Monday 22 October 2012

Nigerian Entertainment Industry’s Weekly Gig, E-Rave Starts November 1

Klick Promotions, a leading events and promotions company in partnership with Ruff Sounds and Nasville Entertainment are collaborating on a superlative weekly entertainment industry party series tagged ‘E-Rave’ (Entertainment Rave). The aim of the weekly gig is to keep the entertainment industry buzzing, connecting fans, lovers, friends and colleagues from different facets of the entertainment industry in a relaxed and very soothing ambience.
E-Rave is a weekly initiative aimed at hosting different popular special dignitaries like; musicians, actors, DJ’s and comedians in a serene and cozy environment.
The party is designed to be three hours non-stop merriment with different activities and programmes overlapping intermittently. Each event is intended to spotlight a particular celebrity from the music, movies or comedy sectors of the industry. Aside the command performance by the guest celebrity, there will be interview section, a brief documentary on the celebrity and performances by other music acts, comedians and dancers.

The first edition of E-Rave is hosting veteran performing act and founder of Trybe Records, eLDee The Don and all the acts on Trybe Records ranging from Eva, Sheyman, K9, Sojay, Aramide and Rukus. The event which will take place at the prestigious Rumors Club in Ikeja GRA will be hosted by popular comedian, Gbenga Adeyinka.
It must be noted that, in developed broadcast economies like the USA, the UK and South-Africa (to mention but a few), creativity and excellence amongst practicing professionals, is often times recognized and rewarded with the sole aim of encouraging the same practitioners in improving their vocational qualities and so on. This, we believe will serve as the catalyst that will dictate the pace of the imminent revolution in the fast-developing Nigerian entertainment industry, and will in turn, encourage the development of our entertainment world that will meet the needs and requirements of global corporate advertisers, and this, we hope will positively impact on the media in the near future.