The Flytime Music Festival hosted the largest number of music lovers on the continent from the 21st to the 23 of December 2018. Each day was filled with excitement and thrill found in most international music festivals, and Day 2 which was sponsored byPepsi and Baba Ijebu was a time travel experience, when the legendary Grammy Award winner, Bobby Brown and Bell Biv DeVoe took over the stage.

IK Osakioduwa was the host for the night, as Lagos was blessed with the outstanding, ground breaking and roller-coaster concert from the legends of R ‘n’ B, as they kicked of their performance with “My Prerogative” just to set the tone that they came ready and prepared for the Lagos crowd. The group continued to deliver back to back hits from Bobby’s solo career, the BBD era, and not forgetting Ricky Bell who delivered his hip-hop flow, smoothed out on an R&B tip with a ‘pop’ feel that sent out all the right vibes.

Flytime Promotions known as being a pace setter in the live entertainment space, raised the bar even higher at the concert. Apart from the time traveling and uplifting experience on the stage, the off-stage experience was ever so memorable.

 

The room was filled with lovers of old school R ‘n’ B and the energy was second to none. Attended guests included; Toke Makinwa, Wale Tunubu, Tiwa Savage, Kate Henshaw, Anto Lecky, Amaju Pinnick, Guy Murray-Bruce, Dotun Olakunrin, Lola Oj,Dr. Kemi Dasilva-Ibru, Bisola Aiyeola, Tee-A and many more!

For the first time in the history of concerts in Lagos, all the concertgoers in the General Admission section were upgraded to VIP! The hyped crowd displayed their best versions of running man skills, crazy legs, and every variation on the dance step as it has evolved over time.

The atmosphere at the Eko Hotel Convention Center on the 22nd of December 2018 was truly magical when time went way back and the 1980s was the place to be.

Anything can Happen @FlytimeMusicFestival ……Save the Dates: 20th, 21st & 22nd December 2019.

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