Tomorrow, September 1, some of the biggest names in television and movies on the continent will be celebrated at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA).
The AMVCA, put together by Africa Magic in association with Multichoice, will also thrill guests with its line up of performers.
Coming off at the Eko Hotel in Lagos, Nigeria, this year's event will see live performances from rapper and songwriter, Falz, alternative singer, Adekunle Gold and songwriter and producer, Cobhams Asuquo.
Versatile rapper, Falz TheBahdGuy, will bring his signature sound and high energy on stage performing some of his most loved songs.
Alternative singer-songwriter, Adekunle Gold, who is still fresh off his sophomore album, About 30, will also perform alongside his band, The 70th Element.
Music producer and song writer, Cobhams Asuquo who recently released the video to his hit single, One Hit, will captivate audiences with his powerful vocals.
The night promises a diverse line-up of stellar performances as viewers will also get to see live on stage the SEKI traditional dance troupe.
The dance drama group are heavily influenced by traces of American tap dance which originate from five different masquerade groups of the lower Niger Delta area of Nigeria.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, will be a classical performance by Omo Bello, the award-winning Nigerian soprano and a special performance by singer and Big Brother Naija 2017 alumni, Bisola Aiyeola.
The AMVCAs, tagged 'The Glamorous Awards' is the biggest celebration of African film and TV talents and will be broadcast live on all Africa Magic channels on DStv and GOtv.
AMVCA has over the years recognised and awareded actors in Africa who have excelled in their various field of work.
This year’s nomination includes stars like Shirley Frimpong Manso, Lydia Forson, Adjetey Anang, Omotola Jalade, Rita Dominic, Adesua Etomi, OC Ukeje, with Falz being the only musician to be nominated for his performance in the film New Money.
Launched in March 2013, the AMVCA celebrates the contributions of African filmmakers, actors and technicians to the success of the continent’s film and television industry and it is voted on by the general public.