Ghanaian Afro-Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy will be performing at the 66th Ghana’s Independence Celebration concert slated for March 4, 2023 in the United States of America.
The concert will take place at The Forum, in Columbus, Ohio.
It will present an opportunity for hundreds of Ghanaians in the US and traveling visitors from around the world to celebrate Ghana’s historic independence through specially curated, unrivalled musical performances.
The night will also witness musical showcases from DJ Zaga, DJ Burundi, DJ Ra, DJ Michy, and DJ Aroma.
Previous editions of the AK24 Entertainment event have featured a star-studded line up of spectacular performances, including Ghanaian highlife singer, Bisa Kdei, rapper Kofi Kinaata and Singer Fameye.
Founded in 2008 by a group of creative and musically gifted young men, AK24 Entertainment is acclaimed as the driving force behind numerous popular events in the US, including the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022 Watch Party and Columbus’ inaugural All White Party.
Through its entertainment and philanthropic endeavors, the company is still committed to empowering and creating opportunities for creatives and entrepreneurs in the entertainment and art industries, particularly those coming from underrepresented backgrounds, as well as raising cultural awareness in the diaspora.
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