The quiet city of Owerri was agog last weekend when The Star Music Trek landed in the city.

The Dan Anyiam Stadium where the concert held was practically filled to its capacity with fans who were so eager to see the A-list artistes billed to perform that evening.

And when the show kicked off around 7pm, there was no dull moment till the wee hours of the morning when it ended.

In fact, it was as if the crowd didn’t want it to come to an end. Who would blame them? With the likes of Kcee, Flavour, MI, Mr. Raw and so many others on the stage, the crowd went haywire as these artistes performed on the stage.

Mr. Raw performed his verse of “My City Rocks” to the delight of the packed crowd at Dan Anyiam Stadium. Their reaction was an indication the night was off to a good start. He ended his performance with the track titled “Blessing”.

And Runtown didn’t get the tempo low, with his ‘Lagos Kampala,’ ‘The Banger’ and some other hits, the young lad also endeared more fans to his heart.

Osinachi crooner, Humblesmith, got so many people smitten not only with his hit track but with his fine looks.  He kept his performance indigenous as he also performed the iconic ‘African Style’ song by Bright Chimezie.

But when MI took the stage, it was another level of fun. The crowd screamed. The self-acclaimed Chairman gave the crowd what they wanted, dishing out hit songs back to back.

KCee had a marvellous performance at the concert. When he got on stage, the crowd cheered in excited frenzy. KCee sang “Pull Over” and “Limpopo” to the admiration of his Owerri fans.

Olamide continued the party on stage as he performed many hits back-to-back from “Durosoke” to “Story for the gods”, “Shakiti Bobo” and “Lagos Boys”.

And then big boy Flavour came on the stage and the ladies and guys went wild. With his live band, Flavour delivered a commanding performance as he blended most of his popular songs in seamless beat waves.