Pick up Ghana@54 O2 tickets now from Alordia Promotions for what promises to be one of the highlight live music events of 2011 with Castro, Asamoah Gyan, 5five, Iwan and the Tessa Cultural Troupe.
Ghanaians based in UK and in the diaspora will be able to see all these Ghanaian artistes for an exclusive set at the O2 Arena (Indigo O2 section).
Ever since 5Five dropped their new joint, 'Move Back', they ain't looking back. The Adabraka boys made up of Papi, Killy and Gyino have issued a statement to the UK musicians on the bill that they should move back.
Since its the birthday of Ghana, there will be a cultural display by the Tessa Cultural Troupe led by their leader Emmanuel Ampofo
Castro is one musician who doesn't have to trumpet his own skills. Everyone else blows his horn, but his comes natural and this time will be performing with Sunderland's new signing record holder turned musician Asamoah Gyan. Castro will be accompanied by his dancers; Perpetual Ama Yankey, Sampson Kyei aka Skido and Solomon Nii Lantey Mills aka Tuyeme.
The world's hottest and most sought after acts have all performed on the O2 stage; Bon Jovi, Justin Timberlake, Scissor Sisters, Prince, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Take That and more.
So if you’d like to hear the best from UK acts plus Eddie Kadie performing live at the O2 Arena at what promises to be one of the biggest events of 2011, grab some tickets and head for INDIGO 02, PENINSULA SQUARE, LONDON SE10 0AX.
Its gonna be a 'long tin' on 5th March as the gates open at 9pm, show starts at 10pm sharp. Ticket rates are £15, show and after party £25, VIP and Greet £50. Tickets could be purchase online early at http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/event/12004634D48E5499?artistid=1093139&majorcatid=10001&minorcatid=5
The show is also supported by Abrantee, Westcoast and Choice FM.
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