Top International Locations Burna Boy has sold out

These are the Top International Locations Burna Boy made history by being the first Artist to headline and sell out.

Top International Locations Burna Boy has sold out
Top International Locations Burna Boy has sold out presents Top International Locations Burna Boy has sold out in his career.

Burna Boy is called the for a reason. When you achieve the type of success he has been able to accomplish or the recognition he has gained over the years, it’s not hard to see why he is referred by that nickname.

Burna Boy will be headlining at Madison Square Garden in on April 28th, proving once again that he is the African Giant.

Burna Boy’s upcoming appearance is doubly notable in the music industry because he’ll not only be performing at the venue as a solo artist, but he’ll also be selling it out, joining the ranks of Justin Bieber, Elvis Presley, and members of The Beatles who have sold out the 20,789 capacity arena.

To commemorate the special moment, compiled a list of the top international locations Burna boy has made history as the first ARtist to headline, sell-out and shut down.


Wembley Arena

Top International Locations Burna Boy has sold out
Burna Boy gets a plaque for sold out concert at SSE Arena, formerly known as Wembley Arena

In 2019, Burna boy became the first artist to sell out the 12,500-seat facility and London’s second-largest indoor arena, Wembley Arena.

The singer was given a plaque from the management of the venue in recognition of his feat.

Before the sold-out concert, Burna Boy took to his Instagram account page and called the event, “The biggest one yet.”

At the concert, Burna Boy was joined by his compatriots, Wizkid and Davido. Santan Dave, Manifest, Ij Wstrn and Stormzy were also performers at the concert.

Impressively, that same day he won the MTV EMA award for Best African Act.

Hollywood Bowl

Burna Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

On the 6th of October 2021, Burna Boy set a new record as he became the first singer to headline a gig at the legendary arena.

The artist had brought out the entire city of Los Angeles to hear him play at the 17,500-person capacity arena, and he’d hired American musicians Queen Naija and UMI to bring the house down alongside him.

He also brought out Wizkid and Poco Lee to provide a 5-star experience for the audience, which he plans to recreate at Madison Square Garden.

Rotterdam, Ahoy, Amsterdam

Burna Boy had lighted up the Dutch landmark arena on the 12th of April, 2022, with a capacity of 16, 426 people, and once again made an unforgettable mark as one of the top performers out of Africa alongside his band, The .

Barclays Center, Hamburg, Germany

On the 27th of November, Burna Boy had treated the 19,000 strong crowd at the Barclays Center in Hamburg, Germany to a show that proved that he is indeed the African Giant.

Accor Arena,

On the 10th of November, 2021, Burna Boy made himself known to every corner of the 20,300-seat arena, becoming the first African act to sell out the venue.

The celebrity then scored a brace on March 21, 2022, selling out the venue for the second time and providing Parisians with a mind-blowing dosage of his amazing artistry.

3Arena, Dublin

Burna Boy, like the Pied Piper of Hamelin, had made music enthusiasts in Ireland’s capital city, Dublin, turn out for a very memorable event at the 13,000 capacity 3Arena on the 17th of March, which is also the much-loved Irish holiday, St. Patrick’s Day.

Geneva Arena

Burna Boy had demonstrated why his verse on Dave’s Location remains one of the best cultural crossovers ever when the 9,500-strong crowd in Geneva, Dublin, stunned internet viewers by singing along to Burna’s stanza word for word.

The event took place on the 18th of March at the Geneva Arena, just a few days after the had given Parisians and Londoners a show to remember, as well as his Dublin fans.


Hovet Arena,

On November 6th, Burna Boy had taken the Swedish Arena by storm. It was a far-reaching night of beautiful music in Stockholm, the country’s capital, as Burna delighted the 8,000-plus throng with his performance.

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