Lemon Curd 2.0;a festival of music,poetry,drama,dance,visual arts and other forms of arts will take centre stage on August 5,2017 at the Muri Okunola Park,Victoria Island,Lagos.
The second edition of this event is a project of www.Lucidlemons.com a digital platform that caters to the creativity of young people from ages 16-23 and other people who are young at heart and what to explore the world of creative ingenuity.
Speaking at a media parley to unveil this year’s edition of Lemon Curd, the Chief Executive Officer of LucidLemons, Tomisin Akinwunmi said this project is conceived to give budding talents the opportunity to grow and express themselves.
“This idea was actually conceived to help those talented young people who have innate talents aside their course of study,like the Lawyers,Doctors who actually can sing,draw or can write poems”.
“Empowering young people is very dear to me,so this event is for the upcoming by the upcoming”.
She also appreciated those who have supported the project since it started two years ago with a maiden event called “RADAR” where young people gathered to discuss issues of domestic violence and other form of abuses.
“I am happy we are growing from just a few people to a community of young people who are ready to collaborate and this is different from what we grew up to see from our predecessors”.
A member of Lucidlemon crew who is also working on the logistics for the August 5 event,Emmanuel Anosike is very enthusiastic that the sophomore will be special
“I just came back from school and I am already working with the team to make sure that we have a great event”.
One of the high point of the event is the open mic show and one of the Judges is MTN Project Fame season 8 winner, Jeff Akoh who is excited to be part of the project.
Prospective contestants in the open mic show will get further information from www.Lucidemons.com