Kiekie TV 90s Meet Millennium Back With Old Skul Jamz Nu Skul
THE 90’s Meets Millennium is a groundbreaking and epoch-making event put together yearly to celebrate the Nigerian entertainment industry.
It brings together the best from music, comedy, Nollywood and dance from the old school generation and fuses them with new acts, to deliver a thrilling entertainment with loads of euphoria and nostalgia.
According to the coordinator and host, MD/CEO, Kiekie TV, Ms Oluwabunkunmi Adeaga, the maiden show, which featured legendary artistes like Salawa Abeni, Dele Ojo, Toye Ajagun and current acts, Reminisce, May D and Mo blow among others were hosted in Ibadan last year.
The show turned out a huge success, as people who turned out were enthralled by the experience.
The success recorded has led the organisers to want to repeat the show, tagged season 2.According to the organizers, this edition will involve more celebrities from music, fashion, comedy, dance and drama.
“The city of Ibadan would be on the spot again as an entertainment hub for guests across the south west as we host celebrities from all genres of show business who will entertain the guests,” Adeaga said.
The Project manager, Mr. Oyinwola Don, said the objectives of the event is to acknowledge and promote creativity in the entertainment industry, promote the fusion of different eras of arts, and promote the culture and tourism values of the host city.
He solicited for corporate organizations to take advantage of the two weeks pre event awareness activation across Ibadan as a unique sponsorship platform for sales, marketing and advertisement for their respective brands.
The event is slated to hold on July 10th at Jogor center, Ibadan, Oyo State.
“It is a celebration of our culture, celebrities and arts from the yore and the contemporary,” Don said.