12 minutes ago | General News TINA Festival Displays Rich Cultural Show By Modern Ghana A section of the crowd at the festival. INSET: Fuse ODG
Fuse ODG's concert on Friday to climax his three- day 'This Is New Africa' (TINA) Festival was, indeed, a night to reckon with.
It came with all the excitement, giving festival goers all that they have been promised.
It was an experience filled with top-notch performances from celebrated artistes such as Sarkodie, Stefflon Don, Kidi, British rapper Lethal Bizzle, Kuami Eugene, Ko-Jo Cue & Shaker, Pappy Kojo, Joey B, Feli Nuna and a host of others.
There were also surprise performances from artistes like Eugy, Kwamz & Flava and Nigeria's D'Banj, who were not on the list of artistes announced to perform at the concert.
Fuse also performed and treated the crowd to pulsating rendition of his old and new songs.
Festival fans cheered and sang along most of the artistes to show their excitement about the event.
The concert was held at the Round Pavilion of the Trade Fair Centre in Accra and attended by a number of music and arts fans from Ghana, UK and other parts of the world.
Beyond the excitement of music performance, the concert was a beautiful display of rich African culture. About 99 percent of patrons of the event had a touch of African wear or fashion. Some wore outfit in styles made with 'kente' and other local fabrics.
Some of the musicians who performed during the night were also not left out of the African fashion.
The festival was the first of its kind and was dubbed the 'Kente Party'.
The TINA Festival was put together by Fuse ODG, the UK- based Ghanaian Afrobeat musician who is known around the world for actively promoting African culture. It was to amplify the objective of projecting African values through the arts.
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