23rd February, 2012
Afro pop singer, Mike Okri of the Omoge fame, presently on holidays from the United States will be on the bandstand as guest artiste on Friday 24 February at the first Legend Nite in 2012, holding at the Niteshift Coliseum.
The monthly live band gig organised by the Opebi, Lagos celebrity hangout and sponsored by Legend Extra Stout, brewed by Nigerian Breweries Plc has been reloaded.
The show, which held every last Wednesday of the month has been repackaged with more exciting experience for fun lovers. It has also been moved to the last Friday of each month begining from this week.
Ken Calebs Olumese, the Guv’nor of the club said with the revamped Legend Nite, privileged guests and patrons will experience a double treat as the club has reconstituted its in-house band, The Coliseum Shifters.
Meanwhile, sound and lighting consultant, Edi Lawani & Associates, recently reinforced the club’s sound system to accommodate both live music and disco sessions.
“We recorded a huge success with massive turn out of guests at every Legend Nite held last year. Many fun seekers had unforgettable experience that they savoured and obviously want more. To ensure that we live up to their expectations in the New Year, we have raised the bar,” said Olumese.
Apart from Okri, a popular Guest DJ from a leading Lagos urban radio station will be on hand during the disco segment of the event.