Burna Boy has been awarded with a plaque for his soldout concert in UK

On October 7, Burna Boy gave a thrilling performance at his sold out concert at the Brixton Academy, O2 Arena in London.

Following the huge success of the concert, his first headline event at the Brixton Academy, O2 Arena, the Afro-fusion artiste has received an award from the Academy Music Group (AMG), the leading owner-operator of music venues in the United Kingdom.

Burna Boy received a plaque from AMG in recognition of his sold-out show on Sunday, 7th October. AMG congratulated the artiste on not just selling out the entire O2 (which holds 4,921 people at maximum capacity), but also putting on a brilliant and safe performance.

play The plaque presented to Burna Boy (BukiHq)
play Burna poses with members of the AMG at the presentation of the plaque (BukiHq)


The sold-out numbers were confirmed by Nielsen – a global measurement and data analytics company that provides the most complete and trusted statistics available for consumers and markets worldwide.

The concert at the O2 Academy was the fourth stop on Burna Boy’s ‘Life on the Outside UK’ tour, with the train set to move to Southampton, where he will be performing this weekend.

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