Famous gears up to make history in the heart of London next summer with his sights set on the grandest stage of them all, the iconic O2 Arena. Unfortunately, it seems like O2 Arena is hotter than we all think. According to the singer, the whopping 20,000-seat capacity venue is fully booked for the next four years.
However, Famous knows that dreams don’t wait and he has a mission and a vision. The legendary singer has pronounced that instead of the O2 arena, his show will be hosted at the O2 Indigo, a slightly cozier spot within the O2 Arena, with a still-rocking capacity of 5,000 fans.
A confident Famous stated that he will follow his dream with or without a fanfare of support from his homeland. He mentioned those who believe in him and the few other entertainers that will join him to grace this event.
“It’s a must, the show will happen, whether I have Sierra Leoneans at my back or not, the show must go on, and I will be live in London next summer. The O2 arena is booked for the next four years, so I’m switching venues to the O2 Indingo,” Famous.
Recently, Famous has faced a lot of criticism from fans, and even from his fellow entertainers. Afro-pop king Innocent Kuti has once stated that Famous’ project O2 Arena is a “Premature Dream”. Some Fans have been badmouthing the event with many saying that Famous won’t sell out the London venue. However, Famous remains unshaken and undistracted, for him, it’s clear, the project O2 Arena will happen next summer.