FEMI KOYA BECOMES THE FIRST NIGERIAN ARTISTE TO SHUTDOWN THE PARK ACOUSTICS

FEMI KOYA BECOMES THE FIRST NIGERIAN ARTISTE TO SHUTDOWN THE PARK ACOUSTICS

Park Acoustics is a monthly outdoor live music concert that takes place in the unique venue that is Fort Schanskop, Pretoria. On the first Sunday of each month, hundreds of people gather at the foot of Schanskop hill, ready to embark on the 5-minute bus trip to the top. Once inside the fort the atmosphere changes from inviting to intimate as great acoustics and friendly people greet you on your descent.

Park Acoustics concerts are cozy and relaxed, allowing the crowd to develop a personal connection with the talented musicians on stage.

What makes Park Acoustics unique is the fact that you have a 360-degree view of Pretoria, Centurion, and Johannesburg in the distance! We also boast the best sunsets in Pretoria, so do stay for that magical time of day when we all have sundowners on the hill.

Femi Koya shared the stage with Grassy Spark, Shortstraw, Hellcats, Pollinator, Popartlive, ToyToy Sound System and many more.

It was indeed a day of spectacular performance as Nigerian superstar Femi Koya took the stage to entertain the audience with a performance of his hit songs.

Its no doubt, Femi Koya is one of the biggest Nigerian artistes in Africa right now.

 

Photography: Henry E Photography

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