One Africa Music Fest 2018 tickets now on sale

The popular festival returns this year with hit artists Wizkid, Davido, Tekno and many more

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Are you ready to boogie down to some of the best African beats around? One of the biggest cultural music festivals is making a return, and it’s shaping up to be better than ever.

On Friday November 16, One Africa Music Fest is making its way to Dubai, and tickets for the music show are now on sale.

Already know you want to be there? Get your tickets right here, with prices starting at Dhs300 for those who want to be right in the thick of it in the fan pit.

Taking place Dubai Festival City Arena, it’s bringing along some of the best artists to “change the way the world views and accepts African music and culture”. With the talent on offer, we won’t need much convincing.

Named one of Africa’s hottest pop stars, Wizkid will be performing some of his best tunes, along with fellow Nigerian hit singer and song-writer Davido who pulled in more than 15,000 people recently in New York.

If you haven’t already, have a listen to some of their tunes. You’ll see why they get millions of views.





The talent doesn’t nearly stop there, as massive artists Sarkodie, Tekno, Diamond Platnumz, Flavour, Eddy Kenzo, Tiwa Savage, Cassper Nyovest among many more will all be giving audiences a brilliant show.

Last year’s show successfully sold out at Madinat Jumeirah, so you’ll definitely want to nab a spot, pronto.

If you’re keen on jamming to some African beats, you know where to be.
Dhs300 (fan pit), Dhs400 (VIP), Dhs4,000 (tables). Fri Nov 16, 7.30pm-3am. Festival Arena Al Badia, Dubai Festival City, oneafricaglobal.com (04 601 0101).

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