The first edition of the Independence Day concert put together by the Pan African Arts Society in the United Kingdom was a huge success.
The event which took place at the Dominion Center in the United Kingdom on Saturday, March 18, 2023, was completely sold out.
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The impressive lineup of top Ghanaian musical acts, including Kuami Eugene, Efya, Keche, and comedians OB Amponsah, and Jacinta were the ones billed to thrill the patrons.
These talented entertainers took turns on the stage to deliver top-notch performances that got the crowd gathered at the auditorium over the moon.
The event also showcased these talented Ghanaian talents to a global audience and underscored the importance of cultural exchange and collaboration in the arts.
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The success of Ghana at 66 Live In Concert is a testament to the vision and hard work of the Pan African Art Society, which aims to create a platform for African artists and performers, especially Ghanaians to showcase their talents to the world.
Again, the event not only provided a platform for Ghanaian musicians to connect with fans in the UK but also fostered cultural exchange and collaboration between artists from different backgrounds and genres.
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By bringing together artists, musicians, and performers from across the African diaspora, the Pan African Art Society is helping to create a more diverse and inclusive arts scene, one that celebrates the richness and vibrancy of African culture and creativity.
The success of Ghana at 66 Live In Concert is just the beginning of what promises to be an exciting journey for the society and its members, as they continue to promote African art and culture on a global stage.