Sunday, November 16, 2014

James Boakye Sarfo, ABL District Manager, INSET: Karen Mcphee, Director of Sales and Marketing, Movenpick
Multi-purpose events company and record label, BBnZ Live, has officially launched the 2014 edition of ‘The Big Weekend Afro-Beats Festival’—a three-day beer, music and dance festival scheduled for December 12, 13 and 14 at the Independence Square in Accra.

The Big Weekend Afro-Beats Festival 2014, with Accra Breweries Limited (ABL) as headline sponsor, was launched last Friday at the Movenpick Hotel in Accra, where it was officially confirmed that American singer, songwriter, rapper, producer and actress Ms Lauryn Hill will be the headline artiste at this year’s event.

“Ms Hill will be in Ghana with her crew—that is close to some 20 people—and we could not have thought of any other person than her. She has had a very good year and her tours have been fascinating,” Alvin Bekoe, Chief Executive of BBnZ noted at the launch.

The event will also have performances from a tall list of some of Ghana’s finest musicians, including Stonebwoy, Efya, E.L, Okyeame Kwame, Mzvee, Joey B, Chase, Lil Shaker, Jay-So, Kumasi Kojo-Cue, Treasure, AI, Dex Kwasi and several others.

Kwame Blay, Director of BBnZ Live, explained at the launch that on Friday December 12, there will be a mega party event at the Independence Square to kick start the event and it will be followed by an all night long Afro-beats bash the next day, Saturday December 13, at the same venue.

He said on Sunday, December 14, Ms Hill will headline a live acoustic event all through the night at the same venue.

Tickets to cover all three days will be selling at just GH¢10.


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