Multi-award winning comedian, TV host and entrepreneur Tee A is taking a dazzling team of super star singers and performers along with him, for the umpteenth edition of his concert series Tymeout With Tee A in the federal capital territory, Abuja.
Tee A who pioneered live stand-up comedy events in Nigeria with his hugely successful Live ‘N Naked series, has built the Tymeout brand, to become one of the biggest events in Nigeria’s entertainment calendar, holding regularly in Lagos, Abuja an London, with past headliners including icons 2face Idibia, D’Banj, and Ali Baba; as well as fan-favourites Wizkid, Basketmouth and Bovi.
And, he’s announced today, a star-studded list of this year’s performers warming up to shake Abuja to its foundation.
The Tymeout With Tee A Live Edition, Abuja concert will be headlined by a combo of bestselling singer Davido, and rap giant and one of Africa’s most decorated hip hop acts Ice Prince. The evergreen performer Daddy Showkey, will make an extended appearance, as well as Tee A himself who’s appearing as multiple personalities.
New school faves Skales and May D are also on the train, with many Abuja fans saying they can’t wait for the two rising stars.The Abuja concert will hold at the Congress Hall of the Transcorp Hilton on April 21.
Tymeout regulars Madam Princess and MC Abbey will also thrill guests in an evening of comedy, music, theatre and dance.
‘We’ve done Abuja over and over and the love is real. I can’t wait to do it again’ Tee A says.
The Tymeout Live series was created, according to Tee A, to take the famous TV show Tymeout With Tee A closer to audiences in different cities, while giving the show’s stars an opportunity to relax and interact with fans around the world.
‘It’s just like another edition of our TV show’, says Tee A. ‘Only this time, you’re watching live, not on TV. It’s a fantastic experience even I wouldn’t want to miss…’
‘And I can assure you that my friends Ice Prince, Davido, Daddy Showkey, Skales, May D, Princess, MC Abbey and many others are looking forward to bringing the fun to Abuja… The question is: can Abuja handle this?’