Thousands of Nigerians took to Eko Atlantic, Lagos last night, to relax and enjoy the evening with good music, canapes and drinks at the Nigeria Beer Festival. The atmosphere was celebratory all through the night as consumers and fans enjoyed good music from a live band while sipping on a fine mix of Campari and beer.
Campari, the premium bitters liqueur brand, a major participant in the festival, played host to many, including brand ambassador, 2baba, Kelly Hansome, Acetune and their fans. Campari section of the Festival event was buzzing with excitement as fans celebrated with their favourite celebrities and enjoyed the best of Senator, a special blend of Campari and beer.
The highlight of the night was when 2baba got on stage to perform his hit song, Spiritual Healing with Civian, a female member of the band.
The maiden edition of Nigeria Beer Festival kicked off with a bang on the 25th of September, at the Eko atlantic City and it is expected to run through till the 1st of September to commensurate Nigeria’s independent day celebration.
Campari has also been rewarding Nigerians nationwide in its ‘Buy N Win’ campaign, where buyers of the product win prizes in raffle draws, and also get free tickets to the upcoming ‘Dare To Mix’ Festival, a celebration of the exciting blend of Campari plus beer, which comes up in Port-Harcourt, later this October.
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