About 18 top fashion designers and musicians from Ghana and five other African countries have been billed for the much patronized Pan-African event.
It is going to be one of Ghana’s “biggest nights of African fashion and music,” according to organisers.
Patrons will experience unimaginable designs from Ghana including Ophelia Crossland, Velmas Accessories, Abrantie the Gentleman, Bon Collections, Nineteen57bykod, South Africa’s Palse Sa and New York-based Kenyan designer Narok.
“Witness the very best of African music from Sarkodie, Bisa Kdei, Mzvee, M.anifest, Cina Soul, Efya, Akwaboa, the talented Godwin Strings from Nigeria, Kenyan songstress Habida and Faith B from Zimbabwe,” the organisers added.
Multi-award-winning Wutah & Praye will be performing together for the first time in five years at the fashion event.
A ticket is going for Ghc 300 regular and Ghc 450 for couples. Tickets are on sale at Starr FM, Live FM, all branches of Vidae Café, X-men East Legon, Sarahs Fabric Osu and Airport Shell. For limited VVIP reservation call 0264273229
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