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Thursday, March 31, 2011

Buy Your Fela! Tickets Now!!!

To buy tickets, call these numbers - 07052985326, 08082295406.
Or purchase your tickets online at Felainlagos.com
You can also get all the info you need about the Broadway play at the website.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

smh! I am d same anon if u remember d first post u did on FELA coming to Nigeria and I said y will Nigerians go purchase it and y did d tour nt start from Nigeria first! I am back and my point stillremains d same...Y in d worl will nigerians act now like dey liked or accepted what he did, and wat is there to watch in a FELA play?? oh wait! becos Jay-Z and Will Smith reproduced it abi?? I swear Nigerians that buy ticket to dis are dundees and y not take ur stupid asses over to his shrine in Ikeja! And by d way i love Fela am just against d whole notion dat nigerians will come and accept it now becos Jay and Will produced it....bwahahahahaha

Alicia says... said...

dont worry, you will see Nigerians putting on their best and forming when this show rolls around. SMH.

Blog Witch! said...

In as much as i dont sopport recolonisation. can Nigerians be positive? you seat your asses abroad yet complain about what is happening back home. If this act will take Nigerians to realise fela's greateness then let it be. you guys are so negative and that is why you live false lives abroad. @Alicia i am wearing my best there if you care to know. i am sure you guys can not even afford it to start with. When it aired in Ameria people went on about it so why will it be different in Nigeria. lets not come accros as negative people all the time. Besides take a look at the stage and it is the first well planned show with seat views available. please get a life and come back if you guys are frustrated. mschewwwwwww

Alicia says.... said...

@ Blog Witch....
i know how Nigerians are when anything foreign arrives. yes they will be bragging that Fela is one of our own, but why are they making money off of us? why couldn't Nigerians put their heads together to think of this first? now you have the illuminati likes of Beyonce and Jay-Z etc.... making money off of us. and especially when foreign artists go to perform in Nigeria (i.e. Rick Ross) Nigerians will start forming and putting on their BEST just to attend a concert? people usually wear some nice jeans and a nice shirt, but still keep it casual. i saw people with short short dresses, 5-inch heels, etc. how the hell do you expect to feel the music wearing that? its anytime someone foreign comes to Nigeria, that Nigerians start forming. but if it were P-Square or even Banky W, would you see anyone going the extra mile?
and thats the point with my initial comment.
and i think its extremely sad that we didn't think of it first, nor is there any Nigerian in the show at all! FOOD FOR THOUGHT.

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