Ghana Party in the Park is a well-known UK-based Ghanaian street jam that began in 2005 by the Akwaaba Group in the United Kingdom. This festival draws about 8,000 people from the United Kingdom, Holland, Ghana, Germany, France, Canada, the United States, and other adjacent countries, making it one of the largest Ghanaian festivals held outside of West Africa.
The group Akwaaba, which translates to “welcome” in English, was formed by a group of musical buddies who sat down and brainstormed a strategy to place Ghana on the international map by exhibiting good music, fashion, arts, food, and the actual nature of Ghanaian entertainment.
In recent years, Akwaaba has made every effort to engage heavily in this program for the empowerment of Ghanaian culture and arts, while also attempting to place certain well-known and lesser-known African musicians, particularly Ghanaians, on the international stage.
However, this Festival has always attracted excellent musicians, and this year will be no exception, as the King of rap music in Ghana and abroad has agreed to function as the Creative Director in this year’s edition. The composer of the yet-to-be-released NO PRESSURE album promised guests in attendance at the lunch on the 7th of July at the Sky Bar in Accra that they should anticipate nothing but the best as the musicians on board psyche themselves well under his supervision to enable them to perform extremely well.
According to the organizers, this happy event will feature performances by numerous musicians that have never been on the event bill before, to provide additional opportunities and exposure to Ghana’s fresh up and coming singers.
But, before we go any further with this story, anyone in their right mind would wonder where Trent Park is and why the festival’s organizers prefer to hold their acts thereafter sixteen years. Trent Park is an England country house in north London, with its original large gardens. It has designated several sculptures and other underground constructions (such as the Orangery) as Grade II listed structures.
According to Wikipedia, the houses and accompanying buildings housed performing arts, humanities, product design, and television programs, covering over 320 hectares of land. Please visit that website to learn more about this wonderful place. With what has been discussed thus far, it is clear that this location, with its performing arts calm environment, is an excellent venue for such an occasion.
This year’s event, which is planned to take place on July 24th, will be one of a kind, as the program’s administrators have worked hard to invite nothing but the greatest to perform at the event. Even though the event has yet to be announced, some of Ghana’s most famous figures have already arrived in London ahead of time.
Rapper Amerado, Kweku Flick, Sefa, Yaw Tog, Camidoh, Mr. Drew, DJ Mensah, and Doreen Avio, co-host of Hitz FM’s Cruise Control, are among the performers that have arrived in London ahead of the Ghana Party in the Park UK event.
Kwabena Kwabena, D-Black, Sarkodie, Amerado, Kofi Jamar, Kweku Flick, Sefa, Yaw Tog, Camidoh, and Mr. Drew are among the Ghanaian musicians scheduled to perform on stage on July 24th in the United Kingdom.
Those who are interested in attending this event, as well as music aficionados, may be wondering what time it will take place, how to purchase a ticket, and where it will take place. We’ve got you covered here at Chrisplug.com, as we’re bringing you everything you need to know about ticketing and the rest in great detail.
According to the organizers, the program will take place at Trent Park Cockfosters Road, LondonEN4 OJY (a 5-minute walk from Cockfosters Road Tube Station Piccadilly line), and the show will run from 12:00 noon to 8:00 pm. However, to be safe, one must arrive at the venue at 6:00 pm sharp, as the gates to the event grounds will be closing at that time.
The cost of tickets for this program runs from 19.25 to 55.00 euros, and they must be purchased by 8:00 p.m. on July 24, 2021.
Advance tickets are available for €20, €25, and €30, and children under the age of 11 will be admitted free of charge if accompanied by an adult. VIP entry costs €50.00 to €21.00 extra Euros, and includes access to a VIP area, exclusive VIP fast-track entrance, free welcome drinks and snacks, VIP bar, VIP food vendors, and a superb view of the festival main stage.
Tickets are available at the event or online at www.gpitp.com. For additional information on bookings and ticket reservations, you can contact, text, or WhatsApp 07733791988/ 07852556820/ 07404753364.
Other activities include live music, food, cultural activities, a funfair, a bouncy castle, face painting, fashion shows, and arts and crafts.
NOTE: Trent Park is in a residential area with no nearby parking, so attendees are encouraged to use public transportation to get to the event. It is also recommended that attendees not bring any sharp or dangerous objects to the event, such as bottles (both plastic and glass), knives, or other weapons, as they will be subjected to a thorough body search at the entrance. If someone is found guilty, they will be handed over to the right authorities for punishment.
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