In what is undoubtedly the fastest-growing youth culture in Nigeria, Alté Culture Festival returns this year with some of the loudest industry-leading names that require no introduction, though yet to be officially announced.
The festival brings together some of the most influential names in the Alté scene to promote the subculture and provide a platform for emerging talents within the Alté community.
Following its maiden edition a year ago with headliners Lady Donli, Wavy The Creator, Falana, and Prettyboy DO, who have all grown to strengthen their fan bases by directly reaching the community they come from, Alté Culture Festival is now back for its 2023 edition which will take place on Saturday, April 8 at the Muri Okunola park, Lagos.
In a media release on Thursday, the organisers, Q21 Solutions, announced that the upcoming edition will be bigger, as anticipated. Founder Eunice Adeyemi said,
With this history at its core, Alté Culture Festival was established to epitomise and bring together like minds that appreciate and celebrate the Alte Culture. The festival will showcase the creativity, innovation, and diversity of the Alté community with what promises to be a pretty impressive line-up of musicians, fashion designers, and creatives.
Specialising in the design and execution of great experiences, Q21 Solutions continues to pride itself in creating interactive, highly engaging and professional events that are meticulously planned and masterfully executed. While doing so, its remarkable work further demonstrates that it caters to the younger generation that embodies the authentic and alternative way of doing things in music, fashion, and so on, with the Alté Culture Festival being its stand-alone event.