Are you looking for events to attend this weekend? This is the first weekend and the start of December. If you would like to begin this month with a bang and celebrate yourself for how hard you have worked this year, this might be your chance.
This weekend, we have places for you to be and events for you to attend, from parties to clubs, art galleries, and many more.
You can choose from any of these events and wear your best dresses as you party the month’s stress away.
Here are the events to attend this weekend in Lagos you don’t want to miss
- Amapiano District
Dance into the new month as you bust those moves at the Amapiano District dancefloor. With several DJs in attendance, ready to play those trending and notable hits at the venue, you can guarantee a wonderful time. It starts at 8 p.m. at The Good Beach. You can get your tickets here.
- Party Like It’s “99
How about an event to make you groove like you did before in the late 1900s? Party Like It’s “99 is a chance for you to relive the old days again. This is one event to attend for anyone who loved music released in the 90s. The event’s location is at the FreeMe Space, Lekki.
- South Socials
Chiby Verse welcomes you to attend South Socials at Moist Beach on December 1. South Socials is one of the glorified partying events in Lagos, and rightfully so. Detty December is upon us, and what’s the best way to celebrate this new month other than an event to attend where you let loose and just be yourself?
- Alumni Games Night
Did you leave things unsaid after graduation from university? Happening on Saturday 2, here is your chance to reconnect with your schoolmates and network as you discuss life since uni. Alumni Games Night promises many outdoor activities, and with a ticket fee of ₦7,500, you can partake in this event.
- Rhythm & Roots
Rhythm & Roots is back again this week on December 2, and it only gets better as Nigerian music star Teni The Entertainer graces the stage along with other performers at Sol by Boxmall. Rhythm & Roots is an event you don’t want to miss this weekend. Who says “no” to an evening filled with fun and adrenaline after working for the past 11 months?
Are you one for the calm theatres? From December 2 to 10, you can watch Waterside at Agip Recital Hall, Muson Centre. You know it’s a good movie when it wins Golden Calf Best Digital Cultural Production at the Nederlands Film Festival. Tickets are priced from ₦10,000 to ₦30,000 depending on whatever package you desire.
- The Madness That Cures My Land
Live performances are said to be the peak of acting skills, and Ola Awakan invited you to watch the performance of The Madness That Cures My Land at Amphitheatre, Freedom Park, on December 3. Tickets are sold for ₦3,000.
Ayomitide Adeyinka is a content writer, crypto journalist and editor with a Bsc in Political Science. He is also an egalitarian.