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Ticket Type Ends Price Quantity

General Admission

Standing

Standing
6th Oct

£36.50

CANCELLED

Ends: 6th Oct

Block 6 Row R Seats 12-21

Seated, price includes postage

Seated, price includes postage
6th Oct

£36.50

CANCELLED

Ends: 6th Oct

Block 8 Row R Seats 44-53

Seated, price includes postage

Seated, price includes postage
6th Oct

£36.50

CANCELLED

Ends: 6th Oct

Block 5 Row L Seats 3-11

Seated, price includes postage

Seated, price includes postage
6th Oct

£46.50

CANCELLED

Ends: 6th Oct

Block 6 Row M Seats 12-26

Seated, price includes postage

Seated, price includes postage
6th Oct

£46.50

CANCELLED

Ends: 6th Oct

Block 8 Row M Seats 42-56

Seated, price includes postage

Seated, price includes postage
6th Oct

£46.50

CANCELLED

Ends: 6th Oct

Block 9 Row M Seats 57-67

Seated, price includes postage

Seated, price includes postage
6th Oct

£46.50

CANCELLED

Ends: 6th Oct

Block 1 Row F Seats 11-17

Seated, price includes postage

Seated, price includes postage
6th Oct

£71.50

CANCELLED

Ends: 6th Oct

Block 2 Row E Seats 18-35

Seated, price includes postage

Seated, price includes postage
6th Oct

£71.50

CANCELLED

Ends: 6th Oct

Block 3 Row E Seats 36-53

Seated, price includes postage

Seated, price includes postage
6th Oct

£71.50

CANCELLED

Ends: 6th Oct

Block 4 Row D Seats 54-60

Seated, price includes postage

Seated, price includes postage
6th Oct

£71.50

CANCELLED

Ends: 6th Oct

Restrictions:

  • Age: 14+
  • Last entry: 8:00pm
  • Dress code: Smart Casual
  • ID required: Yes
  • Shoe type: All
  • Other: Under 14's accompanied by Adult. Tickets for this event will be posted, failure to enter a full correct postal address will stop tickets being sent to you.
Olamide Live at O2 Academy Brixton in London

Event description

Olamide Adedeji, or Olamide Baddo to his fans, was born and raised in the Lagos suburb of Bariga. As one of the most promising and rising stars in the hip hop industry, it is widely accepted that he brought about cultural change in Nigeria, changing the perceptions and feeling towards rap music, with more and more people embracing both him and the genre. His style of blending beats and tunes is made more interesting by the use of his native tongue of Yoruba and English in his lyrics. Perhaps it's this that has helped him claim a collection of prestigious awards, like Rap Artist of the Year, Artist of the Year and Best Single and Album at various award ceremonies.

Inspired by the likes of Jay-Z, his debut album Rapsodi dropped in 2011 with the lead single 'Eni Duro' charting in Nigeria. His second album YBNL - which includes hit tracks 'First of All', 'Voice of the Street' and 'Ilefo Illuminati' - caught the attention of the international music industry, which led to collaborations with various artists and a string of award nominations.

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Venue

O2 Academy Brixton

211 Stockwell Road
Brixton
London SW9 9SL
United Kingdom

Organiser information

SMADE