The 2019 edition of Empire Entertainment’s Ghana Meets Naija concert has been launched and a monster lineup of artists named to perform at the show which comes off next month.
This year’s show, which has been dubbed the ‘Clash of the Titans’, comes off June 8th at the Accra International Conference Centre.
At the launch of the show held last week, the billed artists were named for the annual contest between the two West African powerhouses.
Ghana would be represented by artists such as R2Bees, Medikal and Patapaa, with support from J.Dorobie, Quamina MP, Tulenkey, Kelvin Boy, Fameye, Ras Kuuku, AK Songstress, Kofi Mole, Akoo Nana and Opanka.
Nigeria would be represented by Teni, Wande Coal and Victor AD with support from two Ghana-based Nigerian artistes, Saltan and Moziz.
Organizers have also promised two surprise acts from Barbados to attend the show as well as other surprise acts and activities being in store.
“This year we want patrons to know that it’s a GMN Week. Starting with the pre-party on the 7th, the main event on the 8th, after party after the event from 12 am and post-party Sunday on the 9th to close the weekend,” it was announced at the launch.
“We are undertaking some campus activations, and this year, being a special year of return, we are aggressively marketing and spreading our tentacles to bringing our brothers from Barbados, Nigeria and other countries to come and experience this year’s GMN weekend of exciting activities. We have partnered Trace TV on DSTV towards this year’s event to promote GMN across Africa.
“This year also we are not holding back with our platinum experience, the ushering the finger foods and special attention to security on the grounds and everywhere. CCTV cameras, guard dogs and Military to beef up,”
Tickets for the show come in three forms: Platinum, VVIP (GHC 300) and Regular (GHC150). They are available online or can be purchased at Starr FM, Live FM, Empire office, Accra Mall and at all Allied Oil filling stations.
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