London Comedian makes history at The O2 Arena Eddie Kadi becomes first black UK comedian to headline at The O2 Arena - September 4th 2010
One of the top venues in the world, The O2 Arena has played host to a huge list of international stars; Prince, Madonna, Beyoncé and Lady GaGa to name a few. On September 4th 2010, it will be the backdrop to an event which will go down in history when relatively unknown comedian, Eddie Kadi becomes the first black UK comedian to take the stage there.
Eddie will be joined on-stage by chart-topping North London trio N-Dubz, French Dance troop Patcho Debenq and the no-name crew and MOBO-Award winning saxophonist, YolanDa Brown.
Even new international artist, Mohombi will be flying in to make an appearance. Born to a Swedish mother and Congolese father, 23 year old Mohombi combines African influences with pop and will provide a fantastic global element to the show.
Celebrity fans who will be supporting Eddie on the night include UK Artists Tinie Tempah, Jamelia, Kano, Chipmunk, Bashy, Ironik, Labrinth, McLean, ex-Sugababe Keisha Buchanan, TV personality and Radio 1 DJ Reggie Yates, footballer Andy Cole, comedian Kojo and DJ Tim Westwood - among others.