Hi Impact Planet unveils 12 days non-stop entertainment for visitors

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Nigeria’s foremost Amusement resort, Hi Impact Planet Amusement Park and Resort has announced a 12 days entertainment package for visitor and guests during the Yuletide.

Speaking at an interactive parley with newsmen at the Ibafo office of the outfit, the Chairman and Chief executive officer, Prince Adeyanju Lipede stated that starting from 22nd of December when guests will be be treated to a superlative Karaoke night up till 6th of January next year, visitors to the Park are assured of a Christmas season that will be remembered for a long time.

“From what we have lined up for the Yuletide season, anybody desirous of a Christmas season that will linger for long will have no reason not to be at the Park” Lipede said.

While announcing the reason behind “African Night” which holds on Saturday 23rd, Lipede said his firm believe in Nigeria and by extension Africa necessitate the idea of celebrating the rich African culture through music, dance, food and drinks. He explained that even the Mascot of the Amusement Park is a combination of African culture.

On the annual Praise Blast, the second of which comes up on Tuesday December 26th at the 20 thousand capacity crowd of the Park Arena, Prince Lipede listed array of A list gospel artistes billed to entertain that night as Tope Alabi, Senwele Jesu, Chioma Jesus, Tim Godfrey, Bukola Bekes, Vashawn Mitchell, Bola Are, Lagos City Chorale, Daystar Choir among others.

To round the year up is a musical concert tagged ‘shut down 2017’ and while explaining the details behind this, Prince Lipede said “Nigerian foremost artistes like 2face, Flavour, Vector, Adekunle Gold and Kiss Daniel have been listed to perform on one of the biggest stages around”

Speaking further, the Chairman said that to make the night more memorable, a one hour of 30 minutes each of continuous fireworks will be displayed as “our own way of celebrating the season with our teeming customers who have been faithful with us over the years”

On how much it takes to enjoy these activities, the Chairman explained that all are free except the musical concert of shut down 2017 which requires only a visit to the Park between the 1st to 29th of December.

Assuring that adequate security measures have been put in place for visitors to all the activities the Chairman also noted that free transportation back home to Ojota, Bergar and Mowe have been arranged for visitors to the Praise Blast concert.

Other activities lined up for the 12 days of Magic include Festival of Lights on 31st of December where guests will be treated to a display of synchronized laser lights and music, new year carnival on the January 1st and magical memories that last a long time on 6th of January 2018.

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