The O2 Arena Will Host My Upcoming Performance In The UK.

In order to accommodate the enormous number of fans that attended his most recent performance, Ghanaian rapper Medikal has announced that he will be doing his next UK event at the O2 Arena.

On May 3, 2024, Medikal held an Indigo O2 event that was a huge success and included performances by well-known artists like Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, Bisa Kdei, Malcolm Nuna, and Jay Bhad.

When Medikal appeared on United Showbiz, he talked candidly about the surprise attendance at the concert and the lessons he learned for upcoming performances.

He said that because of the hype and publicity around the performance, he anticipated a large crowd, but he did not anticipate an overflow of supporters at the 2,700-seat arena.

He went on to say that he had learned his lesson and would try to obtain a larger location to suit his following.

“It was only fitting that a large number of people attend given the amount of effort and publicity we put into the event.

However, I’ve learned my lesson and will choose a larger location the next time I perform in the UK because I wasn’t prepared for the enormous turnout. People were stranded outdoors since the interior was already crowded, he said.

In response to a question concerning the next potential location for a future UK performance, Medikal suggested that the 20,000-seat O2 Arena might be reserved in order to guarantee enough room for supporters.

“The O2 Arena, because we want a very big space so a lot of people can attend and see the performances,” he said.

Additionally, Medikal provided an explanation for the concert’s disproportionately late start time, saying that many attendees arrived later than anticipated.

He went on to say that in order to keep his word with the facility management, he had to fit performances into the limited amount of time available.

“They couldn’t come on time, that was the main problem, and I don’t blame them because many of them had to go to work, and by the time they closed and got ready to get to the venue, it wasn’t favourable,” he stated.

“I had an arrangement with the facility administrators that we would terminate the event at exactly 11 p.m. He said, “I couldn’t afford to pay over £300,000 in fines if it had continued past 11 p.m.

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