Ghana Party in the Park UK, bounces back with live audience performance following a year of intense Covid 19 social gathering restrictions in the United Kingdom and around the world.
The Ghanaian music festival held on Saturday, July 24 at the Trent Park, had great performances from power packed talents emerging from Ghana and the UK which was indeed, fulfilling as promised by the organisers following the event’s cancellation last year when the pandemic was at its peak.
The event was graced with huge performance line-up from newly unveiled and fast rising Ghanaian-based stars like Mr, Drew, Yaw Tog, Kweku Flick, Amerado, Kofi Jamar among others. Mr Drew set a vivacious atmosphere performing his well-received songs alongside his spirited dancing moves.
Moving forward, Trent park saw overwhelming and intriguing LIT performances from most stylish hip life singer, Kwabena Kwabena, Darliin Nii Nortey No, Darkoo, Sefa, who happened to be the only female artiste, among several talented acts emerging from Ghana.
Sarkodie, who was honoured the season’s creative director, shook the stage with electrifying performance alongside King Promise. Sensational UK based dancer and singer, Global Boga joined Fresh Andy with vibrant dancing moves that got fans crazy and excited.
The crowed was driven with much joy as Global Boga performed Nicloe Thea TV’s song in honour of his late beloved, Nicole Thea.
Indeed, Ghana party in the park UK, paved way for people to refresh their state of mind and come out of emotional distress that came with the Covid 19 pandemic and its social restrictions, as well as releasing stress from the long week’s hustle.
Also, looking at the huge media presence, people around the world from different cultural backgrounds will definitely get to know the amazing talents Ghana is producing through music and arts.
Since 2001, the Akwaaba Group has been helping to promote the rich culture of Ghana in diverse ways through the event, dubbed, Ghana Party in the Park, United Kingdom.
Every year, Ghanaians in the UK show their appreciation to their motherland Ghana through the exhibition Ghanaian products, fashion, food, local drinks, music and dance.
It’s a huge event which attracts thousands of people including, Ghanaians in the diaspora, celebrities, chiefs, the young and the old.
This year’s event came out successful with impressive attendance. Performances and stage craft was excellent.
Event brought to you by Akwaaba UK GROUP