#RoundAboutTown With Henri Yire

We made it!
2020 is here.

Many thanks to all those who followed me week after week and experienced a piece of the city, through its line-up of amazing events.

You’re loyal.

Yeah, we know that January isn’t really event season in Lagos but we still have a few gigs worth checking out.

So here’s this weekends line-up.

Small but Savage.


The new year is off to a great start as the Biggest All White Party to ever hit the City of Lagos is Coming!

Premium Cognac powerhouse, Martell presents the first party of 2020, the biggest all-white party to ever hit the city of Lagos; #Rendezvous with Martell.

Scheduled to hold on Sunday, January 5th, 2019 at Skyfall, #Rendezvous with Martell is set to create an experience that will not be forgotten anytime soon in a never-before-seen beach affair.


My first show in Lagos, Nigeria and couldn’t ask for a better group of individuals to be working with. Tell a friend to tell a friend, we’re doing this for the creatives, free spirits and lovers of african electronic dance music.

Location: Bolivar Bar

Loyalty is rare and strength to stand against all odds is a quality few poses,to believe in something so true and unique that nothing can take you off the path is determination,all these mixed with beauty and elegance are the qualities of the Kalakuta Queens,whom despite all odds choose to believe in and stand with Fela the man they chose. We are telling the story many have ignored, we are telling you of their strength,resilience in the face of adversity, their trendsetting style, their dance and their true beauty. Live @terrakulture,we are bringing you the first story of the Queens. Get your tickets and come witness something iconic.The untold story of the 27 Brave Queens that stood by the Kalakuta Republic regardless of individual differences.
Don’t miss this pulsating and historic masterpiece!
Showing December 14, 15, 21, 22, 26, 28, 29th December, 1, 4 and 5th of January 2020.
Venue: Terra Kulture Arena V.I
Showtime: 3pm and 7pm
For tickets click www.terrakulture.com/tickets

A Death Café is a group directed discussion on death and dying with no agenda, objectives or themes. The objective is ‘to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their finite lives.’

Time: 4:00PM – 6:00PM
Date: 5th January 2020

Fee: Open to All

Location: Ethnic Heritage Center, 35 Raymond Njoku Street off Awolowo Road, Ikoyi.

That’s it guys.

Have a hype-filled weekend!

See you around.

-Henri Yire

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