The 2018 National Farmers Day – Holiday couldn’t have been better without the Bambini Family Day Out event. The Efua Sutherland Children’s Park came alive on Friday, December 7th as the Bambini Train made a stop to engage Families from different homes and children from different schools in a multi-packed day of interesting & amazing activities.
The event had many school children participate in talent displays such as dancing, Choreography, Rap battle, Reading Challenge & and so much more. Indeed children displayed well-rehearsed activities to the admiration of huge audience from all walks of Life.
By 12 pm artistes billed to perform live on stage had already arrived at the venue and the children just could not wait to dance to unending songs from their great music icons. Amidst screams and shouts from the audience, 2017 winner of Talented Kids fame Samuel Owusu, mounted the stage to deliver his best to an expectant audience. It was such an interesting moment seeing the children sing along to the lines of his music.
Tic-tac-now, known as Tic proved that he has returned for good and was still on top of his game; playing his hit songs back-to-back and singing along with his fans too bringing back fond memories was quite a nostalgic experience to most of the audience.
The party atmosphere seemed unending as the Rock Star, Kuame Eugene, took center stage and dished out song after song and even invited some children up stage to sing along with him. It couldn’t have been a better experience for him & his excited audience.
As a young role model to most of the children & audience present at the Family Day Out event, the Rock Star, distributed novels & assorted storybooks to some of his audience as donated by Readers Bay Foundation, a Literacy foundation that equips & empower children & the Youth to read.
The Rock Star took the opportunity to encourage them to make reading their daily habit to achieve higher heights as they grow to be responsible adults.
The Bambini Family Day out event was a prelude to many other fun packed programmes yet to happen during the Christmas holidays. The event was powered by Boss Media Productions with support from Readers Bay Foundation, Indomie and Print Innovations.