Tickets for Wizkid’s November concert at London’s 20,000-capacity O2 Arena have sold out in 12 minutes.
The Afrobeats singer, who earlier announced the tour for his ‘Made In Lagos‘ album, broke the news on Friday.
On November 28, the Grammy winner will be performing his album before a full audience at the popular facility.
Wizkid was earlier named among the lineup of artistes to perform at the O2 Arena’s ‘Welcome Back Show’ series.
“Fans will not only be engulfed in the unique sounds, live instrumentation, and vibes of Lagos but will celebrate Wizkid’s love and appreciation for where he comes from and his inspirational journey,” the organisers had said.
Wizkid had also announced a 17-city tour across the United States and Canada for the highly acclaimed album.
He had released the project, which is his fourth album, in October last year — after teasing it for about two years.
The 14-track project featured international heavyweights like Damian Marley, Skepta, H.E.R, and Ella Mai. It also had Nigerian music stars such as Burna Boy, Tems and Terri.
‘Made in Lagos’ has so far enjoyed widespread acceptance, with the likes of Kylie Jenner, Kevin Hart, and Saweetie dancing to songs off the mid-tempo project.
Barack Obama, former US president, had also listed ‘Essence’ a track off the project, among his favourite songs for 2020.