Shatta Wale one of the well known Ghanaian dancehall craftsman will feature the eighteenth release of the Ghana Party In the Party (GPITP) celebration.
The celebration, planned for Saturday, July 16, 2022, at Trent Park in London, United Kingdom (UK), would highlight Ghanaian music, dance, a design show, a durbar of bosses, and numerous different exercises, with thousands expected to join in.
Gyakie, Kelvynboy, Kofi Kinaata, Eugy Official, and Camidoh are among the celebration's supporting craftsmen.
Ghanaian Highlife music would likewise be highlighted, with grant winning specialists like Ofori Amponsah, KK Fosu, Kofi Nti, Sydney, and Barosky set to engage fans with live band music.
The music and expressions celebration this year would be gone before by a Ghana Business Expo on July 14, 2022, as Ghanaian organizations investigate open doors with the diaspora local area.
Tickets during the current year's celebration are presently marked down, and requests can be made through the GPITP site.
The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, GTA, Ghana Post, World Remit, Qatar Airways, KGL, EximBank Ghana, Ghana Export Promotion Authority, Taptap Send, and GREADA are among those supporting the current year's GPITP occasion.
Sarkodie, King Promise, Fuse ODG, Stormzy, Sway, Kidi, Kuami Eugene, and numerous other global demonstrations have all performed at the celebration, which draws large number of individuals from everywhere the world.
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