The audience at the arena was up on their feet, dancing and singing along to sets by African artists and DJs all night long.
The energy reached it’s peak once Davido hit the stage and ran through hits including “Unavailable,” “Assurance” and “Fall.”
In addition to Davido, the audience enjoyed South African DJ duo TXC who just happen to be signed to LVRN.
E Cool also hit the stage.
As well as “Monalisa” singer Lo Jay!
Victony, Mayor Kun, Musa Keys and King Promise also put on incredible performances, but we can’t leave out Spinall who delivered one of our favorite sets of the night.
Back stage Martell Cognac treated their special guests to dinner and drinks in a private VIP lounge.
Source: Martell Cognac sponsors A.W.A.Y. Festival presented by Davido at State Farm Arena in Atlanta/ PWP StudioThe exclusive experience included elevated Blue Swift cocktails called the Nigerian Swift Sour, the Swift & Ginger, and the Martell Martarita.
Guests were also treated to an incredible spread featuring foods both from Atlanta and Africa, including wings and herbed chicken and jollof rice. Anybody else feeling hungry just thinking about it?
Source: Martell Cognac sponsors A.W.A.Y. Festival presented by Davido at State Farm Arena in Atlanta/ PWP StudioIf you’re looking forward to sippin’ something special this holiday season, try this cocktail recipe for a Pomme Highball, one of the Martell beverages we enjoyed while we were A.W.A.Y!
2 oz Martell Blue Swift
1 oz pineapple juice
4 oz ginger beer
Instructions: Combine Blue Swift, pineapple juice, and ginger beer in a highball or collins glass. Stir and garnish with a lemon wedge. Enjoy!
Garnish: Lemon wedge.
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