Stars Storm London for Nottinghill Carnival

This year’s edition of the Nottinghill carnival is themed ‘Getting close-up to our motherland’ with the intent to project the best of Nigeria to the rest of the world hence the decision to include several Nollywood stars and dozens of Nigerian musicians who

will serenade the guests will 100 percent home-made music.


Sodium Brand Solutions, organisers of the Nigerian corner revealed ‘Nigeria@50 dinner part is part of activities to mark this year’s celebration and major stars from Nollywood would be in London to grace the occasion”.

The party is being packaged to bring outstanding Nigerians in the UK together and celebrate their achievements including Tunde Bayewu of the music group light house family, songstress Sade Adu, international celebrity designer-Alexander Amosu and Nigeria British born artist Yinka Shonibare.


Last year the official Nigerian corner at the Nottinghill carnival was on Adela Street Kensal Street in London and with a recorded attendance of over 2 million tourists from different countries of the world.

Notthinghill Carnival is the second largest street carnival in the world. The carnival started in the UK as a Afro-Caribbean festival in 1965 and it has continually held annualy in the city of London since.

In 2007, there was no meeting point for Nigerian revelers at the Notthinghill Carnival in London. The first Nigerian corner debuted on August 31, 2009

Last year’s edition featured the likes of DJ Jimmy JATT, El Dee D Don, Gbenga Adeyinka, Ayo Animashaun, Kenny Ogungbe, Dayo Adeneye, Ayo Shonaiya, DJ Abass and several others on Adela Street off Kensal road end. This year, Banky W is billed to perform.

This year’s Nigerian corner is organised by Reve Entertainment and Sodium Brand Solution, and Supported by NET, Primetime Entertainment, BlackHouse Media, Digiprint and Hip-hop world Magazine

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