Lagos at 50 celebrations continue with the Lagos Dance Exhibition #LDX2017

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Contrary to the information that the Lagos at 50 celebrations have come to an end, Lagos State remains in a celebratory mode throughout the year 2017, and this is evident in the upcoming event; The Lagos Dance Exhibition; this is undoubtedly the biggest dance show of 2017, where the A-list Choreographers and dancers in Nigeria, will be converging to celebrate Lagos.

This spectacular event will feature breath-taking performances in different styles and genres, put together by renowned choreographers such as Bimbo Obafunwa, Wale ‘rubber’, Lovette Otegbola, Victor Phullu, Gbenga Yusuf, Frank Knowea, Captain Quest, Lilian Yeri, Qudus Onikeku, Sani, Ijodee, amongst a Plethora of Others.

This unique exhibition will also feature the renowned Nobel Laureate Professor Wole Soyinka, as well as other actors, such as Debbie Ohiri, and William Benson.

According to the Artistic and Creative Directors, Bimbo Obafunwa and Wale rubber, the all-star dancers, and choreographers will be choreographing and performing pieces that tell different but connected stories about the great city of Lagos, and there will be showcase performances going on all around the Terra Kulture Facility from midday APART FROM the TWO showings of the exhibition at 3pm and 6pm, these unprecedented and epic exhibition will feature dance pieces chronicling different aspects of the fantastic city of Lagos. And they aptly titled it, THE LAGOS DANCE EXHIBITION, or LDX. And you guessed right, it will be going down at the TERRA KULTURE ARENA on Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, on the 17th of June 2017. Exhibition starts at 3pm and 6pm.

Dance has bloomed and blossomed exponentially over the last decade, and the Lagos State Government has graciously added an exhibition of the finest Lagos has to offer to the festivities surrounding LAGOS AT 50! LDX is powered by the Lagos State Government, produced by Corporate Dance World, and supported by SPAN Nigeria, and Terra Kulture.

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