Closing Night | Yemi Alade and Amindi

Doors 6:30pm / Show 7:30pm

Event Info


Doors 6:30pm/Show 7:30pm

Join us for closing night of BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! 2022 with Nigerian singer/songwriter, composer, actress, and entertainer Yemi Alade with an opening performance by Amindi.

Nigerian superstar Yemi Alade closes our season in high style, taking the Bandshell by storm with her pulsating mix of Afropop, R&B, reggae, and rap. Originally scheduled to perform in 2020, her return to Brooklyn marks a triumphant conclusion to our summer of community, love, and joy. LA-based Amindi effortlessly glides between musical influences of the Black Atlantic, opening the evening with the buoyant sounds of her 2021 debut EP Nice.

*Please Note: Chairs will not be available at this show but you are permitted to bring your own. For our d/Deaf and hard of hearing communities, we will have an ASL interpreter at the left side of the stage during the opening set only.




With four albums, one EP, and many smashes such as “Johnny,” “Ferrari,” “Na Gode” and “Bum Bum” under her belt, Yemi Eberechi Alade is one of the biggest Afro-pop female artists on the African continent. She is a BET Awards 2015 and 2016 nominee for Best International Act Africa, a two-times nominee MOBO Awards for Best International Act 2014 and 2015, Winner MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMAs) for Best Female 2015 and 2016. She has received several awards and nominations, including MTV African Music, African Music Video awards, City people Entertainment, MOBO, YEM and Eloy awards.

Yemi Alade is also the first African female Afro-pop artist to hit over 100 million views on YouTube and VEVO with her Smash hit single “Johnny”, which is now the most viewed video from an African female artist. Amongst all these, she is the first Afro-pop female to hit over One million subscribers on YouTube.

In April 2019, Yemi Alade Featured Rick Ross on the remix of her smash hit single “Oh My Gosh.” Yemi Alade was also featured on “Don’t Jealous Me”, a track from Beyoncé’s compilation album The Lion King: The Gift. She appeared on the track alongside Mr Eazi and Tekno. Rolling Stone magazine revealed that Alade also recorded a verse for an earlier version of “My Power” in June.

Throughout her career, Yemi Alade has accumulated over 150 million Streams across all music platforms and over 400 million views on YouTube making her one of the most viewed African artist of all time.

Please note: RSVPs are encouraged but not required. Entry is first come first served, but RSVPs help you stay up-to-date on show information. See you at #CelebrateBrooklyn!


141 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Venue Info

The Lena Horne Bandshell at Prospect Park is home to BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn!, New York’s longest-running, free outdoor performing arts festival. Named to honor the legendary singer, actress, dancer, and Brooklyn native Lena Horne, the Bandshell is transformed into a venue every summer that can accommodate over 8,000 people.

BRIC is committed to welcoming people of all abilities

The facility is completely wheelchair accessible. If you require special seating arrangements, please ask any staff member to speak with the house manager on the day of the performance when you reach the gate, and we will happily accommodate you. If you have any other questions about accessibility, please contact Benno Orlinsky at [email protected] or (718) 683-5637.

About BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn!

BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! is New York City’s longest-running, free, outdoor performing arts festival, held ever year at Lena Horne Bandshell in Prospect Park.


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