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Davido, Wizkid, Burna Boy, Others Set to Perform at 2023 Afro Nation Festival

Davido, Wizkid, Burna Boy, Others Set to Perform at 2023 Afro Nation Festival

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Other artistes set to perform at the festival include Ayra Starr, Oxlade, Nissi, 50 Cent, Little Simz, Popcaan, Asake, and many more.

By Hope Ibiale

African music acts, Davido, Wizkid, and Burna Boy have been announced as some artistes billed to perform at this year’s Afro Nation festival. Other artistes set to perform at the festival include Ayra Starr, Oxlade, Nissi, 50 Cent, Little Simz, Popcaan, Asake, Victony, Black Sherif, MS Banks, BNXN, Sauti Sol, Gyakie, Tyla, DBN Gogo, and many others.

The festival, tagged as the world’s biggest Afrobeats festival, will be held in Portimao, Portugal, on the 28-30th of June 2023.

The Afro Nation festival is an annual three-day festival founded by Nigerian creative entrepreneurs, Obi Asika, and Smade. Since its inception in 2013, the festival has brought together the best African artistes in Afrobeats, Hip-hop, RnB, Dancehall, Amapiano, Afro House, and more to present a wholesome experience to music lovers all over the world. This year, each genre is duly represented by artistes from different parts of Africa.

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During a press statement, the festival organisers stated, “We are excited to welcome Wizkid, Davido, Little Simz, Popcaan, Focalistic, and more to Afro Nation Portugal 2023. These artists represent the very best of African music and culture, and we can’t wait to see them perform on our beautiful beach stage. With so many incredible acts on the lineup, this is shaping up to be the summer’s most unmissable party, and our best festival yet.”

Tickets are now available here.

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