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Burna Boy Makes History at the State Farm Arena!

Burna Boy
Image: Terence RUSHin

Burna Boy made history with the finale of his ‘Love, Damini’ Summer 2022 Tour in Atlanta, United States.

Shortly after his record-setting, sold-out debut concert at the Madison Square Garden, the Grammy-award-winning Nigerian Afrofusion artiste has just sold out the 21,000-capacity State Farm Arena with a remarkable performance. This makes him the first Nigerian and African artiste to sell out the State Farm Arena.

Burna Boy
Image: Terence RUSHin

To confirm the news, the official State Farm Arena Twitter account shared a post on Monday, August 1, 2022, saying:

“Official: @burnaboy is SOLD OUT”

This is not the first time the African Giant has sold out an arena. Prior to this, he sold out the 17,500-capacity Hollywood bowl, the 19,300-capacity Toyota Center and the 19,812-capacity Madison Square Garden.

Burna Boy thrilled his fans and had them dancing along to songs like Anybody, Location, On the Low, Kilometer, Its Plenty, Dangote, For My Hand, and many other classics.

Watch highlights of the performance below :


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