Tiwa Savage to Perform at King Charles III’s Coronation in London
Written by maxfmeditor3 on May 3, 2023
Tiwa Savage receives invitation to perform at coronation ceremony of King Charles III
Nigerian music sensation, Tiwa Savage, has received a once-in-a-lifetime invitation to perform at the coronation of King Charles III, the British monarch.
Scheduled to hold at Westminster Abbey in London on May 6, 2023, the event marks the official ascension of King Charles III and his Queen Consort, Camilla, to the throne following the passing of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.
Tiwa Savage will join an impressive lineup of star-studded performers, including Steve Winwood, DJ Pete Tong, Lang Lang, Lucy, Paloma Faith, and Olly Murs, who will provide entertainment during the coronation concert and Big Lunch on May 7, 2023.
Tiwa’s invitation is a remarkable achievement, as she becomes the first Nigerian musician to receive this honour.
“We are excited to announce that Tiwa Savage will be performing at the coronation concert alongside other world-class musicians.
Tiwa Savage is an exceptional artiste with a unique blend of African and Western sounds.
We are confident that her performance will add colour and excitement to the event,” the statement read.
The coronation event will be a part of a festival that will feature a range of street parties across the UK and a volunteering campaign.
This will undoubtedly be a momentous occasion for Tiwa Savage, and her performance is sure to be a highlight of the event.
Tiwa Savage is one of Africa’s most popular and successful musicians, known for her unique sound that blends Afrobeat, R&B, and pop.
She has won numerous awards and nominations, including the MTV Africa Music Award for Best Female twice and was the first African female artist to sign a global deal with Universal Music Group.
This invitation to perform at King Charles III’s coronation is a significant milestone in Tiwa Savage’s career and further cements her status as one of Africa’s leading musicians.
We can’t wait to see her light up the stage and represent Nigeria on this historic occasion.
This achievement is no small feat for Tiwa Savage, who has had a successful music career spanning over a decade.
With several hit songs and collaborations with both local and international artists, Tiwa has established herself as one of Nigeria’s biggest music exports.
Her invitation to perform at King Charles III’s coronation is a testament to her hard work, talent, and the growing recognition of African music on the global stage.
Tiwa Savage expressed her gratitude saying, “I am deeply honored to be invited to perform at the coronation of King Charles III.Advertisement
This is a historic moment, and I am thrilled to be a part of it. I look forward to showcasing African music and culture on this global stage.”
The coronation festival, which will run from May 6 to May 7, 2023, is expected to draw guests from all over the world, including heads of state, dignitaries, and celebrities.
In addition to the coronation concert, there will be a Big Lunch event on Sunday, May 7, 2023, where Tiwa Savage and other performers will entertain guests at a street party.
Tiwa Savage’s invitation to perform at the coronation is not only a significant recognition for her but also a reflection of the growing impact of African music on the global stage.
African music has been gaining increased recognition in recent years, with the rise of Afrobeat and the increasing popularity of artists like Burna Boy, Wizkid, and Davido.
This is not the first time Tiwa Savage will be making history.
In 2018, she became the first female African artist to win the Best African Act award at the MTV Europe Music Awards.
Tiwa Savage’s coronation performance is set to be a memorable one, and she is poised to leave a lasting impression on the audience with her unique blend of African and Western sounds.
As the world eagerly awaits King Charles III’s coronation, Tiwa Savage’s inclusion in the star-studded lineup of performers is a testament to the growing recognition of African music and culture on the global stage.
It is a proud moment for Nigeria and the entire African continent.