How popular show promoter Paulash Panache is boosting nightclub attendance
Award-winning show and club promoter Paul Femi Ashiru, known as Paulash Panache, has revealed how he is using his popular weekly event titled “Lituation Fridays” to boost club sponsorship and strengthen the industry.
The media influencer and singer hosts the weekly in clubs and celebrities to appear at events and vibrate with fans.
According to Paulash Panache, the initiative which is synonymous with TGIF was launched to promote clubs, organize birthdays, trending personalities and also promote new talents.
“Lituation Fridays is a weekly event that takes place every Friday where we celebrate life and release stress
“The initiative is synonymous with TGIF! Turn me on ! where we can throw some birthdays, trending personalities and celebrities and also promote new talent and general good vibes and whatever makes a party light up.
Paulash further revealed that as a club promoter he has worked with top clubs in Lagos such as Quilox, Rumors, Cubana, Phantom, House 38, Club Litehouse, The Place, Crystals, Club 57, among others.
I have worked with different big clubs and the event was quite massive before the COVID-19 pandemic. The show was held at club 57 ikoyi before the lockdown, and now we’re back, better and bigger, and now up and running at Caesars Lounge VI.
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