Sarkodie, Fuse ODG,  and others to Perform at maiden TINA Festival
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Sarkodie, Fuse ODG, and others to Perform at maiden TINA Festival

Ghanaian-English music sensation, Nana Richard Abiona, better known by his stage name, Fuse ODG has launched the maiden edition of the Afrocentric TINA Festival.

The inaugural event will take place at the Round Pavilion of the Trade Fair Centre in Accra on January 4 to climax exciting three-day festival.

Artistes billed to perform at the event include Sarkodie, Stefflon Don, Joey B, Lethal Bizzle and many more top artistes.

Speaking at the launch of the festival at the BBNZ on Friday, December 14, Fuse ODG said his team has been working on the festival for many years.

“The media likes to portray Africa in a negative way and we have to stand up and tell our own story. And this is what TINA – This Is New Africa – is all about. Creating a platform where we can tell our own story.

“Something like TINA Festival is a platform to get people to come back home and experience our culture; to experience Ghana…yes we have issues in the country like any other country in the world,” he said.

Afrobeat is a new African sound that has captured the attention of the world in recent years.

The sound has gained millions of followers from every corner of the globe. African music is fast becoming a force to be reckoned with in the global music scene.

TINA Festival will be the place where people go to experience the genuine lifestyle that comes with the music.

The sound has gained millions of followers from every corner of the globe. African music is fast becoming a force to be reckoned with in the global music scene.

Among other things, the aim of the annual TINA Festival is to become the home of the Afrobeat.

TINA Festival will be the place where people go to experience the genuine lifestyle that comes with the music.

TINA Festival itinerary

On the 2nd January 2019 – National Builders Day: Akosombo School

In 2007, This Is New Africa (TINA) and Wood World Mission Charity started a school in Akusombo with just a handful of students.

What began as an Orphanage is now a thriving school with over 200 students being supported by the organisation.

National Builders day is to encourage the diaspora community to give back to society.

There will be a call for Volunteers to come and help the school. Volunteers will be at Akosombo School to paint the school and interact with the pupils and inspire them.

An exciting boat ride and tour of the beautiful Akosombo landscape fused with a party on the bus and lots of networking will be part of the day.

On the 3rd January 2019 – Global Diaspora Conference and Exhibition: Conference Centre, Accra

The Global Diaspora conference will be looking at discussions and talks from top thought leaders from the continent on how to take Africa beyond aid and how to mobilise the sleeping giant of the Diaspora.

Speakers:

H.E. President Nana Akuffo Addo

Samia Nkrumah – Political activist

Reggie Yates – BBC TV broadcaster

Ama K Abebrese – Actress

Chaka Bars – I Heart Africa

Fuse ODG – Artist

On the 4th January 2019 – TINA Music Festival: Round Pavilion, Trade Fair, Accra

Artists performing:

Fuse ODG,

Sarkodie,

Stefflon Don,

Joey B,

Lethal Bizzle

plus more to TBA soon.

For more information: www.tinafestival.com

Citizen Kwadwo

I am political enthusiast and also writes on entertainment for Ghanashowbiz.com which is has a large following. I collaborates with the top artists in the country to promote their good contributions to the entertainment industry as well as write on any broken news in the political world.

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