A year ago, Wizkid became the first African to headline a concert at one of the largest and most prestigious venues in the UK, The O2Arena.

While several world superstars have had the chance to headline a show at the arena, 2018 was the yearWizKid broke the record for Africans. Pacesetter level

In 2019, Davido is seeking to achieve the same feat. He has called up the acts associated with his label imprint,Mayorkun, Dremo, Idowest and others as supporting acts for the big day.

But question is

Will He Fill Up The 02?

Will He Sell Out The Spaces At The Venue?

One key ingredient of a successful show is when the event is tagged a “Sold Out Show” meaning the artiste has pulled all resources in ensuring people turn up for his show and to a large extent, it is a thing of popularity and fame for such artiste.

4 Days To Go But No Sold Out News Yet

Looking at the ticket website for the Davido’s concerton Sunday, hundreds of seats are still left unsold and smirks concerns if there will be a full house at O2 Arena on Sunday.

Davido has been that confident artiste who always want to get things done. Perhaps the reason he wanted a bigger venue than the smaller O2 Brixton he sold out last year.

With time ticking away fast, and just 4 days to the event

Will Davido Sell Out The O2 Arena To Join The Likes Of Wizkid, Drake, Beyonce, Rihanna?

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