2face, MI Abaga, Jesse Jagz, Jeremiah Gyang, Chopstix, others set to storm J. Town

The inaugural edition of J. Town Storm concert tagged ‘Return of the Kings‘ is here with superstars storming performing live on stage.

 

All is set for the much-anticipated J.Town Storm concert. The event tagged ‘‘ features the legendary 2face Idibia;Africa’s finest rapper MI AbagaJeremiah GyangChopstix, Jesse Jagz and lots more live in Jos.

Hosting this spectacular event is your Osama Akponunu 1 of J Town and Chi-Boi, while Chocolate city official DJ Lambo will keep the fans and music lovers dancing on your feet all night long!

Activities leading up to this great concert include Workshops on Startup, Media & Advertising, Peace Talks, Family Fun Day and Carnivals up until 29th of November, 2015.

So, what are you waiting for? If you are in Jos and its environs. Make your November unforgettable!

Date: Sunday, 29 November, 2015Time: 3 PMVenue: Mees Palace Rayfield Resort Road, JosTickets: Regular: 2,000 | VIP: 10,000 | Table for 8: 200,000.

Tickets are available at Mees Palace RayfieldAnistaSilverbird, Millennium PlazaSteam FastSilk SuitesBajeki Grills Low-costSouthern Fried Chicken,18th Street Lounge, Club Magnum and Oceans 11 Abuja.

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