Renowned international locations that Wizkid sold out

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Renowned international locations that Wizkid sold out
Renowned international locations that Wizkid sold out

These are the Top International Locations where Wizkid sold out and shut down.

Big Wiz or Starboy as many fans call him knows how to not only sell out any location but properly shut it down with electrifying performances.

Wizkid recently add another iconic location to his huge resume of sold-out venues he has shut down and this prompted to down memory lane on the top locations the singer has shut down globally.


Royal Albert Hall

Renowned international locations that Wizkid sold out
Wizkid at the Royal Al

The Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall on the northern edge of South Kensington, London. It is one of the United Kingdom’ most treasured and distinctive buildings.

The hall can seat 5,272 people. Since the hall’ opening by Queen Victoria in 1871, the world’ leading artistes from many genres have appeared on its stage.

Wizkid made international news in 2017 when he became the first Afrobeat musician to headline a sold-out event in London’ Albert Hall.

Wizkid shut it down through his one-hour set, starting the night with songs from when he was with EME to his rise as Africa’ number one artist. He also brought Wande Coal out to share the moment with him.

Skyway Theatre

Renowned international locations that Wizkid sold out

The Baba Nla star also sold out the Skyway Theatre in Minnesota, on October 6, 2018. He is the first African artist to sell out the theatre.

Due to this feat, he was rewarded with a day set aside to celebrate him, called Wizkid Day.

O2 arena

Wizkid at the O2 arena

The O2 Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena in the centre of The O2 entertainment complex on the Greenwich Peninsula in southeast London.

At 20,000 seating, it has the second-highest seating capacity of any indoor venue in the United Kingdom, behind the Manchester Arena, and as of 2020, the O2 Arena was still the busiest music arena in the world in terms of ticket sales.

Wizkid made history by the first musician from Africa to sell out the O2 Arena more than twice, first at the AfroRepublik event there in 2018 and then at the Starboy Fest there in 2019. However, his most memorable at the O2 occurred in 2021, when he sold out his three-day tickets in a matter of minutes.

Accor Arena, Paris

Renowned international locations that Wizkid sold out

In September 2022, Wizkid sold out the 20,000-capacity Accor Arena for his Made In Lagos’ concert.

Fans were stunned when they discovered that Kylian Mbappe, PSG teammate Hakimi, Popcaan, and a rumoured appearance by Twitter former CEO Jack Dorsey, had attended the sold-out ‘Made In Lagos’ concert France stop.

Mbappe had been recorded by a fan who had also attended the historical concert with Popcaan, and rumoured Jack Dorsey all backstage with Big Wiz himself.


Madison Square Garden

Recently, Wizkid sold-out New York’ largest indoor arena, Madison Square Garden. Big Wiz, assisted by his right-hand man DJ Tunez thrilled the crowd with exciting tunes from his rich catalog, stretching from old to new.

The music star delivered a live rendition of some of his hit songs — mostly from his fifth album titled ‘More Love, Less Ego’.

The ‘Fever’ crooner had earlier shared several showing off the sold-out status of the 20,000-capacity venue.

The singer now joins the likes of Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Adele, Rihanna, Jay-Z, Justin Bieber, and Mariah Carey who have sold out the famous arena.

Wizkid also becomes the second Nigerian singer to headline a concert at the venue after Burna Boy achieved the feat in April.

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