comedy, featuring some renowned African and International inspirational singers & artistes.

This year's lineup artistes include the Elegant diva, Lady Onyeka Onwenu, Multi-Talented rapper and singer, TB1, Nigeria's Best Gospel Artist, Frank Edwards (aka Rich Boy), Super Star Reggae maestro Buchi, Nigeria's leading saxophonist, Mike Aremu, The Muson Orchestra and award winning American R&B and Jazz singer, song writer and actress, Chante Moorewww.lightupconcert.com

The black tie dinner event will commence with a grand cocktail/classical quartet and a Red Carpet to be anchored this year by International Award winning ace photo specialist Kelechi Amadi Obi. Arts Exhibition by leading poet, author, Exhibitor Dr. Tony Marinho.

Table For  Executive Individual's CategorySingle: N50,000 VIP Couple: N80,000  VIP

Date: 29 November, 2015.

Venue: Landmark Centre Oniru

Time: 4.00 pm


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