The good news is that it’s a free show for all MTN subscribers.
The concerts train leaves Makurdi for Enugu and then to Calabar and Port Harcourt. Other cities on the MTN. groove train are Ilorin, Abuja, Owerri, Benin, and Ibadan.
But you have to be of the age limit, which is 18 and above to before you are allowed entry.
Other artists who have confirmed their readiness to raise the roof in these cities are Naeto C, Omawunmi, Iyanya and Ikechukwu. The list also includes Dr. Sid, Da. Prince and Project Fame discovery, Chidinma.
Comedians Jedi and Seyi Law would be on hand to anchor the shows, which would be the first of its kind in Nigeria.
The six-week long fiesta is a ‘thank you’ party to Nigerians according to MTNs General Manager, Consumer Marketing, Kola Oyeyemi.
“When MTN. came into Nigeria ten years ago, no one gave us a chance, but the people of Nigeria knew what they wanted and gave a massive support to our network.
The concert is own our way of saying thanks for believing in us. It’s also a way that tells us we didn’t make a wrong investment decision as our network is now the biggest in Nigeria and the highest revenue spinner in the Africa and Middle East Region of the business,” he said.
MTN opened operations in Nigeria in 2001.
View tour dates below…
September 9th Makurdi Aminu Isa Kontongora Complex
September 11th Enugu Nnamdi Azikiwe Indoor Sport Hall
September 16th Calabar Cultural Centre
September 18th Port Harcourt Civic Centre
September 23rd Ilorin Romeich Hall
September 25th Abuja B.M.O Arena
September 30th Owerri Aladina Hall, Aladina Shopping complex
October 3rd Benin Cultural Centre, Benin
October 7th Ibadan Jogor Centre
1October 14th Lagos Harbour Point