The 2019 African Legends Night draws near with headline artistes preparing towards the night of 28th September at the Grand Arena Dome, Accra International Conference Centre (AICC).
Mr. Music Man, Kojo Antwi and Highlife crooner, Ofori Amponsah, have shown their excitement and readiness to rock audience to their unlimited danceable tunes. The two superstars have been rehearsing with their respective music bands regularly in order to clear their throat and voice, position the flow of songs to perform as well as planning ways to engage audience on the dance floor.
“Ready to raise your vibrations? The greatest night of legendary tunes is coming to Accra. Come to the Grande Arena Dome, AICC and experience an unforgettable night. You don’t wanna be left out,” Kojo Antwi told his fans in a tweet.
The Ghanaian duo will be performing alongside Nigeria’s 2Baba 2Face and Awilo Longomba, the soukous Congolese superstar.
According to Afropop singer 2Face, he is getting ready and has started warming himself up for the 8th edition of African Legends Night, promising to give audience an unforgettable experience.
“I want to tell Ghanaians to get ready for the show. Put on your dancing shoes and let’s enjoy the night together. I love Ghana and I want to do this for Ghana with all the love from my heart. Don’t miss it. It will be a night you will never forget,” said Awilo.
This year’s African Legends Night promises to be an unforgettable night as all the headline performers have asserted and tickets which are going for GHc200 regular and GHc350 VIP have officially been released for purchase at all outlets such as Airport Shell, Koala- Osu, Shell Tema Comm. 11, Silverbird Cinemas, Baatsonaa Total and Global Media Alliance Offices. Organizers have also made plans for special table reservations for audience.
African Legends Night recognizes and celebrates living African music greats who have put the continent’s music on the global map.
The event has over the years celebrated legends such as the Late Hugh Masekela of South Africa, Femi Kuti of Nigeria, Freddy Meiway of Ivory Coast, Kanda Bongo Man of Congo, Yvonne Chaka Chaka of South Africa, Ghanaian legends Amakye Dede, George Darko, Ben Brako among others.