“I Have No Fear Of Packing The O2 Arena,” Said Stonebwoy.

Musician Stonebwoy from Ghana has stated that he is confident he can draw a full house at London’s O2 Arena, which has 22,000 seats.

Stonebwoy underlined that filling large venues like the O2 Arena requires effective promotion. He claims that part of his experience is giving performances at even bigger locations across the globe.

In an interview with Property FM in Cape Coast, he said, “It’s not a daunting task for me to step into the O2 Arena; it’s all about setting the date and promoting the event effectively to ensure a large turnout.”

He went on, “A few weeks ago, I went to Madison Square Garden to see Davido perform. The venue can hold 20,000 people. I also performed in a similarly sized venue at an Austin reggae event.”

“With performances at venues like the World Cup stadium in Qatar, which holds 40,000, and Summer Jam, which draws massive crowds, I’m well-versed in handling large-scale events,” he said.

In order to demonstrate his comfort working with sizable crowds, Stonebwoy also brought up his hometown event, “Ashaiman to the World,” which is well-known for its high attendance.

Filling the O2 Arena isn’t impossible at all, he assured the presenter. “Even the O2 Arena has over 20k capacity if you remember two years ago Davido invited me on stage and it was beautiful to see people sing back my songs.”

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