One of the event’s highlights was the engaging panel discussions that provided a platform for thought leaders and industry experts to share insights and perspectives on the future of African entertainment.
By Emmanuel Okoro
In a dazzling display of glitz and glamour, the second edition of Entertainment Week Lagos (EWL) took centre stage at the Livespot Entertarium, Lagos, from December 12th to 20th, 2023. The event, a celebration of the African entertainment and creative industry, witnessed an impressive turnout of A-list celebrities.
The event lived up to its promise of being a melting pot for industry leaders, influencers, and emerging talents, featuring diverse guests which ranged from media influencers to budding talents in music, comedy, and film, creating an atmosphere that melded the essence of African creativity.
The star-studded affair saw the likes of Mo Abudu, Toke Makinwa, Kiekie, Eku Edewor, Iyanya, Kcee, Yhemo Lee, Hermes Iyele, Alex Unusual, Ali Baba, Jenni Frank, Oxlade, Jolla and FK Abudu (ISWIS), Diana Eneje, Kaffy Dance, Reekado Banks, Adekunle Olopade, DJ Spinall, Banke Kuku, Steve Chuks, Akah Nnani, Bovi, Craze Clown, Nasboi, among others, who graced the event with their presence.
One of the event’s highlights was the engaging panel discussions that provided a platform for thought leaders and industry experts to share insights and perspectives on the future of African entertainment. The topics discussed ranged from the impact of technology on the creative industry, the role of social media in shaping trends, solutions to the challenges of concert promotions, and building a successful fashion brand, amongst others.
Entertainment Week Lagos has firmly established itself as an essential event on the continent’s entertainment calendar, promising even more excitement and growth in the years to come.