The show will be Burna Boy's first live concert since the outbreak of COVID 19
Superstar/Grammy award-winning singer, Burna Boy will take his craft to The O2, one of London’s biggest entertainment arena in August.
The singer will have a swell time with the UK opening up its public spaces after a year of lockdown. According to Punch news, in August, the Arena will be hosting some of the biggest and most anticipated shows, one of which is Burna Boy’s “Twice As Tall” concert.
Burna already sent a tweet regarding it to fans on Twitter, earlier this morning. “As part of our Welcome Back Shows, @burnaboy is heading to London playing his first headline show at The O2 on 27 August 2021.” The tweet read.
WE’RE OUTSIDE! https://t.co/spGI3foxg2— Burna Boy (@burnaboy) May 25, 2021
Notjustok reveals that the show will be Burna Boy's first live concert since the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus (COVID-19). It will also be the first leg of Burna Boy’s Space Drift Arena tour, as Punch revealed he will later proceed to Los Angeles in October, Paris, and Amsterdam in November for the rest of the tour.
Burna also made this known via his Twitter account on Tuesday, with a poster that read “Burna Boy Presents Space Drift Arena Tour”, alongside dates and cities for the shows.
Fans on social media are optimistic that not only will the music icon perform up to the standard expected of him, but he will also "shut down the 20,000 capacity arena."