Infusing the festive season with a thrilling blend of music and celebration, Coca-Cola is set to captivate audiences through landmark partnerships with Nigeria’s most high-profile concerts.
In a strategic move to resonate with the next-gen of Coke aficionados, Coca-Cola extends its sponsorship to the most trendsetting events in Nigeria, with music being the key point of interest.
Coke Studio, renowned forward pioneering innovation and collaboration in music, has left an irrefutable impact on the music scene over time.
Now, Coca-Cola escalates the festive spirit with its impressive sponsorship line-up, featuring none other than the eagerly awaited Flytime Rhythm Unplugged concert, commencing on the 21st of December. This event pledges to deliver a stunning spectacle, promising an unrivaled musical experience.
The concert series further impresses, with internationally acclaimed artists, Kizz Daniel, Davido and Asake, headlining the Flytime lineup on the 23rd, 24th of December, and Christmas Day respectively.
The festivities extend beyond this, with Palmwine Festival on the 23rd of December and the distinguished Nativeland concert on the 22nd, allowing party-goers to immerse in Coca-Cola’s vibrant celebration.
Also, “Even in the Day,” on the 23rd, promises daytime cheer, while Asake rings in the New Year on 1st January 2024, all proudly sponsored by Coca-Cola.”We are ecstatic to participate in this musical spectacle that encapsulates the December holiday spirit.
Music is a potent unifier, and through initiatives like Coke Studio and our series of sponsorships, we aim to facilitate joyous, unified moments especially during the festive season”, said Yusuf Murtala, Marketing Director, Coca-Cola Nigeria.
As the year concludes, Coca-Cola extends a warm invitation to music lovers and party enthusiasts to indulge in an unforgettable December.
With a line-up promising an exceptional showcase, these concerts are destined to craft the soundtrack of a memorable festive season.