Stonebwoy’s Live Concert which was which was slated for 28th November and was to be held at o2 Academy Islington has officially been canceled due to low ticket sales.
On 28th November 2018, Stonebwoy was set to thrill his fans at the 800 capacity o2 Academy Islington. Initially, the concert was to be held at 1,789 capacity Electric Brixton but the venue was changed o2 Academy Islington for reasons never disclosed.
According to Shoops, the official website responsible for selling of Stonebwoy’s Live Concert tickets, “The show has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances”. The website further apologized for any inconvenience.
But from what Ghpage.com is hearing The “Hero” hitmaker couldn’t sell enough ticket to fill the 800 capacity venue and had to cancel. Interestingly, the ticket was selling for just £20.50 but Stonebwoy couldn’t get loyal fans to fill o2 Academy Islington.
Ghpage.com has also been informed that it was for the same reason that the organizers of the Stonebwoy’s Live Concert changed venue from a 1,789 capacity Electric Brixton to a much smaller 800 capacity o2 Academy Islington. But they, unfortunately, couldn’t fill o2 Academy Islington and had to cancel.
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Well, Stonebwoy is yet to put out an official statement as to why the London show was canceled. Until then, this is what Ghpage.com has reliably been informed: It was canceled over poor ticket sales.
By the way, as part of the Reign Album world tour concert, Shatta Wale is set to perform to fans at 2,350 capacity Indigo o2 tomorrow, 16th November 2018.