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“The pandemic may rage on but the music must keep playing,” so said the Make Music Lagos 2020 organizing committee.  Make Music Lagos, which is now in its fifth year of existence, is going to be exclusively online for the first time following the restrictions on large public gatherings by the Lagos State Government.  A move and experiment, by its organizers, that promises to be interesting and could possibly offer a solution to the near-collapse of activities in the Nigerian music and associated industries.

Sunday 21st June, is World Music Day, and Make Music Lagos is going to be hosting a variety of FREE ONLINE MUSIC EVENTS to get the music fans super excited. There is the HOME STUDIO, a new addition to the lineup, which will have leading music producers like Music Magnate, Olaitan Dada, Mr. Wols, Crackermallo, etc., make beats from their home studio in real-time.

In the past, these beats would have been made on the streets of Lagos as part of the STREET STUDIO events. There are also the MAKE MUSIC LAGOS CONCERTS, hosted in collaboration with partners, which will give many upcoming acts the opportunity to perform to large audiences on YouTube and Instagram.


Last on the list of events for the 2020 edition of Make Music Lagos is the LAGOS SHUTDOWN CONCERT, hosted by L’avenida Multipurpose Centre, which historically has had the largest audience and some of the biggest names in Nigerian music on stage each year, on Sunday 21st June on YouTube.


Make Music Lagos 2020 is a member of and endorsed by the Make Music Alliance (the global body promoting the World Music Day with HQ in New York) and supported by TVC, Max FM, and a host of other partners. And the organizing team is led by SHOW GEAR and its partners: IMPREVA, IPC EVENTS, LEGACY PLANET, and ZANNOZA ENTERTAINMENT.

And as it is the global practice of Make Music Day, ALL EVENTS ARE FREE. Meaning that you do not pay to attend or perform at any of the events. It is open to all without any strings attached.


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