Zenith Bank hosts Aspire Music Festival
The music festival will feature musical performances by some of Nigeria’s biggest artistes, including Olamide, Flavour, Phyno, Niniola, Mayorkun and Rema.
Zenith Bank Plc, a leading Nigerian commercial bank, is set to host a musical event in Lagos, tagged “Aspire Music Festival”. According to a statement released by the bank on Monday, the music festival is considered to be most-anticipated entertainment event of the year, and will take place on Saturday, September 21, 2019 at the Harbour Point Event Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Aspire Musical Festival will commence at 8.00pm, featuring musical performances by some of Nigeria’s biggest artistes, including Olamide, Flavour, Phyno, Niniola, Mayorkun and Rema. The musical event is among a series of events lined up by Zenith Bank ahead of the second edition of its lifestyle event, called “Style by Zenith 2.0,” which the bank announced in July. Themed, “The Style, The Life, You Desire,” the Style by Zenith 2019 fair will take place from November 29 to December 1.
Style by Zenith is aimed at providing a platform to promote retail businesses and the creative industry in Nigeria, while also facilitating the growth of small and medium-scale enterprises (SMEs). There will also be special play arcade and activities designed for children at the fair, as well as free medical check-ups, free eye and dental tests for all attendees.
Attendance at the Aspire Musical Festival is reserved strictly for Zenith Bank customers. However, non-Zenith customers can participate by simply opening a Zenith Bank account and registering to attend at www.zenithbank.com/style.
The bank said its commitment to world-class service standards has led to several product innovations and recognitions. Zenith Bank was voted the most customer-focused bank in Nigeria for the Retail and SME segments in the 2018 KPMG Annual Banking Industry Customer Satisfaction Survey (BICSS).
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