American Diva, Chante Moore, Arrives Lagos For Light Up 2015
Chief Executive Officer of the Red Ribbon Limited, organisers of the event, Mr Tunde Shofowora, while confirming her arrival, noted that the news of her arrival is already generating lots of excitement, as this is the first time the R&B & Jazz singer, songwriter and actress will be visiting the country.
Chante Moore is performing alongside other international renowned gospel singers such as Frank Edward, Buchi, Mike Aremu and multi-talented rapper and singer, TB1. The event, which holds tomorrow at the Landmark Event Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, will also be bringing back on stage, Nigeria’s diva and Elegant Stallion, Lady Onyeka Onwenu.
Some of the highlights of this edition include, a special art show by some leading Nigerian contemporary art exhibitors such as, Dr. Tony Marinho; grand cocktail/classical quartet and a red carpet to be anchored this year by the photo artist, Kelechi Amadi Obi.
According to Shofowora, lovers of art and music all over the country will have a great opportunity to see, appreciate and make purchases of some of the new works done by Marinho and good music by these international renowned gospel singers.
“We will also be having the pleasure of the wives of the Governors of Lagos and Ogun states to officially handle the “Light Up Moment” during the event,” Shofowora said.
Light Up has been created by Red Ribbon Limited to help deliver value and provide memorable experiences that connect brands to the emotions of their consumers.
It’s a special night of songs, dance-drama, orchestra, choreography and light comedy, featuring some renowned African and international inspirational singers, and artistes.
Being the first Christmas-themed concert in the year and specially packaged to entertain the business minded, Light Up has been branded as a Night of Glamour, Exquisite Wines, Gourmet Cuisine and Aficionados.
The first edition, which held November 30, 2014, featured artists such as, Cobhams, Sinach, Frank Edwards, Buchi, Lara George, with special guest performances by South African Viwe Nikita and the MUSON Orchestra.