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VIP, Wizkid, Jeremih, Patra and More Artists To Perform At Sponsor One Foundation Event.

By Newspitter




Tickets for one of the biggest and anticipated events of this summer officially went on sale as of 7/11/12. If you have not bought yours yet, you may do so here : CLICK TO PURCHASE A TICKET.

As stated before in a previous article it is going to be a star studded event which performers with the show being headlined with Wizkid.

Other performers include V.I.P, R&B singer Jeremih,Saran Kaba Jones (Face Africa), Reggae legend Patra, Nigerian Singer Munnah, Antrelle Rolle (New York Giants), Ken Griffey JR, Peter G, Saga AP and a new addition to the roster, the Moga Band. Music will be played by one of Boston's hottest and finest DJ Kid-Afrik.

Newspitter is proud to be a partner for this event so why not come out and celebrate Liberia's Independence and also help support a good cause? There is expected to be 4,000+ people in attendance so grab your ticket while they are still available!

Here are some of the artist you are going to see perform:

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