P-Square To Tour 100 Cities In 2022


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P-Square To Tour 100 Cities In 2022
Posted on: May 12, 2022, 03:41:27 PM
P-Square, a popular singing duo from Nigeria, has revealed the dates for their highly anticipated global tour for 2022. The tour will be known as the "P-Square Reunion World Tour," and it will take place in one hundred locations throughout the globe.

On Tuesday, a member of the band by the name of Peter Okoye, better known by his stage name Mr. P, broke the news on his Instagram page.

He mentioned that the event would occur on all four of the planet's inhabited continents, namely Africa, North America, Europe, and Asia.

Mr. P. posted a flyer for the event on his Facebook and captioned it with the following: "P-Square City World Tour 2022." I will be visiting your city—the Middle East, Asia, Africa, North America, and Europe.

He said, "It's about to go down and become busy."

On Monday, Paul Okoye, Peter's twin brother and the other group member, announced the tour on his Instagram page. Peter is one of the group's founding members.

In a previous interview, Mr. P bragged that P-show Square at the O2 Arena in London would be completely sold out.

According to Mr. P, who made this statement back in March, P-Square will "shut down" the arena, which has a capacity of 20,000 people, regardless of whether or not they perform new songs.

Fans were thrilled when Paul Okoye, better known by his stage as Rudeboy, dropped hints in January that he would be going on a world tour.

The statement came around two months after the couple reconciled, following a conflict that lasted for five years and was a contributing factor in the group's dissolution.

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