The musician from Ghana, Stonebwoy, is confident he can draw a full house at London’s O2 Arena, which has 22,000 seats.

Stonebwoy underscored the importance of effective marketing in packing large venues like the O2 Arena. He says that part of his experience is doing international performances at even bigger venues.

He said in an interview on Property FM in Cape Coast, “Getting into the O2 Arena is not a daunting task for me; it is all about setting the date and promoting the event effectively to ensure a large turnout.”


He went on, “A few weeks ago, I went to Madison Square Garden to see Davido perform. The venue can hold 20,000 people. I performed at a comparable-sized reggae festival in Austin as well.”


“I am experienced in managing large-scale events, having performed at locations like the 40,000-seat World Cup stadium in Qatar and Summer Jam, which attracts enormous audiences,” he said.

To further highlight his experience with sizable crowds, Stonebwoy also mentioned his hometown event, “Ashaiman to the World,” which is well-known for its high attendance.


“It is not impossible at all to fill the O2 Arena, even though it can hold over 20,000 people. Two years ago, Davido invited me on stage, and it was amazing to see people sing along to my songs,” he said to the host.