Guarding the frontiers of promoting french culture and arts around the world and especially in Nigeria is Alliance Française,a french learning art organization based in Nigeria,organizers of World Music Day Festival in Lagos.
The 2015 edition of the World Music Day festival with the theme “Music Unites People” was held at the prestigious Freedom Park Lagos. The event was hosted by Nigeria top female comedian Princess
The event started with a cocktail reception with Wura Samba treating the crowd to good music and energetic African sounds. Then event proper kicked off when the crowd moved on to a more larger space where the main stage is and it was a roller coaster of amazing performances,starting with Fola best,to the Squad One group(a all female traditional group) and later Sound sultan and wrapping the festival up was the legendary Masked one himself “Lagbaja” aka “Omo baba mu’ko mu’ko”. The Afro-Beat artiste brought out everyone jumping and screaming with tunes that refreshes one’s memory on what great music is all about.
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