Charter House Promises Patrons Better Music Awards This Year
Charter House, organizer of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, has promised patrons who will attend this year's awards slated for April 14 at the Accra International Conference Centre that it would better with lots of packages.
BEATWAVES gathered that a lot has been added to make the event a rich and unforgettable experience with some selected top music icons.
Patrons who will witness the 19 artistes receive various awards will be treated to an open bar with an assortment of drinks, cocktails as well as wines and other alcoholic beverages for free.
The organizers have promised patrons of excellent performances from some of the best artistes from Ghana, as well as guest performances from ace musicians from South Africa, Angola and Nigeria.
According to the organizers, the auditorium of the Dome will be changed to accommodate the elaborate stage production that the organizers will be constructing, while the lighting and sound concerns of patrons seem to have taken top priority as the production team tries to transcend the many challenges that the venue presents.
They will create an enabling environment to enable patrons to feel very comfortable throughout the night. The sitting arrangements, according to the organizers, would be done to meet international standards. There will be red carpet treatment for all those with VIP tickets and the nominees, and the after party will take place at the Aphrodisiac Night Club.
The night will witness historic live performances from 16 stars across the continent who have promised to turn the venue upside down with their stage craft and dancing skills.
Double HP rocks the mic with Carbo Snoop, Brymo, Ice Prince, Jesse Jagz and MI. Others are Buk Bak, Guru, 4×4, Kwaw Kese, Trigmatic and Edem.
The rest are the rapperholic Sarkodie, Ben Brako, Efya, Kaki, Irene Logan, Asem and Kwabena Kwabena.
Before the main event on Saturday April 14, there will be an industrial awards night on Easter Monday, April 9 at the lobby of the Accra International Conference Centre, during which some of the stakeholders will be rewarded for their contribution towards the progress of the music industry.
The industry awards ceremony, which will witness performances from eight music stars is strictly by invitation and the event is an elaborate dinner night that will attract a cross section of industry professionals. A total of 11 categories will be rewarded.
Artistes to perform at the industrial awards include Okyeame Kwame & Bertha, Blakk Rasta, Paulina Oduro, Diana Hamilton, George Darko and Felix Owusu.
By George Clifford Owusu