Photos from the Legend Real Deal Experience in Jos

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The show which is Legend’s flagship consumer engagement activity was a night to remember with energetic, interactive and entertaining performances. The show was hosted by comedian De Don who joined by Big Brother Naija’s Ifuennada who gave the brilliant dozes of her dances and acts.

Legend’s Real Deal Experience in Jos this Sunday was a homecoming for MI Abaga being the first time he will perform in Jos since he released his last album in August. Jos, the capital of Plateau state is respected in entertainment circles as a talent factory city of Nigeria, owing to its record of churning out some of the best musicians Nigeria has come to know.

Another major attraction of the show is the “Taste, Tell and Win” Competition, whereby the taste buds of Legend’s faithful consumers will be put to the test when they are asked to blindly taste several unidentified stout drinks and tell which of them is Legend Extra Stout. It is the ultimate loyalty test for consumers who recognize the rich taste of Legend Extra Stout. Winners from this competition get to win exciting prizes like refrigerators, generators and many more

The show has become a core staple of Legend Extra Stout and is revered for its perfect blend of fun, music, dance, laughter, games and so much more. Over the years, it has seen some of the country’s biggest entertainers like MI, Timaya, 9ice, Kcee, Harrysong, Oritsefemi among others entertain Nigerians across different cities including Lagos, Ibadan, Onitsha, Enugu, Umuahia, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Abakaliki, and Owerri.

Legend Extra Stout is a unique bitter tasting premium stout, fully brewed from the finest ingredients and bottled under the highest quality standards. The stout, which was launched into the Nigerian market in 1992, was named Legend because it suggests solid reputation and authenticity.

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