Filling the O2 Arena doesn’t scare me – Stonebwoy states

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Celebrated Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy, known privately as Livingstone Etse Satekla has disclosed that being challenged to fill the 22,000 capacity at the O2 Arena in London does not scare him at all.

The multi-award-winning artiste, known for hits like “Nominate” and “Activate,” expressed his views during a recent interview on Capecoast-based Property FM, emphasizing that with the right announcement and promotional strategy, packing the iconic venue is entirely achievable.

The renowned crooner believes that his music resonates with a global audience, and reaching the capacity of the O2 Arena, which holds 20,000 people, is within his grasp because he’s mounted stages and performed at bigger venues abroad.

“As for the O2 Arena it’s a venue that I’ve stepped there before and it’s not scary to fill but it’s just a matter of announcing and doing your promotion for people to come out in their numbers that’s all and it’ll happen,” he said.

“Just last two weeks my brother Davido invited me to perform at his show that’s like 20k capacity at the Madison Square Garden and I also performed at a reggae festival in Austin which is another 20k capacity. So when it comes to capacity we’ve performed a lot at such venues and I’ve even performed at the World Cup in Qatar which is 40k capacity including Summer Jam which is in the thousands of thousands,” he said.

“Even Ashaiman to the world has a big capacity so when it comes to capacity I’m not new to international platforms and I’ve been on some of the highest stages to ever be climbed. The O2 Arena has over 20k capacity if you remember two years ago Davido invited me on stage and it was beautiful to see people sing back my songs so filling the O2 Arena isn’t impossible at all,” he added

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