Grammy Award winner WizKid announces show at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London - how to get tickets

WizKid joins Red Hot Chilli Peppers in having a concert at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with the likes of Lady Gaga performing there in 2022

Grammy Award winner WizKid has announced a London tour date that is set to take place this summer. This follows on from his after his historic three-date sold-out run at the O2 Arena in 2021.

Over the last few years, WizKid has established himself as a household name in the music industry. Back in 2016 and alongside Kyla, Wizkid featured on Drake’s ‘One Dance’, a song that has racked up over 2.5 billion streams on Spotify.

WizKid began his career in music at just 11 years old in Lagos, Nigeria. His first record, Lil Prinz, was recorded in 2001 in collaboration with Glorious Five. Since then, he has become a global phenomenon.

The show in London comes in support of his fifth studio album named ‘More Love, Less Ego’. This is his first studio album since ‘Made in Lagos’ in 2020 and only his second since ‘Sounds From The Other Side’ in 2017.

WizKid reached a major career milestone in 2020 with his Grammy-nominated album Made in Lagos, which has over a billion streams to its name. The album reached number one on the Billboard World Albums chart and marked his first top UK top 20.

His global hit single “Essence” featuring Tems spent 21 weeks in the Official Charts, peaking at 16, and achieved RIAA-certified 2x Platinum status.

When is Wizkid performing in London?

WizKid will be performing his new hits at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday, July 29 2023.

How to get tickets to see WizKid in London

Tickets to see WizKid in London are not currently on sale just yet. Tickets will first go on presale via Live Nation on Thursday, January 26 at 10am. Then, tickets will go on general sale on Friday, January 27 at 10am through Live Nation.

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