UK’s Largest Afro-Gospel Festival
Popular international live music & DJ venue XOYO in the heart of trendy Shoreditch has been confirmed for this year’s Solos London on Saturday 21st October. UK’s largest urban Gospel music festival Solos London attracts a young and diverse trend conscious Christian audience perfectly suited to XOYO.
Nigerian-born Gospel music sensation Marizu and Canadian-based artist Kojo Dave will be performing their first UK concert respectively at Solos London. UK’s own Gospel songstress Naffymar will also be taking to the stage with her smooth beats and vocals. Solos London presents the best Afrocentric sounds in Nu Gospel with a blend of rnb, hip hop, soul, pop, afrobeats & amapiano. With this year’s Solos now near to being sold out expect an unforgettable night of live music of the best contemporary Afro-Gospel sounds. Remaining tickets available for a limited time only.
Six years strong, Friendszone Live proudly presents Solos London – a vibrant urban gospel celebration. With faith and AfroGospel rhythms, we uplift and amplify, united with kindred platforms. Illuminating hearts, we spread the rhythm of faith across the UK, because the gospel changes everything.Emmanuel Farinu, founder
Last year’s sell out Solos London at Clapham Grand was even featured on BBC1 Sunday Morning Live. Always ahead of the curve, Solos London is known for an artist lineup with the best emerging talent to watch. Organisers Friendzone Live have been hosting live music events since 2015 featuring names such as Calledout, Happi, AEO, Keys the Prince, Asha Elia, Fasina and Marizu among previous performers.
The inspiration for Solos London is: ‘How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them?’ (Romans 10:14 NIV) Solos London aims to present the gospel in a way that is accessible and relevant. Current artists’ worship inspired music and lyrics speak directly to the hearts of a generation. It is no coincidence that Solos London has become the largest Afro-Gospel music event in the UK today.
Written by: David Williams