Asake, Davido and Kizz Daniel to headline Flytime Festival in December
The 19th edition of Flytime Festival is here again, and with it comes a star-studded lineup. Nigeria's biggest superstars, Davido and Asake, are all set to headline the 2023 Flytime Festival.
In collaboration with Coca-Cola, Flytime Fest is celebrating the best of Afrobeats by delivering the most immersive musical experience to fans all around Nigeria and the world.
Flytime Fest is scheduled to take place from December 21st to 25th at the pristine Eko Convention Center. The lineup presents amazing musical performances by Lil Durk, Roddy Ricch, Ajebo Hustlers, BNXN, Kizz Daniel, Davido, and Asake.
Flytime reveals the lineup for the Flytime Fest 2023 with Davido, Asake & Kizz Daniel as headliners.— WeTalkSound (WTS) (@wetalksound) October 18, 2023
📆: 21st - 25th December, 2023. pic.twitter.com/agsR8hVYQ4
Flytime Fest began in 2004, and since its inception, it has been able to curate large concert rosters in Nigeria, featuring over 300 African artists. The festival has been able to bridge the gap between Nigerian art and entertainment to the world. Mr. Cecil Hammond, the founder and CEO of Flytime Promotions, stated, "At Flytime, Our Focus Has Always Been To Offer A Platform For The World To Experience Our Best-In-Class Afrobeats Talents, Both Established And Emerging As We Move Towards Our 20th Year In The Industry, We Remain Dedicated To Driving Excellence In All That We Do And Will Continue To Push Boundaries To Make Nigeria Proud, Not Only On The Continent But Around The World.”
Flytime Fest Activities
- December 21, 2023 | Coca-Cola Rhythum Unplugged
- December 23 2023| Headlining Artist Kizz Daniel
- December 24 2023 | Headlining Artist Davido
- December 25th 2023 | Headlining, Asake
In 2023, a wave of musical achievements swept through the Afrobeats scene. Nigerian artists claimed the spot on some of the most culturally significant milestones. Notably, Asake secured the role of Ambassador for Globacom, a leading telecommunications service, while Davido, now a proud father of twins, also emerges into the spotlight. Davido is gearing up to headline the Afrofuture Festival in Ghana from December 28 to 29, sharing the stage with J Hus and Black Sherif.