Kwaisey Pee And Friends To Give Valentine Gifts

Valentine Day, February 14 is a day set aside across the world each
year for the expression of love. However, this year’s Valentine Day
is expected to be one with a difference in Accra as six of the nation’s favourite musicians have packaged a special gift to be offered to their loyal fans.

Kwesi Pee and his friends, Nana Fynn, Nana Tuffour, Efya, Kwabena
Kwabena and K.K Fosu have decided to make this year’s Vals Day an
unforgettable one by dedicating it their loyal fans across the country
especially in Accra by through a concert dubbed ‘Vita Milk Valentine
Love Nite’ at the National Theatre on Saturday February 11 .

According to available information, the six artistes have packaged their all time favourite and enjoyable love songs to be performed live for their dedicated fans who, undoubtedly have been part of their success stories over the years.

To the six artistes who are all household names, although they have
strived to achieve great heights in the music circles, they definately
could not have done that without the active support of the fans who
patronize their songs and as such see the vital role these fans have
played in their respective careers.

To reciprocate this love and show of support over the years, the
February 11 concert has been planned with their fans as priority and is strategically patterned to suit all patrons who will throng the National Theatre for the show.

As part of the “Special Valentine Gift” to fans, they will be offered the rare opportunity not only to interact with them (artistes) on stage during the show but can also request songs of their choice to be performed live by the musicians. Patrons can also request for specific songs to propose love to their partners, say sorry to wronged persons and to express appreciation to deserving personalities.

In pre-event interviews, all the artistes on the bill hinted that they are geared up to treat fans to an unforgettable and splendid performances, saying patrons who will be at the National Theatre on February 11 will have more than they bargained for. Tickets for the show are said to be fast running out.