Lagos Prepares to Dazzle at Inaugural Entertainment Week

The entertainment world is headed to the heart of Lagos this week for a spectacular gathering of Nigeria's most creative minds in film, music, media and more.

Kicking off the excitement is the Honourable Minister of Art, Culture & the Creative Economy Hannatu Musawa, who will grace the opening ceremony of Entertainment Week Lagos (EWLagos) on Thursday, December 14th at Livespot Entertarium. She joins a high-profile array of panelists to discuss the theme “Mining Nigeria's Creative Goldmine” a fitting topic to dissect how Nigeria can unlock its rich potential across arts, culture and entertainment.

EWLagos promises a week of sheer inspiration. Beyond thought-provoking discourse, attendees can network with industry pacesetters, forge meaningful partnerships, and experience firsthand the incredible talent that resides within Africa's cultural capital. From movie premieres to afro beats concerts, gallery showcases to standup comedy acts - Lagos is ready to dazzle!

The city has long pulsated as Nigeria's hub for pioneering entertainment, its resilient creators overcoming challenges to put Nigerian culture on the global map. EWLagos now provides the perfect platform to consolidate those homegrown gains under ambitious visions from both public and private stakeholders.

As Hannatu Musawa will surely emphasise, the time is now to transform national creativity into social and economic change. The stage is set for Lagos to wear its finest cultural garb this week. With eyes across Africa and beyond at rapt attention, the message is clear: Nigeria is open for blockbuster business