Grammy Award-winning superstar, Burna Boy made history by being the first African to sell out Atlanta’s 20,000-seat State Farm Arena during the most recent leg of his “Love, Damini” US tour.
Burna Boy has been experiencing record-breaking attendance at every stop on his current “Love, Damini” tour, and in his most recent Atlanta date, the Grammy winner completely sold out the famous State Farm Arena, which seats 20,000 people.
The concert was held on Sunday 31st July 2022 and over 20,000 thousand fans fill out the arena to watch Burna Boy thrill them with his electrifying and unforgettable performance.
Burna Boy’s concerts have thus far drawn both Africans from the diaspora and individuals of all races who are becoming more and more enamored with afrobeats.
— State Farm Arena (@StateFarmArena) August 1, 2022
Another Feather Added to Burna Boy’s Beautiful Hat: Burna Boy has established himself as the musician pushing the limits of fame and success in Afrobeats ever since he found international acclaim.
On Spotify, he has amassed more than 2 billion streams total. He took home the highly sought-after Grammy Awards. He received three BET Awards in a row. Most impressively, no other African performer has ever managed to sell out such renowned venues throughout the globe.
Burna Boy sold out venues across the globe in 2022, from the illustrious 20,000 Madison Square Garden in New York City to the 20,300 Accor Arena in France, the 16,500 Ahoy Arena, the 17,500 Ziggodome in Holland, the 19,000 Toyota Centre in Houston, and the current 21, 000 State Farm Arena in Atlanta.
Burna Boy has performed to crammed houses all over the world, making him one of the greatest performers in African history and maybe the best of his time.