THE CELEBRITIES CULTURAL DAY 2009 BERTHS
The Celebrities Cultural Day is an event packaged by At2 Event & Entertainment, with the sole aim of bringing back thee rich cultural values using the renowned personalities in Nigeria as tools. This one of its kind event which objective is to celebrate individual cultural heritage of our celebrities in all ramification ranging from music, media, sport, movie etc all of these our celebrities are expected to attend this event dressed in their traditional attire based on where they are from. “This event would be a yearly event, with its maiden edition, set to hold in the month of September at the Oceanview Restaurant with it lots of fun in place to surprise all and sundry.” One of the coordinator informed this office.
This event, would parade most of our celebrities, as the theme implies so as to help we Nigerians to be perceived in a different light all over the world, using our cultural heritage as a tool and to also help in the ongoing re-branding process Nigeria just embarked on.
There would be live performances from both old and young artistes, cultural display from different ethnic groups, cultural display by Germans, jokes that would blow off people's heart from our renowned comedians and many more.
At2 Event & Entertainment is set up by some young Nigeria's entrepreneurs. Since it's inception in 2006, they have been involved in events basically outside the country. The countries they have had their big bang includes France, Russia, and Germany etc. With all the progress attained, this has prompted the organization to come up with this laudable idea of event ,using it as an avenue to launch themselves and set a pace in Nigerian entertainment industry.
The managerial team of At2 Event & Entertainment, we learnt, is working tirelessly towards this event so as to make it an event people would never forget in a hurry.
The organizers are seeking government support and they are also using this medium to seek sponsorship from reputable organization to partner this laudable concept.