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The Weekend Thermometer 04.08.17By Olaide Banjo on August 4, 2017

We’re back guys. It’s been such a long week, happy new month btw. So let’s get into the business of the weekend. The Weekend Thermometer is back with the most exciting events this weekend just for you, the best people. Enjoy!


It’s such a subtle way of having so much fun on a Friday at the end of the week. Magna Mystique is having a wine tasting session, trying to give the customers the best at all times.
Venue: Jamo Afrique, Victoria Island, Lagos
Date: 4th August, 2017
Time: 8PM- 10PM
Ticket Price: ₦1,000

IMG_7348.JPGIt’s been 20 years since the passing of legend, Fela Anikulapo Kuti and it’s a big celebration in his honour. There’s going to be a live concert and fashion show by some of your favorite celebrities- Niniola, Don Jazzy, Reminisce, CDQ and more – this Friday so you better turn up!
Venue: New Afrika Shrine, Ikeja, Lagos
Date: 4th August, 2017
Time: 7PM
Ticket Price: Free

vellvett.pngVellvett Grill & Lounge is back today with DJ Java and DJ Dotwine with hits back to back with a cosy lounge ambience. Don’t miss out!
Venue: Vellvett Grill & Lounge, Victoria Island, Lagos
Date: 4th August, 2017
Time: 9PM
Ticket Price: Free

FullSizeRender (2).jpgThis is a musical festival bringing all young lovers of music, arts, poetry and promoting up and coming promising acts – FamousBobson, Odunsi the Engine, WavytheCreator, Tomi Thomas, Dami Oniru, Zamir and many more – as well as supporting young art entrepreneurs who offer their poetry, books and more and IDP Camps in the northern Nigeria. It’s a nice way to have fun and support creatives in Nigeria.
Venue: Muri Okunola Park, Victoria Island, Lagos
Date: 5th August, 2017
Time: 12PM- 9PM
Ticket Price: ₦2,500

FullSizeRender (4).jpgIt’s a 2-day camping experience right here in Lagos. A new way of enjoying the weekend. With new people and personalities, sure looks like there will be a lot of fun. Proudly brought to you by IrinajoNG who offer the best tourism/adventure deals in Nigeria. They are known to have led tours to exciting places like Ikogosi Waterfall, Kajuru Castle, Ouidah, Takwa Bay and many other attractive destinations.
Venue: Ilashe Beach, Lagos
Date: 5th & 6th August, 2017
Time: 10AM 
Ticket Price: ₦26,000

FullSizeRender (3).jpgA 2-week exhibition exploring the artworks of a very talented multidisciplinary artist, Sadiq Ajibola Williams in collaboration with Poedio Productions.
Venue: Revolving Art Incubator, Victoria Island, Lagos
Date: 5th – 19th August, 2017
Time: 12PM- 8PM
Ticket Price: Free

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Live band performances by some of your favorite celebrities. Enjoy original breathtaking renditions and rhythms from the likes of MI, Adekunle Gold, Niniola and many more. It’s this weekend’s music event!
Venue: Eko Convention Centre, Lagos
Date: 5th August, 2017
Time: 7PM
Ticket Price: ₦5,000 – ₦500,000

clay.jpgExhibiting clay works, designs and styles of seven incredible artists – May Okafor, Ato Arinze, Chris Klay Ekuafeh, Sheriff Ojekunle, Nathalie Djakou Kassi, Chinenye Emelogu & Afam Okwudili and their creativity. Exhibition runs through till the 17th August so you should definitely check it out.
Venue: The M Gallery, Moorehouse Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos
Date: 5th August – 17th 2017
Time: 4PM
Ticket Price: Free

hearword.jpg.pngThe stage play is a collection of monologues which talks about Nigerian women’s real life situations, directed by Ifeoma Fafunwa featuring some leading Nigerian actresses like Debbie Ohiri, Joke Silva, Ufuoma McDermott, Bimbo Akintola and many more. It’s a must see.
Venue: Agip Hall, MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos
Date: 5th & 6th August, 2017
Time: 2PM & 7PM
Ticket Price: ₦5,000 – ₦10,000

FullSizeRender.jpgIn remembrance of a Nollywood legend, Glitz Entertainment is bringing to you the Diary of Mimicko, showing the growth and life of the late Sam Loco-Efe. It’s a good way to honor one who was a blessing to the industry.
Venue: Glitz Events Center, Lekki, Lagos
Date: 6th August, 2017
Time: 5PM
Ticket Price: ₦5,000

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