Fuji Vibrations Returns This December

L-R: Tosin Ashafa (EP); Bobo Omotayo (Creator); Papa Omotayo (EP) at Fuji Vibrations 2021


  • A season of Aso-ebi for Fuji Custodians

The highly anticipated annual Fuji Vibrations concert is back, bigger and better than ever! Fuji Vibration 2023, with the theme “The Influence of the Genre on Popular Culture,” will rouse Lagosians from lethargy with an unforgettable experience of music, food and great companionship.

As expected, the Fuji fans and custodians of this music culture will make their Aso-ebi the envy of fun seekers as they’ve done each season.

This year’s headliners include K1 De Ultimate, Abass Obesere, Alabi Pasuma, Saheed Osupa, KS1 Malaika, Sulaimon Adio Atawewe, and SK Sensation. As is customary, Fuji Vibrations also supports emerging talents from across Nigeria; this year’s showcase artists include Alhaji Musibau Alani, Simple Sheriff Ayinde, and Lion Fuji.


Fuji Vibration has become a cultural phenomenon, celebrating the rich history of Fuji music and its enthralling influence on popular culture. This year’s event, scheduled for December 7th at Muri Okunola Park, promises to be a historic celebration of this iconic genre.

The theme for this year, “The Influence of the Genre on Popular Culture,” allows music fans to look at how Fuji has transcended boundaries and generations, leaving an indelible mark on the world. This event will examine the impact of Fuji music on fashion, language, dance, and other aspects of global culture.


In 2022, FUJI Vibrations entertained over 3,000 people at Muri Okunola Park with a fantastic line-up of emerging and established FUJI artistes such as Agbawo FUJI, Yeye Eniba, Omo Aje Wasiu, SK Sensation, Taye Currency, Sefiu Alao, KS1 Malaika, Saheed Osupa, and K1 De Ultimate.

The platform expanded its reach to the United Kingdom in August 2023, hosting an enthralling event at The Africa Centre in London. This included a Pop-Up Exhibition, VIP Preview Opening, and a Live Music Showcase, all of which were attended by dignitaries such as Ambassador Sarafa Tunji Ishola and Honourable Abike Dabiri-Erewa.


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