#GPITP – Mr Eazi, Kidi, King Promise, Kuami Eugene, more to perform
#GPITP – It’s that time of the year when UK, Ghanaians and other African and Caribbean community come together for the very popular outdoor festival Ghana Party in the Park.
London will come alive on Saturday 13th July 2019 when international event company Akwaaba UK host the 2019 edition of Ghana Party in the Park at Trent Park in North London.
A-listed AfroBeats artists confirmed for the annual event, which attracts thousands of attendees every year. They include Mr.Eazi, King Promise, KiDi, Lamisi, Kuami Eugene and a few more will be performing at the festival. Other attractions on the day will include, Live Music, Food Stalls, Cultural dancers, Fun Fair, Bouncy castle, Face painting, Fashion Show, carnival parade and Dance workshops.
In an interview with Dennis Tawiah, event organiser he stated “this year, we want to focus on a festival feel like the theme with more add-ons. Ghana Party in the Park is an opportunity to showcase Ghana’s rich cultural heritage and other traditional attributes as well as creating the enabling environment for all attendees to interact, the network has fun.
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We must also focus on the artists who are flying the flag high across the globe to bring their shine to the event and also engage with their fans. Annually we have thousands of patrons from across the globe attending the event and we continue to deliver year after year but this edition we are going to give patrons another memorable and unforgettable experience.”
To add to the excitement on the day will be other side attractions including the durbar of chiefs to make the event an exhilarating affair in addition to the exciting performances from some of UK and Ghana’s most prevalent artists.